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Wesley Foundation plans trip to Haiti, hopes to aid devastation

by Brock Hummel The Wesley Foundation is organizing a mission trip to Haiti May 23-June 21. The Wesley hopes to send approximately 10-12 people to the country that was destroyed…

Organizations team up, party for Haitian relief

by Amy Olita United African-American Men and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., took fundraising to another level last Thursday night with the “Midnight Jam Fest.” The two organizations joined together…

Arrests made in campus bike thefts, student reports crime

by Ashley Dison As a result of an eyewitness report of thefts of two bicycles Feb. 13 at Park Place Apartments, Tech police have arrested four juveniles and solved the…

Financial planner offers experience, advice

by September Denton A financial planner warned students about the ups and downs of business and offered tips for surviving in the financial world. “There is no such thing as…

Journalism students take top awards at SEJC

by Emily LaFleur The Tech Talk won top awards at the 24th annual Southeast Journalism Conference February 11-13 in Hammond. SEJC is an annual journalism conference in which students from…

FROM THE EDITOR: CBS to blame for controversial ad

by Casey Ardoin If you watched Super Bowl XLIV Sunday night (and based on the fact that 106.5 million people tuned in to make the game the most watched event…

Tucker Commission finalizes board report

by Ashley Dison An official report of recommendations for changes in higher education governance and funding was discussed and approved at a Louisiana Postsecondary Education Review Commission’s conference Feb. 4-5…

FROM THE SPORTS DESK: Superbowl XLIV Champions

by Angela Groce Who Dat Nation has erupted in victorious glee across not only New Orleans but the entire state of Louisiana. We are in a state of black and…

Who Dat fever

by Angela Groce The “Who Dat” fever has struck Ruston.The New Orleans Saints made their first trip to the Super Bowl, and after 43 years of paper bags and mockery…

DASH THIRTY DASH: Racial stereotypes sweep Oscars

by Eboni Jaggers It doesn’t take the month of February for me to think about black history and have chills running down my spine as a result. I don’t need…