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Food drive helps local charity

by Katie Fontenot Campus organizations have the opportunity to give more than Christmas presents this year.Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society is sponsoring a canned food drive competition that began…

Young LEGO leaguers engineer success

by Richard Wolfe Two professors of engineering sponsored two groups of elementary students in a state-level research and robotics competition in New Orleans Dec. 1. Hisham Hegab, an associate professor…

Students battle for prizes, title in KLPI tournament

by Heather Small Students who ventured into the Student Center from noon until 5:30 p.m. last Thursday were surrounded by thunderous rock music coming from the tournament being held inside.…

New restaurant gives Ruston gumbo

by Lyndsey Lovelady Tech faculty members have ambitions that reach beyond campus borders, opening their own businesses and following their own recipes for success. Beth Free, pre-award coordinator of university…

Photography professor is example to all

by Elizabeth Degrie Art professors are required to keep their hand in the workforce, always developing their craft and furthering their personal careers. Throughout the month of November, Frank Hamrick,…

Student show in community creates opportunities

by Elizabeth Degrie November’s holiday art show throughout downtown Ruston had artists displaying their work all over town. Included in this rush of exhibitions was a trio of Tech art…

Tragedies bring suicide awareness

by Taylor Aswell According to a 2004 study by The American Association of Suicidology, suicide is the third leading killer for people ages 15-24. In the past 60 years, the…

Book sale raises awareness, money

by Katie Fontenot While waiting in line at Java City for a tall caramel macchiato last week, some students might have noticed something else besides the usual eating and mingling.…

Faculty concert series holds third installment

by Heather Small The third faculty concert of the 2007-2008 season was presented at 7:30 p.m. last Tuesday in Howard Auditorium, Center for the Performing Arts. The department of music…

Local artists have new outlet in Ruston

by Jennifer Eddington By the Alley, an art and gift shop, had its grand opening last Saturday in Downtown Ruston, displaying well-known prints and hand-made gifts as well as showcasing…

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