Women in Power // Geaux Girl

by Jessica Taylor, Features Editor From protecting individuals for the improvement of the community to successful businesses, the women of South Louisiana are an example of the impact empowered women can have in our community. “Women in South Louisiana are powerful because they don’t limit themselves,” says Laura Valenti, professor of marketing at Nicholls State […]

Quintessential Crawfish // Holly Marie’s Seafood

by Sarah Zeringue, Design & Web Editor Editor Holly Marie is not your typical Monday-Friday business owner. She works hands on providing the Mathews and surrounding area’s finest seafood. Whether it’s fresh from the boat or boiled to perfection, she works diligently to provide the community with the best catch. Not only does she serve […]

Serving Her Country // Jennifer Marts

by Jessica Taylor, Features Editor Balancing academic work while being an active member of the United States Army is a task that Nicholls State University Mass Communications student Jennifer Marts has mastered. Protecting our country is one of the things that make the women of South Louisiana so special. The defense of our nation is […]

Women Serving the Bayou // Volunteerism

by Jessica Taylor, Features Editor Service leagues around the United States focus on helping their communities and local businesses. Specifically to South Louisiana, the Thibodaux Service League, Ta-Wa-Si Civic Club, and Femmes Natales are groups comprised of female members that focus on helping local schools, universities, businesses, and the community. Thibodaux Service League Thibodaux Service […]

In Government // Annette Fontana

by Jessica Taylor, Features Editor South Louisiana is not short of powerful women. From police officers to business owners and government officials, the women in Louisiana are taking leadership positions and making a difference in the community. Annette Fontana is one of the brave, all-around southern women whose path to success is inspiring. Fontana works […]