The campus is located adjacent to the Pontchartrain Park neighborhood of the Upper Ninth Ward of New Orleans. Like most of the city, the campus experienced flooding in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. None the less, with significant repairs and cleanup, the University is schedualed to reopen in January of 2006. The 9th ward is a highly distinctive region in New Orleans, Louisiana that is located in the eastern downriver portion of the city. ... Wikinews has news related to this article: Category:New Orleans Disaster Disaster recovery American Red Cross: Official donation site www. ... 2005 (MMV) is a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ...
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NewOrleans is a Southern city known for its multicultural heritage (especially French, Spanish and African American influences) and its music and cuisine.
NewOrleans is well known for its Creole culture and the persistence of Voodoo practice by a few of its residents, as well as for its music, food, architecture, and spirit of celebration.
The NewOrleans Union Passenger Terminal is the central rail depot, and it is served by three trains: the Crescent to New York City, the City of NewOrleans to Chicago, Illinois, and the Sunset Limited from Orlando to Los Angeles.
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