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      • Baton Rouge, United States (64)
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      • Stadiums (6)
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      • South Baton Rouge, Oak Hills Place, United States (1)
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      Tiger StadiumMarch 29, 2012
      Football
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      During home games, Tiger Stadium becomes the fifth largest city in the state of Louisiana as over 92,000 fans pack the cathedral of college football to watch the Tigers play.

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      LSU - Parade GroundMarch 29, 2012
      Field
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      This open, grassy field is a place where students lounge and engage in outdoor activities. University activities also happen here.

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      LSU - QuadrangleMarch 29, 2012
      Quad
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      Located in the heart of campus, the "Quad" is a courtyard, surrounded by the library, the Dodson Fountain, and several buildings. The trees and landscaping are beautiful, especially in the spring.

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      Troy H. Middleton LibraryMarch 29, 2012
      Library
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      This is the main library for the university. It offers students and faculty strong support for instruction and research.

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      LSU - Student UnionMarch 29, 2012
      Student Center
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      The Student Union is home to many shops, eateries, and offices. It also serves as a meeting place for the LSU community and the general public. Read more

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      LSU - Foster HallJuly 11, 2011
      Lab
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      The LSU Museum of Natural Science, housed in Foster Hall, is one of the largest museums of its kind in the U.S. It contains more than 2.5 million specimens on site.

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      Jack & Priscilla Andonie MuseumApril 26, 2011
      Museum
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      The Andonie Museum tells the story of LSU Athletics. LSU has been the home to hundreds of great athletes and other star performers.

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      LSU - Peabody HallApril 18, 2011
      Academic Building
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      Established as a college in 1908, the College of Education has an average of more than 1,100 undergraduate and 400 graduate students pursuing a variety of degrees.

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      LSU - Thomas D. Boyd HallApril 18, 2011
      Administrative Building
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      The Office of Bursar Operations (OBO) is the primary service unit for managing students' financial records and needs.

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      LSU - Art & Design BuildingApril 18, 2011
      Arts
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      The LSU School of Art combines the best of both worlds: the resources and faculty of a large liberal arts institution with the personal attention that comes in a close-knit community.

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      LSU - Atkinson HallApril 18, 2011
      Academic Building
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      Atkinson Hall houses the LSU School of Architecture. The five-year undergraduate program includes the areas of management, humanities, technology, and graphic communication.

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      LSU - Martin D. Woodin HallApril 18, 2011
      Science
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      The Agriculture Administration Building is home to the LSU College of Agriculture. While its mission has evolved over the last century, the commitment to agricultural production remains strong.

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      French HouseMarch 30, 2011
      Academic Building
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      The French House is home to the LSU Honors College. It offers a dynamic learning community by combining academic, residential and social elements.

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      LSU - Pete Maravich Assembly Center (PMAC)March 29, 2011
      Basketball Court
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      During the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the PMAC was an 800-bed medical facility. It was the largest acute-care field hospital ever created in U.S. history.

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      LSU - Alex Box StadiumMarch 3, 2011
      Baseball
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      LSU uses a contra-flow system for cars exiting the lots on Gourrier Avenue after games. It is important for fans to follow the direction of police officers.

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      Greek TheaterFebruary 24, 2011
      Performing Arts
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      When the weather is nice, this is a great place to study, meet friends or take a load off.

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      LSU - Baton Rouge CampusFebruary 23, 2011
      Education
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      In March, the caterpillars come out. They're called forest tent caterpillars, and they love to munch on live oak leaves.

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      LSU - QuadrangleFebruary 23, 2011
      Quad
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      In March, the caterpillars come out. They're called forest tent caterpillars, and they love to munch on live oak leaves.

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      Barnes & NobleFebruary 16, 2011
      Bookstore
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      The bookstore has your Tiger spirit and gift needs covered. Apparel, window stickers, nick-nacks... You name it.

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      Hilltop ArboretumFebruary 15, 2011
      Other Outdoors
      • Baton Rouge, United States

      The Hilltop Arboretum: Fourteen extraordinarily beautiful acres in Baton Rouge showcase an extensive collection of Louisiana native trees and shrubs.

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