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LTCA to spice up concert season

by Brenda Lepenski Louisiana Tech Concert Association will bring Les Violons Du Roy at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Howard Auditorium, Center for Performing Arts. There is $3 charge for students…

Halo 3 event promotes Collegiate Station apartments, entertains

by Justin Phillips Delta Sigma Theta Sorority partnered with Collegiate Station apartments to promote the new apartment complex during a free “Halo 3” gaming event for students from 10 a.m.…

Students gain worldly experience through program

by Elizabeth DeGrie Traveling across the globe and submerging oneself in a different culture for several weeks has had a profound impact on more than academia. This past summer, several…

Atencio shares quest for unknown via course

by Meredith Maines Susie* lives in a haunted house. She blames her husband for two broken windows in her home and names him as the thief of her car keys,…

Late rally defeats Bulldogs

by David McGuirt Four turnovers and three interceptions for the Bulldogs were the deciding factor in Saturday night’s 45-31 loss against Boise State. Senior quarterback Zac Champion threw for 255…

Tech rated ‘least sexually healthy aware college’ in the United States by Trojan

by Lyndsey Lovelady TrojanĀ© Brand Condoms uncovered a troubling truth regarding the lack of sexual education programs available at Tech. TrojanĀ© released its second annual study of American colleges’ and…

D.A.R.T. remembers victims with vigil

by Justin Phillips The Domestic Violence Awareness Month candlelight vigil last Thursday in Wyly Tower Auditorium illuminated the memories of domestic abuse victims and survivors in the Northern Louisiana area…

UB sponsors ‘Bingo Night’

by Brenda Lepenski Chips are on the table, the free spot is loaded and there is only one more number to be called. Bingo. Union Board held Bingo Night in…

Amnesty International meets at Tech, educates students

by Sarah Carmichael The vision projected by Amnesty International, the world’s largest grassroots human rights organization, has recently grabbed some students’ attention and the first Tech chapter has been founded.…

Tech graduate named Entrepreneur of the Year

by Elizabeth DeGrie Tech graduate Marcus Morton, president and co-founder of Network Foundation Technologies, was named the 2007 Entrepreneur of the Year by the Louisiana Business Incubation Association at a…