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Students changing lives via Habitat for Humanity project

by Tina Marie Alvarenga Fifth-year architecture students have partnered with the North Central Louisiana chapter of Habitat for Humanity to build a house for a family in need. Ashley Mauldin,…

SGA approves preliminary constitution improvements

by Richard Wolfe A draft of a new SGA constitution has been approved by the Student Government Association. The current SGA constitution could be replaced during next year’s fall elections.…

‘Southern Fried Murder’ served up in church

by Tina Marie Alvarenga Murder, mystery and mayhem turned up this weekend as people filled Trinity United Methodist Church for the Wesley Foundation’s dinner theater presentation of “Southern Fried Murder.”…

Professor conducts honors survey

by Lamesa Furlow Donald Kaczvinsky, director of the School of Literature and Language, wrote an article titled, “What is an Honors Student? A Noel Levitz Survey,” which was published in…

LTPA plays paintball to promote cancer awareness among students

by Lauren Sowell The Louisiana Tech Paintball Association held Paintball Against Cancer Saturday at Off Limits Paintball in Haugton. Sean Zhou, president of LTPA and sophomore electrical engineering major, said…

Five Years and Counting:

by Staci Parks March 19 marked the five-year anniversary of the Iraq War, and with the American death toll recently reaching 4,000, opinions of both the war and, consequently, the…

Tech Police Chief Hermes attends crisis management training

by Casey Ardoin Randal Hermes, chief of university police, attended a training course last week in Baton Rouge as part of the University of Louisiana System’s ongoing crisis management training.…

Local engineers speak out

by Heather Small College of Engineering and Science students crowded into Bogard Hall, Room 326 last Wednesday afternoon to listen to a presentation by representatives of Waggoner Engineering, Inc. The…