CAMPUS NEWS: NOVEMBER 15, 2022

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

Alumna Chloé Duplessis: Artist, Consultant Urges Others ‘Create Your Own Story’

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University of New Orleans alumna Chloé Duplessis, who is legally blind, recently created the first-ever visually accessible “I voted” sticker for the City of Denver.

University of New Orleans alumna Chloé Duplessis, who is legally blind, recently created the first-ever visually accessible “I voted” sticker for the City of Denver.

Whitney Plantation Museum is a historic site and memorial located in Wallace, Louisiana in St. John the Baptist Parish. The museum is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the history of slavery and its legacies and educates the public through tours, exhibits and programming. February 1, 2023
Exhibiting Resistance: Freedom on the Move at Whitney Plantation Museum
University of New Orleans history professor Mary Niall Mitchell, who is director of the   Read more
UNO professor James Roe (white jacket) talks with film students during a color correction class held in one of the upgraded computer finishing suites. Roe was the principal investigator for a state grant that funded upgrades. January 27, 2023
UNO’s Film Program Gets ‘World-Class’ Upgrades With Help From $172K State Grant
The eclectic room that University of New Orleans computer and film equipment technician Aaron Rushin shows to visitors used to be a storage cl  Read more