The latest alumni publications.

Money Mayday book cover with brown arm holding flag.

Money Mayday: 7 Steps to Cleaning Up Your Money Mess (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform), by Dana S. Branham (B.B.A. ’95) , shares lessons that Branham learned through her career as a...

Money Mayday: 7 Steps to Cleaning Up Your Money Mess
Primary & Secondary Education in Sierra Leone book cover showing a picture of a mountainous sunset.

Primary & Secondary Education in Sierra Leone: Evaluation of >50 Years of Practices and Policies (Sierra Leonean Writers Series), by Ebenezer “Solo” Collier (Ed.D. ’08) , gives details of...

Primary & Secondary Education in Sierra Leone: Evaluation of >50 Years of Practices and Policies
Grandma Julia Book Cover with old photography of woman holding child's hands.

Grandma Julia (Telemachus Press LLC), by Ann Y. Tyler (B.F.A. ’61, M.A. ’76) , recounts the life of Grandma Julia. A woman who raised 10 children, Julia Mae Jones Eastman was fervently determined...

Grandma Julia
How to Pay for College When You’re Broke! book cover with money and a graduation cap in the background.

How to Pay for College When You’re Broke! The Ultimate Guide for Students and Families to Finance a Post-secondary Education (College Gurl), by Jessica L. Brown (B.A. ’12) , reveals a variety of...

How to Pay for College When You’re Broke! The Ultimate Guide for Students and Families to Finance a Post-secondary Education
Fitness Dawgs Book Cover

Introducing the Fitness DAWGS (FitnessDAWGS LLC), by Kim Evans (B.A. ’78) and Addie Briggs (B.A. ’92) , aims to reduce childhood obesity through educating children about the ways that diet and...

Introducing the Fitness DAWGS

From the Banana Zones to the Big Easy: West Indian and Central American Immigration to New Orleans, 1910-1940 (LSU Press) by Glenn A. Chambers (M.A. ’02, Ph.D. ’06) , focuses on the immigration...

From the Banana Zones to the Big Easy: West Indian and Central American Immigration to New Orleans, 1910-1940

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