Indian Mounds ropes removed
Saturday before game
Why? LSU calls it a "tradition."
This tradition is causing concern for those in LSU's Department of Geology and Geophysics who put up the signs.
"All we know is that call came in at 6:30 a.m. this morning to take the ropes down," said Caitlyn McNabb, an anthropology graduate student. "Somebody with a lot of power asked them to take the ropes down after we had the authority to put the ropes up."
While the department was allowed to
keep the signs up, kids took them
down to use for sliding down the
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