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‘Sucker Punch’ delivers weak hit

by Robert Wilson, ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Director Zack Snyder came to prominent attention in pop culture with his visual effects-heavy adaptations of Frank Miller’s bloody Spartan tale “300” and Alan Moore’s…

Housing rids dorms of land lines

by Patrick Boyd, STAFF REPORTER Technology has finally caught up with Tech’s residential halls. The housing department recently made plans to cut the telephone landlines in the dorms due to…

Pharoahe Monch unleashes ‘W.A.R.’

by Robert Wilson, ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR “July 27, 2023…I have discovered classified information that changes everything I believe about this war. I’m going to upload this information of great horrors…if you…

Texas bands bring a country thrill to Rabb’s Steakhouse

by Mary Timmons, STAFF REPORTER  Rabb’s Steak and Spirits was filled with the sounds of back road country music as Charlie Robison and Kevin Fowler rocked the stage last Thursday.…

Tech team finalist in international competition

by Dacia Idom, STAFF REPORTER A trio of Louisiana Tech engineering and business students were among 42 teams chosen in a international competition to compete in the Rice University Business…

Students react to new dining facility

by Sherelle Black, STAFF REPORTER Long lines, huge crowds and an abundance of orders from students eager to try something new was most visible scene during the opening week of…

Van De Velde addresses media concerning Rupp

by Sarah Brown, CO-SPORTS EDITOR Tech Athletic Director Bruce Van De Velde discussed the future of the Bulldog basketball program with media Thursday morning following the dismissal of head coach…

McAlister’s grand opening

McAlister’s grand opening

by Josh Becker, Jamie Blanson, Scott Walkingstick  …

Sparta Aquifer alternative found locally

by Zach Beaird, STAFF REPORTER Plans to use Lake D’Arbonne as an alternative to the depleting Sparta Aquifer were released in a public meeting March 17 at the Lincoln Parish…

Delta Chi moves out to move up

by Dacia Idom, STAFF REPORTER No bonfire is scheduled to take place at the intersection of Everett Street and Mississippi Avenue despite the massive pile of bricks and wood that…

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