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Delta Sigma Pi helps to spread ‘The Dream’

by Eboni Jaggers Delta Sigma Pi, a professional service fraternity organization for College of Business students, recently teamed up with the Louisiana Center for the Blind to bring hope to…

Road struggles continue for Techsters

by Sapphira Brown A long road trip to Boise, Idaho to face a familiar conference foe in the Boise State Broncos, fatigue from a thrilling overtime victory only two short…

Tech Talk player profiles introduces: Kyle Gibson

by Sapphira Brown Player’s full name: Kyle GibsonHeight /Weight: 6-5, 205Experience: 3 year letterman 2008-2009Team’s leading scorer with 275 points … Averages 14.5 points per game … Shooting 41 percent…

Off Season Athletes: Think they get time off? Think again.

by Kevin Sims Several things were guaranteed during the fall months in Ruston’s small community over the last four years; the sun rises in the morning, the Bulldogs play on…

Athletes Off Season: Think they get time off? Think again.

by Angela Groce Intense weight room training, two-hour soccer workouts and weekly conditioning sessions are usually not an accurate description of kicking back in the offseason, but for sophomore midfielder…

Poet shares stanzas of wisdom

by Caitlin Crawford Harry “H.R.” Stoneback visited Adams Hall’s Parlor Jan. 20 to read his critically acclaimed poetry to Tech students. The News Pulse states that Stoneback, a renowned professor…

On the schedule

Lady Techsters BasketballTechsters Vs. New Mexico StateRustonJan. 30. 7 p.m. Bulldogs BasketballBulldogs Vs. San Jose StateRustonJan. 31, 2 p.m. Womens TennisTechsters Vs. McNeese StateRustonFeb. 1, 10 a.m. BowlingTech InvitationalRustonFeb. 1,…

Indoor track shines in Arkansas

by Kevin Sims Riding fifth place finishes by both 4×400 relay teams, Tech’s indoor track team put up a strong showing at the Arkansas Razorback Invitational Jan. 24 in Fayetteville,…

In Our Opinion

For many Tech students, the countdown to graduation has officially begun. While graduation day may be a few weeks or even months away, the thought of job searching looms miserably…

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, I would like to address a few issues mentioned in last week’s editorial concerning gun rights. While it was rather difficult to discern the main aim of the…