Lagniappe (yearbook)

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Format Print (Hardback)
Owner(s) Louisiana Tech University
Founded 1905
Headquarters Ruston, Louisiana
 United States

Lagniappe is Louisiana Tech's official student yearbook. The Lagniappe, which literally means "something extra" was first published in 1905 and has been published every year since except for 1913–1921 and 1926.[1] The yearbook's annual release date is around the last week of the regular school year in the middle of May. The Lagniappe was recognized in May 2011 as "First Class" by the Associated Collegiate Press and as one of the top 2 percent of high school and collegiate yearbooks by Balfour Publishing's "The Yearbook's Yearbook". Mary May Brown, the recently retired faculty adviser of the Lagniappe for 23 years was named the Collegiate Publications Adviser of the Year by the Louisiana Press Women in 2011.


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