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AMA speaker shines light on Ruston’s future

by Haley Kraemer Judy Burt addressed student members of the American Marketing Association about the future of the Ruston community Oct. 19 in the College of Business. Burt, Ruston Civic…

Baseball opens fall world series

by Anna Claire Thomas   The Louisiana Tech baseball team is hosting a nine-day mini world series, beginning at 6 p.m. Oct. 29 and ending Nov. 6. The Bulldogs will…

Clip & dip helps raise community awareness for animal health care

by Naomi Allison Area dogs received royal treatment Saturday from members of the Pre-Vet Club. Dog owners treated their furry friends to a bath, after which they were towel-dried and…

Final day of Dashain celebrated

by Haley Kraemer Nepali students received Tika, ate traditional foods, listened to live music and celebrated the final day of Dashain with a game of bingo Sunday in the Student…

NASA contract with SciTEC reinstated, will provide more opportunities to educators

by Sherelle Black Tech and the Science and Technology Education Center were chosen again as the recipients of the contract to host NASA’s Educator Resource Center. The center provides classroom…

Students wear purple for bullying prevention

by Mary Timmons Tech students and others across the nation supported National Bullying Prevention Day by sporting the color purple Oct. 20. According to the Parent Advocacy Coalition for Educational…

Journalistic objectivity discarded

by Amy Olita In this day and age, it is no surprise to find a news organization with some sort of agenda. The requirement to remain unbiased and objective is…

Craving a cure, making my mark

by Kelly Belton As my mother sat me down at the kitchen table last December, a knot formed in my stomach as the words came out of her mouth. “Abnormal…

Bullying a child crosses the line

by Ashley Dison I magine you are in the final stages of a chronic illness, the same illness your mother died with last year. You look out your window and…

Premiere of emotional art show a success

by Naomi Allison Students gathered as architecture professors Damon Caldwell and Stephanie Carwile presented the opening reception of “that which remains,” featuring more than 20 quilted textiles and oil canvas…