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Auction raises funds for disease

by Jennifer Eddington The Tech chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers hosted “Take a Seat for CF” to benefit Shreveport’s Hillman House, a place families can stay when…

Theater department presents ‘Guided Tour’

by Heather Small Both students and area residents filed into their seats last Thursday in Stone Theatre as the School of Performing Arts presented the first Arthur W. Stone award-winning…

Muslim Students Association hosts ‘Discover Islam’ lecture

by Lamesa Furlow Last Wednesday, the Muslim Students Association hosted a lecture, presented by Dr. Mahmoud Khalil in Davison Hall, Room 213 titled “Discover Islam.” Mohammed Ghouri, MSA president and…

Tech Track continues dominance over nation’s elite

by Taryn E. Lowery The Louisiana Tech Track and Field Team made a statement with their performances at the Tyson Invitational Feb. 15-16 in Fayetteville, Ark., as they hung with…

Tech no exception

Five. Within a week, five school shootings, killing 10 people and wounding 21, have rippled through the U.S. In reality, statistics like these have become all too frequent, with 43…

Looking for America

by Kristin Hodges Slow down. This was the advice of my parents, professors and certain Ruston residents who have known me since I was five years old. Between my class…

Words bring back memories

by Lauren Sowell A random memory from my childhood popped into my head today. My friend Fallyn, whom I grew up across the street from, was having a birthday party.…

Radiothon raises money for research

by Danielle Hammett Patients at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis got a sweet Valentine’s present this year. The Zeta Rho chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, a national women’s…

Political science student lands prestigious internship

by Katie Fontenot Filing papers, answering phones and taking messages are the usual duties of a normal college job, but one student’s internship will be a little different. Beginning in…

Fencing comes to Tech; let the swashbuckling begin

by Taylor Aswell The Maxie Lambright Intramural Sports Center will offer some new classes around the start of spring quarter, and in these classes the sword will be mightier than…