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Just the beginning

Only those who were exceptionally satisfied with their college experiences will say the best time of your life will be the time spent in college. Although I can confidently say…

Summer is not slowing down

Summers in Ruston can make you or break you.Some of my closest friends have spent previous summers here, and I’ve heard mixed reactions from each of them. One person will…

Grammer declining in society

“Ignorant people think it’s the noise which fighting cats make that is so aggravating, but it ain’t so; it’s the sickening grammar they use.”– Mark Twain People judge us everyday,…

Tech graduate receives world’s first degree in nanosystems

by Sarah Carmichael After graduating from Tech this spring, Josh Brown became the first person in the world to receive a bachelor’s degree in nanosystems engineering. The nanosystems degree was…

Homecoming queen touched the lives of many

by Elizabeth DeGrie Courtney Scott McGuffee, a recent elementary education graduate, inspired respect, love and admiration in peers, friends, family and the students she taught, Caleb Smith, top escort to…

UL Review proves positive

by Ines Shahien University of Louisiana System released an overall positive institutional review of Tech on May 30. A team of national educational specialists, led by James Fisher, an educational…

ROTC prepares future leaders through summer camp

by Richard Wolfe Tech hosted Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Summer Leadership School 2007 June 16-23. Cadet Col. Aaron Beebe, a 22-year-old Tech ROTC cadet and a senior aviation management…

Civil War journal preserved

by Tina Marie Alvarenga Tech President Emeritus F. Jay Taylor has donated a journal documenting Civil War combat through the eyes of Robert Patrick, who served as a clerk in…

Field day takes students for a roll in the hay

by Lacy Patton Goldman Equipment sponsored this year’s Bermuda grass field day June 12 on South Campus. Bermuda grass is a type of grass grown in the South. Kevin Flattmann,…

IVR class benefits researchers, students

by Jennifer Eddignton This summer Tech’s Innovative Venture Research class is offering students from high school to graduate school level hands-on experience in the real world marketplace and experience with…

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