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Counseling offers support to non-tradional students

by Sarah Carmichael Non-traditional students could benefit from attending the free and confidential meetings of the Adult Conversations Non-traditional Support Group. Kristy Stokes, a counselor at the counseling services center,…

Delta Sigma Theta spreads news on HIV and AIDS

by Brenda Lepenski Kappa Chi Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. spread awareness to stop the spread of HIV and AIDS through their second annual HIV and AIDS Vigil,…

IFC votes in Acacia Fraternity

by Brenda Lepenski Currently at Tech there are nine fraternities that are part of the Interfraternity Council. Last Monday, members decided to make that number ten by voting to bring…

UL System first in Voluntary System of Accountability

by Jennifer Eddington The University of Louisiana System became the first in the country to sign up for the Voluntary System of Accountability Dec. 11, a program which creators hope…

ACTS held bilingual mass

by Lamesa Furlow In honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Association of Catholic Tech Students held a bilingual mass at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, located at 810 Carey…

Boston Brass brings Christmas in tune

by Heather Small Students were entertained with the spirit of Christmas at 7:30 p.m. last Tuesday as the Louisiana Tech Concert Association presented Boston Brass and the Brass All-Stars Big…

Culture room aids toxicology research

by Casey Ardoin Lance Schuler, an assistant professor of biology, has begun a project to research aquatic species and their responses to environmental chemicals. A controlled environment area on the…

Tech alumnus leads Colorado church through recent tragedy

by Taylor Aswell Brady Boyd, a 1989 Tech graduate and currently the senior pastor of New Life Church in Colorado Springs, Colo., recently made the news as a gunman attacked…

Thibodeaux takes crown, begins reign as Miss Tech

by Lyndsey Lovelady As the curtain fell on the 2007 Miss Tech Pageant last Thursday, one young lady walked away with a glittering addition to her jewelry box. Lacy Thibodeaux,…

COE bids Dauzat farewell

by Richard Wolfe Students and teachers in the College of Education will be looking to a new face for leadership next year. Jo Ann Dauzat, dean of the College of…

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