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Delta Sigma Theta hosts AIDs awareness lecture

by Taylor Stephens Louisiana has a population of approximately 4.5 million people, and of that number at least 10 percent have contracted some form of STD since 1996, bringing the…

Chemical engineers attend national convention

by Taylor Stephens Tech’s American Institute for Chemical Engineers traveled to the national AIChE meeting in Nashville, Tenn. Daniel Prego, president of Tech’s AIChE chapter and a junior chemical engineering…

Acacia Clause collects Toys for Tots

by September Denten Acacia Fraternity hosted its first annual Acacia Clause toy drive to benefit the Toys for Tots Foundation in Centennial Plaza over the past two weeks. Toys for…

ISA soccer tournament encourages international interactions

by Quentin Anderson The International Student Association hosted an indoor soccer tournament at the Maxie Lambright Intramural Center on Dec. 10-12. Of the eight teams that participated in the event,…

Kappa Delta Sorority gives back to local children

by Jessica Cassels Kappa Delta Sorority held its annual philanthropy event Dec. 8 alongside the women of Grace Methodist Church and the Louisiana Methodist Children’s Home. The event included games,…

Glory in the Highest tour visits Tech

by Emily LaFleur Leading contemporary Christian artists performed a number of worship songs and Christmas classics for students and the Ruston community Sunday night, Dec. 13 in Howard Auditorium, Center…

Christmas parade decorates downtown Ruston

by Emily LaFleur Tech students and the Ruston community gathered together to celebrate Christmas Friday night, Dec. 11., as the Christmas Parade strolled onto West Alabama Avenue and continued downtown.…

Tech Green Action focuses on wetland conservation

by Ashley Dison Tech Green Action will concentrate its attention on wetland restoration this quarter and will continue its fundraiser of recycling old cell phones and ink cartridges for a…

Tech military students concerned about call for 30,000 US troops

by Quentin Anderson Tech students like Grayson Close, a junior electrical engineering major and the brother of a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army, were unnerved by President Obama’s…

Ag students auction poinsettias

by September Denton The department of agricultural sciences hosted the seventh annual poinsettia auction in Lomax Hall Dec. 3 and raised $4,925 for its scholarship fund. The auction included 31…

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