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Aramark employee assaulted

by Danielle Cintron A female Aramark employee was attacked by a Ruston man at approximately 10 a.m. April 22 in the Ropp Center parking lot behind the Tech Bookstore. Shamir…

Artistic expression enriches Earth Day

by Emily LaFleur Students, faculty and community members gathered April 21 around the Lady of the Mist to celebrate the Earth and raise awareness about it’s current condition. John Martin,…

Acacia hosts memorial

by Donyelle Davis For the second straight year, Tech’s Chapter of Acacia Fraternity hosted a memorial for Holocaust victims on national Holocaust Remembrance Day at 11 a.m., April 21 in…

From the editor: Tolerance is two-sided

by Meredith Maines Silence couldn’t come at a better time. After the controversy surrounding Miss California Carrie Prejean’s April 19 response to Perez Hilton, everyone could do with a little…

VAC exhibits annual student show

by Amy Olita Displaying the best of the best of student artwork, the School of Art’s annual student show opened April 21 in the Visual Arts Center’s gallery. Jonathan Donehoo,…

Theatre gets a ‘Merry’ twist

by Eboni Jaggers An adapted version of William Shakespeare’s “Merry Wives of Windsor,” written and directed by assistant professor of theater, Paul B. Crook, is underway at the Stone Theatre…

Movie: Earth

by Amaris Bailey At the top of the world, a family of polar bears wakes after a long hibernation. In the deserts of Africa, a herd of elephants are on…

Modern musings: Tangled in my safety net

by Staci Parks Fact: The economy is a very real thing. Working as a copy editor at The News-Star in Monroe, I’m faced daily with the harsh realities and dire…

In our opinion: Teacher shortage looming

In recent news, a study was released stating that within the next 10 years, more than half of the teachers in the United States will retire, leaving the future of…

Two cents saved is two cents earned: An idiots guide to cheap dating

by Cassidy Carson Don’t say the “D” word! By that I mean “dating.” This word can give the most confident people the willies. What was supposed to be a leisurely…