Southern University

President William McKinley speaks at Southern University in New Orleans, 1901.
P.B.S. Pinchback Engineering Building
Smith-Brown Memorial Union
Southern University athletics logo
The Human Jukebox
This sign remains near Lacumba's campus home

Not to be confused with Southern University College, Texas Southern University or Sewanee: The University of the South.

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Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Capital of the U.S. state of Louisiana.

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A map of Baton Rouge in 1863
Baton Rouge as viewed from the International Space Station in May 2011, looking west
A map of racial distribution in Baton Rouge, 2010 U.S. census. Each dot is 25 people:
The former CB&I local office on Essen Lane, a commercial office corridor
The ExxonMobil oil refinery seen from the capitol tower
Raising Cane's Baton Rouge River Center in Downtown
Shaw Center for the Arts in Downtown
Spanish Town Mardi Gras parade, 2010
Miss Louisiana USA Brittany Guidry, Miss USA 2014, Preliminary Evening Gown Competition
USS Kidd, located downtown on the river, is part of the Louisiana Naval Museum.
Nottoway Plantation located near White Castle, 26 mi south of Baton Rouge
A map of East Baton Rouge Parish districts
A map of Baton Rouge City Council partisanship
Memorial Tower at Louisiana State University
F. G. Clark Activity Center at Southern University
The State Library of Louisiana in Baton Rouge
The Advocate office in Baton Rouge, 2012
Ochsner Medical Center
Horace Wilkinson Bridge I-10
Huey P. Long Bridge
Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport drop off lane

It is also the location of Southern University, the flagship institution of the Southern University System, the nation's only historically black college system.

Southwestern Athletic Conference

Collegiate athletic conference headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, which is made up of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in the Southern United States.

A medal podium at the 2021 SWAC Outdoor Track and Field Championship

Southern University entered the ranks in 1934, followed by Arkansas AM&N (now the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff) in 1936 and Texas Southern University in 1954.

Southern Jaguars and Lady Jaguars

The Southern Jaguars and Lady Jaguars represent Southern University in NCAA intercollegiate athletics.

Grambling State University

Public historically black university in Grambling, Louisiana.

Bust of Charles P. Adams, the founder and first president of Grambling State University
GSU athletics logo
The World Famed Tiger Marching Band performing at the 2019 State Fair Classic
Grambling State University campus in Grambling in Lincoln Parish west of Ruston, Louisiana, U.S.
The President's Home at Grambling State University is particularly elegant and stately.
Favrot Student Building at Grambling
Fredrick C. Hobdy Assembly Center
Eddie G. Robinson Museum

Grambling State's most notable rivals are their south Louisiana foe Southern, Prairie View A&M, Jackson State, and Alcorn State.

Southern University System

System of public historically black universities in the U.S. state of Louisiana.

Cheyney University was founded in 1837 as the Institute for Colored Youth, making it the oldest HBCU in the nation

Its headquarters are at the Joseph Samuel Clark Administration Building on the Southern University campus in Baton Rouge.

Southern University at New Orleans

Not to be confused with Southern University College or Southern University

Southern University was founded in New Orleans in 1880 and moved out of the city in 1914 due to logistical concerns as well as pressure from its White neighbors.

P. B. S. Pinchback

American publisher, politician, and Union Army officer.

Pinchback served as a delegate to the 1879 Louisiana constitutional convention, where he helped gain support for the founding of Southern University.

East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana

Most populous parish in the U.S. state of Louisiana.

Baton Rouge Governmental Building and former Courthouse (St. Louis Street)

Southern University Police Department

Louisiana African American Heritage Trail

Cultural heritage trail with 26 sites designated in 2008 by the state of Louisiana, from New Orleans along the Mississippi River to Baton Rouge and Shreveport, with sites in small towns and plantations also included.

New Orleans African American Museum

Southern University, Baton Rouge;

A. W. Mumford Stadium

A. W. Mumford Stadium is a 28,500-seat multi-purpose stadium on the campus of Southern University in Scotlandville, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.