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Return to Rapture in ‘Bioshock 2’

by Robert Wilson Ten years have passed since Jack escaped the underwater dystopia of Rapture in “Bioshock.” Now, 2K Games is returning to the deep and dark in the follow-up…

CUTTING BACK

by Taylor Stephens The president of the University of Louisiana System has discovered that every $1 invested in the UL System by the state yields an $8 return, which shows…

Bulldogs win bracketbuster 70-67

by Sarah Brown Bracket or bust, and bracket bust they did.The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs defeated the Northeastern Huskies last Saturday 70-67 in ESPN’s Bracketbuster game in front of over 4,440…

Fifth-year senior Ross Jenkins arrested for DWI

by Angela Groce Louisiana Tech’s fith-year senior quarterback Ross Jenkins was arrested on February 8 by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries agents. They stopped his vehicle while working…

Bulldogs start 2-1

by Angela Groce Last year is over.A new Bulldogs squad was in full swing over the weekend at Pat Patterson Park as the 2010 college baseball season started. For Tech,…

Techsters softball starts 2010

by Angela Groce The Lady Techster softball team does not know how to start off soft. They hit the season running playing six games in six days to put them…

School of Performing Arts hosts percussion ensemble

by September Denton The School of Performing Arts’ department of music hosted a percussion ensemble concert featuring an array of music and non-music majors performing in Howard Auditorium Center for…

Art and engineering departments work together to form fellowship

by Taylor Stephens The Institute for Micromanufacturing, along with the Center for Biomedical Engineering and Rehabilitation Science, are collaborating with the School of Art to introduce a new dynamic perspective…

Child life instructor elected to CLC board

by September Denton The College of Applied and Natural Sciences’ Anita Pumphrey, an instructor of human ecology, has been an active member of the Child Life Council since 1987 and…

Black History Month sheds new light on US past time

by Jessica Cassels As baseball season begins, Thomas Aiello, a visiting assistant professor of history at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette, spoke Feb. 18 at the Lincoln Parish Public Library on…