The Manship School’s recent renovation brings together the best of old and new. Elements of the historic old building, including doors, hardware and building materials, were integrated into the new design. The latest video, broadcast and computer equipment let students and faculty make the most of technology. At the heart of the building is the Holliday Forum, which sits under a 2-story rotunda. The Forum also showcases two original art works, "Media Kaleidoscope" and “Yes, But. . .”.
The recent renovation of the Journalism Building incorporates the latest video, broadcast
and computer technology with the rich traditions of the school.
TV studio and control room
A professional grade, $1.5 million studio and control room for classes and student media includes a virtual set, green-screen technology and advanced editing and production capabilities.
Lounge area and meeting space with moveable furniture, satellite capability, Internet access and more that hosts everything from informal student meetings to professional presentations to community meetings. Reserve the Holliday Forum.
Classrooms and computer labs
Multimedia classrooms and computer labs with computer projection systems, online access, a full suite of writing and graphics software and workstations for every student in writing and other skills classes.
The Manship School's four computer labs support the latest software.
Technology and production equipment to support LSU’s student-run Daily Reveille newspaper, Tiger TV television station, KLSU radio station, Gumbo yearbook and Legacy magazine.