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Technology of 2011

by Robert Wilson, ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR With scores of cutting-edge technology housed in shiny, often futuristic, cases from some of the world’s largest companies as well as keynotes speeches from the…

Who is ‘Thompson?’

by Haley Kraemer, COPY EDITOR Elaine Thompson, intrigued with trivia as a child, was selected as a “Jeopardy!” contestant this season to battle it out alongside two other contestants in…

Contract with Pepsi pending

by Mary Timmons, STAFF REPORTER With a contract in the works, Tech students might notice a change in which soft drinks are offered on campus.  About 60 vending machines will…

Water problem reveals communication issues between city, campus

by Hayden Haynes, STAFF REPORTER After possible water contamination, students were left un-notified due to miscommunication within the university. The City of Ruston was advised Dec. 15, 2010, by the…

Tucson tragedy reminds campus of need for TAT

by Zach Beaird, STAFF REPORTER Tucson shooting suspect Jared Loughner’s suspension from Pima Community College last September has raised many questions of how troubled students should be handled on college…

BCM?replants its roots

by Amber Guyotte, COPY EDITOR After nearly two years of holding temporary residence in The Kennel, the Baptist Collegiate Ministry finally moved into its new, permanent home earlier this month.…

Student presents to professional peers

by Mary Timmons, STAFF REPORTER A biomedical engineering student presented her research at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society earlier this month in Long Beach, Calif. Jenee’…

To the brim with inmates

by Taylor Stephens, FEATURE EDITOR $60. That’s the amount of money per day that it takes to sustain an inmate imprisoned in Arkansas’ facilities per day. $28. That’s the amount…

Pedestrians lack public transportation

by Danielle Cintron, EDITOR It confuses me to live in a society where the conservation of resources is becoming a more popular notion; yet, here in Ruston, it’s almost impractical…

Research places Tech another step up

by Kelly Belton, NEWS EDITOR Despite financial setbacks and worries about the future of higher education, Tech continues to move forward as the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching…

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