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Knocking down pins with senior bowler LaKeya Smith

by Justin Phillips Tech’s women’s bowling program began four years ago. LaKeya Smith, a graduate student of marketing, is one of six women to be a member of the women’s…

Bulldogs fall to Wolfpack

by Taryn E. Lowery The Bulldogs were walking hard at the beginning of their match-up against the Nevada Wolfpack Saturday night. In the fist half, the Bulldogs played extremely well,…

All-knowing or informational speed bump? Faculty speaks out on site’s credibility

by Heather Small Who is Jimmy Wales? When presented with such a random question, most people would turn to the popular encyclopedia on the Web, Wikipedia. However, to answer the…

Easy surfing: Students find variety of uses for Wikipedia

by Jennifer Eddington Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia has proliferated across campuses as a place for students to access free, constantly updated information. Nick Holland, a senior electrical engineering major, said…

Living, loving life to the fullest

by Staci Parks We’re not promised tomorrow, although we all live like tomorrow is dispensable. I’m guilty; we’re all guilty. After all, most of us are 19 to 22 and…

Architecture students help clean up clearcut

by Katie Fontenot When several acres located on Barnett Springs Avenue in Ruston were clear-cut in December, Alexis Wreden, an associate professor of architecture, wanted to help alleviate some of…

Students, faculty collect change for cancer cures

by Richard Wolfe Students, teachers and children are uniting to fight cancer. Students and faculty from A. E. Phillips Laboratory School and Gamma Beta Phi honor society will collaborate on…

Paul visits Shreveport, rallies support from citizens, students

by Lyndsey Lovelady Presidential candidate Ron Paul met with some of his campaign supporters, including several Tech students, Jan. 21 in Shreveport to discuss his platform for presidency. Lauren Jones,…

SGA to host meal

by Taylor Aswell SGA will be honoring those students who passed away this school year by serving breakfast to Tech students and the residents of Ruston. From 8-10 a.m. Feb.…

COES awards distinguished alumni at annual banquet

by Danielle Hammett Distinguished alumni of the College of Engineering and Science received awards at the second annual alumni ceremony Friday in the Biomedical Engineering Building. The Engineering and Science…

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