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GOOD EATS: From soul food to cultural cuisine, Ruston offers variety for all budgets and occasions

by Jessica Cassels Reasonably priced for a lunch date or a night out, RAW’s sushi and Thai cuisine is bringing a new and sophisticated twist to small-town dining. As one…

MOVIE REVIEW: She’s Out of My League

by Danielle Cintron, Editor If you haven’t already seen “She’s Out of My League” and are expecting it to be something more similar to “American Pie” or “Zack and Miri…

Pho Paris brings Vietnamese flare to Ruston

by Taylor Stephens Tim Nguyen understands what it takes for a restaurant to make it in a college town: great food at a cheap price. This hidden Eden of food…

Benefits of “Blue Light”

by Jessica Cassels Blue Light Café, a hidden gem of the Ruston area, offers top-of-the-line, home-cooked Southern food. Many students have heard of Blue Light Café, but at the same…

Johns Hopkins professor visits Tech

by Ashley Dison A group of Tech students, faculty and local health care professionals gathered in the Institute for Micromanufacturing Monday for a presentation by Nitish Thakor, a researcher and…

DON’T PANIC:My experience with UC

by Robert Wilson Ulcerative colitis. I first heard these words three years ago when my cousin had been rushed to the hospital. He had developed a severe fever and almost…