David Devaney, Jr. wrote:
I found this that might help locate Daniel. The permalink doesn’t work for me so if it doesn’t work for you then search for “Nursing Homes Relocate Residents” on the page. Gives a number to call to find out about what Nursing Homes from NOLA did. I tried it tonight but no answer.
link to more info
thanks David, hopefullly this can help
if you have more information on teh seltzer family or daniel please contact his fiancee via craig’s list
he’s blogging about it and trying to find everyone he can here: looking for the university of new orleans
CONFINED PETS STILL IN DISASTER AREA
Beginning on September 1, residents who left pets in their homes may call a hot line to leave information about the number of animals, species, and their confined location. As soon as the hotline number is obtained, we will advise the media. WE CANNOT ENTER NEW ORLEANS UNTIL APPROVAL IS GRANTED BY STATE OFFICIALS.
Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts
Texas Southern University is opening its doors to help bring comfort and relief to college students from Louisiana who were affected by Hurricane Katrina.
TSU will admit any student currently enrolled at the institutions affected by the hurricane for the fall 2005 semester. Application fees will be waived and a meeting for interested students will be held on Thursday, September 1, 2005, 10 a.m. to noon in room 243 of Bell Hall. The University will also hire displaced faculty as required.
For more information call 713-313-1059 or 713-313-7071.
Here’s a look at other efforts the University is undertaking to help the displaced students:
Friday, September 2, 2005â€”The Student Government Association and the Pan Hellenic Council is sponsoring $5 Friday: Hurricane Katrina College Student Relief Drive, Friday, September 2, 2005, 11 a.m. in the Student Center Pit. Please bring a $5 donation. Proceeds will be used to help the displaced students.
Ongoingâ€”TSU faculty and staff have been asked to contribute $50 or more in a special fund created to support the relief efforts.
Saturday, September 3, 2005â€”The relief drive continues at Reliant Stadium at the Labor Day Classicâ€”TSU vs. Prairie View. The public is asked to bring $5 and toiletries for the displaced students.
The University is also providing free tickets to the Labor Day Classic for college students and their families housed in area shelters.
via texas southern university
Texas Southern University will open its doors to any student currently enrolled at colleges affected by hurricane Katrina.
Application fees for the fall 2005 semester will be waived and a meeting for interested students will be help Sept. 1 at the Houston university.
Students and faculty at the university have also undertaken several fund-raising activities and has offered free tickets to the Labor Day Classic football game between TSU and Prairie View to college students and their families housed in area shelters
lsu has a contact number up for uno students and faculty:
Temporary office space has been established in the LSU System building in room 127. The telephone number is (225)578-7816.
for more info check this page on the lsu site