Making the corporate donation on behalf of AT&T to Ladies for Purple Scholars Foundation representative Ann Eugene is Leo Marsh, left. On hand for the presentation are St. Aug principal Sean Goodwin, second from right, and Lambert Boissiere, Constable of First City Court and St. August alumnus.

AT&T donates monies to help St. Aug students pay for their tuition

The Ladies for Purple Scholars Foundation has received a $5,000 contribution from AT&T to support St. Augustine High School students who may be struggling with

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Delgado’s reputation gets major boost

A recent report published in Community College Week listed Delgado Community College among the nation’s fastest-growing public two-year colleges with enrollments of at least 10,000

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