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GRAD Act allows for tuition increase

by Patricia Malek Louisiana House Bill 1171, the Granting Resources and Autonomy for Diplomas Act, became law June 29. This law, now known as Act 741, gives Louisiana colleges and…

Bookstore cuts prices to make way for renovations

by Haley Kraemer Tech’s institutional bookstore is transitioning into a Barnes & Noble store in order to meet the demands of the textbook industry. Ann Delmuro, regional manager of Barnes…

Professors propose solutions for Gulf clean-up

by Crystal McCants Several Institution for Micromaufacturing faculty members have presented a variety of scientific studies to aid in the concentrated effort to clean up the oil spill along the…

Former Wyly Junior Fellows teach debate to students in Jordan

by Haley Kraemer Nick Ducote and Robbie Reeves led a lab group at the Four Star Debate camp located in Anwar, Jordan, this summer. Ducote, a senior political science major,…

3 Docs brings more options to Ruston nightlife

by Zach Beaird 3 Docs Brew House, the newest addition to Ruston nightlife, will be opening its doors Saturday, July 24 in the Que Stick’s previous location on West Alabama…

FROM THE EDITOR: My last perspective on politics

by Lance Traweek Of course, my first year of college was marked with change: new friends, a new apartment and a newly discovered independence. I was a Republican with deeply…

University apartments receive makeovers

by Crystal McCants Changes are being made to one of the commons in phase one of University Park. Sofas, loveseats and chairs are being replaced in Caruthers A, B and…