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NSBE leads march, helps promote education

by Donyelle Davis Tech’s National Society of Black Engineers held its fourth annual “Walk for Education” April 25 in New Orleans. The “Walk for Education” is an outreach program that…

Fraternities and Sororities celebrate Greek life

by David Awalt Greek Week kicked off at 11 a.m. Sunday, April 19 at First Baptist- Ruston with a worship service and a luncheon. Leigh Myers, Panhellinic president and a…

Tech gives pints, saves lives

by Tina Marie Alvarenga Students and faculty joined together to save lives in Tolliver Hall April 21-23 by donating blood for the annual blood drive hosted by Lifeshare Blood Center.…

Five homeruns highlight Bulldogs series split

by Kevin Sims Big hits and stingy pitching helped Tech rally back to split the four-game series against Sacramento State University in Sacramento, Calif., over the weekend.With the split, Tech…

‘Cool’ concert rocks the TAC

by Eboni Jaggers The Cool Kids brought a cool breeze to the Thomas Assembly Center April 23 during Union Board’s annual spring concert.Opening the show were California natives Thriving Ivory…

2009 NFL Draft falls flat for millions of sports fans

by Justin Phillips And the first pick of the 2009 NFL Draft is… Right at that very moment on Saturday afternoon is when I should have changed the channel. Unfortunately,…

Seniors bid final fairwell in San Jose sweep

by Angela Groce For the four seniors on the Lady Techsters softball team, the sweep over San Jose State could not have been any sweeter in Ruston over the weekend.…

ATO walks for funds, member’s mother

by David Awalt Alpha Tau Omega hosted the Pamela H. Watson Ovarian Cancer Walk Saturday at Tech’s track, raising money and awareness for ovarian cancer. The walk was in remembrance…

Ladies take lead at BCM

by Tina Marie Alvarenga TWIRP week, which stands for “The Woman Is Required to Pay,” was hosted by Baptist Collegiate Ministry April 21-25. Amanda LaBorde, a member of the BCM…

Shakespeare exits stage, enters garden

by Kathleen Duncan “All the world is a stage and all the men and women merely players,” William Shakespeare said. That was the theme of the Sigma Tau Delta’s Shakespeare…

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