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Nepalese group performs

by Justin Phillips Deepak Bajracharya, currently the number one music group in Nepal, made an impromptu stop at Tech to perform a medley of its greatest hits at 6 p.m.…

New LTCA season to open with ‘feast for the soul, eye’

by Sallie Rose Hollis The premier Native American performing arts company in the country will open the 2007-2008 Louisiana Tech Concert Association season at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9, in…

Resident Evil: Invasion

by Rebekah Ray They’re everywhere, like a plague. The crickets are in the dorms, Keeny Hall, the Visual Arts Center, Howard, GTM… everywhere. Sometimes they provide comic relief, when you’re…

The open road

by Jess Peregoy There was this moment. I’ll never forget it.I was sitting in the passenger seat of my car, my best friend behind the wheel, as the scenery transitioned…

Another tough break for Techsters

by Amelie Miltenberger What started out as a battle to the finish ended with three losses Thursday night at the Lambright Center as the Louisiana Tech volleyball team (6-13, 1-5…

On-campus dining raises prices, concerns

by Casey Ardoin While many of the food options on campus have stayed relatively the same this year, one thing is different – prices.Prices have been raised in the Student…

Local hot spot closes doors

by Kacey D. Richard Cactus Jack’s, located at 2803 South Service Road West, abruptly closed its doors, leaving its employees with empty pockets last Monday.Kandace Jones, a former waitress and…

‘Halo 3’ breaks records, entertains students

by Lyndsey Lovelady “Halo 3” shattered entertainment release date sales records taking in $170 million in the first 24 hours.Jeff Liner, store manager at For Your Entertainment, said, thanks to…

Soccer squeezes out victory

by David McGuirt Lady Techster’s head soccer coach Kevin Sherry was excited about his team’s 1-0 win over in-state rival McNeese State last Sunday. The Techsters had to suspend two…