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Nepal Night attracts largest crowd yet

by Kelly Belton The Namaste Nepal Association hosted its 4th annual Nepal Night Saturday in the Student Center, Main Floor. The event featured cultural traditions of Nepal, including songs, dances…

Bulldogs sweep series

by Angela Groce Bats, record breakers and impressive victories put a little pep into the Bulldogs’ step as they swept the Sacramento State Hornets at J.C. Love Field over the…

New characters add drama to ‘Iron Man 2’

by Emily Lafleur Classic villain taken down, love story revealed and even a sneak peak after the credits makes the talked up sequel, “Iron Man 2,” directed by Jon Fevreau,…

WAC track and field championships Ruston bound

by Justin Phillips After a season of highs and lows, personal bests and meet records, the Louisiana Tech track and field program will continue its march toward both a men’s…

FROM THE SPORTS DESK: Closing the curtain one last time

by Justin Phillips Come in. Close the door. Take out a pencil and a sheet of paper. Let me tell you a story about a writer you know very well.…

Edgefest VI brings big names to Little Rock

by Robert Wilson Little Rock, Ark., shook with thunderous roars as a lineup of some of alternative rock’s most famous post-grunge acts took the main stage at Edgefest VI Saturday.…

Techsters battle in national broadcast

by Sarah Brown The Lady Techsters won one of three games in the Bulldog Diamond series Friday night at Fresno State. Over the weekend series, the Lady Techsters had several…

MISCHIEVOUS ME: Change comes for us all

by Kathleen Duncan No one really likes changes, least of all me. It took me two years to get my lip piercing, and then another year to decide to take…

Reality check: Economic recession sends some graduates back to school

by Amber Guyotte College graduates may have to go beyond a bachelor’s degree program to survive in the current economy because employers are raising the job qualification standards. According to…

SPASTIC THOUGHTS FROM LITTLE ITALY: Tech Farm Dairy left out in the cold

by Amy Olita Even though this is my third year at Tech, last year was the first year I ventured back to Ruston before the school year began, and I…