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How Hurricane Katrina Changed a Village Called Versailles

By Megan Kroger After being refugees of the Vietnam War, many Vietnamese residents of Versailles, in New Orleans East, already knew a thing or two about government discrimination and the need to endure. By the time Hurricane Katrina hit, those … Continue reading

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“Interview with the Vampire”: New Orleans as the Ideal Location for Vampires

By Megan Kroger Vibrant, awake, alive even, are all terms frequently associated with the stereotypical visit to New Orleans. From everyday life to its festivals, it is a city deeply rooted in tradition and remembrance. It has to been seen … Continue reading

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William Faulkner and the Influence of New Orleans

By: Megan Kroger William Faulkner is known world-wide for bringing the questions of his time to the forefront of everyone’s mind. Controversy in the South was prominent and Faulkner was an expert, being from Mississippi himself. Even though he spent … Continue reading

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