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Delgado Community College is assisting in the city's post-Katrina recovery and growth by providing a broad range of education that works.
It's been a decade since Hurricane Katrina. We reflect on this milestone anniversary with a look back at how far the program has come.
A look back at the Delgado Community College Baseball program and its recovery, rebirth, and renaissance a decade after Hurricane Katrina.
Day-long panel sessions Aug. 25-28 are focusing on the recovery and future of New Orleans.
Volunteers may register for the Katrina 10 Citywide Day of Service online.
In Recognition of Impact of Volunteerism on Recovery of New Orleans, Mayor Landrieu Calls for 10,000 Volunteers In Week Leading Up to Anniversary
The new LSU teaching hospital, University Medical Center New Orleans, opens its doors to patients August 1, and local health care professionals said it will be great for medical education and will help attract scientists involved in cutting edge medical research.
Delgado Chancellor Joan Davis, along with fellow New Orleans area college leaders (Dillard University, Tulane University, University of New Orleans, Xavier University of Louisiana, Southern University at New Orleans and Loyola University New Orleans), discuss higher education's role in post-Katrina recovery.
To kick off Katrina10 and provide the public and the news media with information on the commemoration, today the City and its partners, including Delgado Community College, launched www.katrina10.org to provide updates and information about the city’s recovery, the challenges currently being tackled and special events that will occur during the Katrina commemoration.
The roots of Melanie Deffendall’s family go deep in New Orleans. Her ancestors arrived in the city in 1721 and generations since have stayed put. Before Katrina hit and the levees broke, she was enjoying a life she established in Gentilly Woods