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JROTC provides leadership training

by Ka’Britney Forch High school students from six states and 33 schools overtook the Ruston community this summer in preparation to become leaders in all aspects of life. The Junior…

New play area to be greener, safer for kids

by Victoria Perkins The Early Childhood Education Center plans to enlist the help of architecture students to build a safer, more eco-friendly playground by the beginning of Fall Quarter 2009.…

Tech hosts cyber security workshop

by Eboni Jaggers The Center for Secure Cyberspace (CSC), a joint effort of Louisiana Tech and Louisiana State University hosted the second Annual Cyberspace Research Workshop, “Cyber Security in the…

Travelers explore foreign lands, languages

by Taylor Stephens Twenty-nine students will travel in three different programs to three different foreign nations to enrich their already basic knowledge of another culture. The programs began May 31…

Harris receives national award

by Jordan White Quin Harris, Louisiana Tech alumnus and former linebacker for the Tech football team, was recently inducted into the National Football Foundation’s 2009 Hampshire Honor Society for his…

Students develop ‘green’ school

by Samantha Horn Three architecture students have partnered with Sankofa Vision, Inc. , to design and construct a new green community school for the city of Shreveport. The students, Alyssa…

Community focuses on CORE recycling values in Ruston

by Taylor Stephens Adrienne Hooker, an associate professor of art, has gone from concerned citizen to group leader for the green movement in Ruston. Hooker said she began a student…

Orientation 2009 begins with a bark

by Ka’Britney Forch Summer orientation kicked off with a parade of new students and their families Sept. 15. Parent and Tech alumna Rebecca Andrews said she couldn’t think of any…

Nursing professors help fellow nurses in Iraq

by Taylor Stephens Nursing professors will be collecting personal items to send to nurses serving in Iraq now through July 13. Norlyn Hyde, a nursing professor, is leading the drive.…

Campus attire

by Taylor Stepens and Victoria Perkins For some, deciding what to wear can be one of the most important decisions of the day; for others no more thought is placed…

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