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Powerlifting program adds 32nd title

by Justin Phillips Despite being an non-sanctioned, non-scholarship sport, the Louisiana Tech powerlifting team has been one of the most successful organizations associated with Tech athletics over the last decade…

WALKING TOWARD THE SUN: New Arizona law on the border line

by Emily LaFleur Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed a bill Friday requiring police to question individuals about their immigration status. This bill is to take effect in late July or…

FROM THE EDITOR: Angola, more than just a prison

by Lance Traweek I had never shaken a murderer’s hand before, but by Monday’s end I had shaken five. After exiting Angola, Louisiana’s maximum security state penitentiary, I rode back…

MISCHIEVOUS ME: Unexpected gift given with larceny

by Kathleen Duncan Society in general has dropped to a new low in my mind, especially after Bill Jordan was robbed of his Apple iPad along with his pinky April…

IN OUR OPINION: Extremists silence ‘South Park’

The pop culture phenomenon “South Park,” created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, long ago cemented its reputation as one of the most offensive and unapologetic shows to ever hit…

Students evacuate after gas leak

by Amy Olita With natural gas slowly filling the air around Davison Hall Friday afternoon, just one spark could have moved the situation from incident to crisis. Around 3:20 p.m.…

SGA online comments of rumors, appeals deemed ‘null and void’

by Ashley Dison Newly-elected Student Government Association President Emily LaFleur dismissed online accusations that stated she was showed favoritism by the SGA elections committee during the pre-campaign process, due to…

Phi Mu, Delta Chi win Greek Week

by Kelly Belton After week of fun events and competitions, Phi Mu sorority and Delta Chi fraternity were announced the winners of Greek Week Saturday. Greek Week is an annual…

LaFleur sworn in as SGA president

by Ashley Dison Emily LaFleur, a senior journalism major, was officially sworn in as the 2010-11 Student Government Association president at the annual SGA banquet Tuesday night in the Waggonner…

Stranded students return from Paris

by Kathleen Duncan Sixteen art students and two teachers finally returned home from Paris after the eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull volcano March 20 caused several airports across Europe to shut…