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Tech treasure missing jewels

by Rebecca Spence, STAFF REPORTER Imagine a building, the walls drenched with history but pristinely renovated to symbolize the future of Tech merging with its past. From the outside, the…

SHOWOFF show gains lot of laughs

by Mary Timmons, STAFF REPORTER Union Board kicked off its first event of spring quarter 2011 with a comical show made of jugglers and contortionists March 15 in the Student…

Softball hosts Fresno State in weekend series

by Hayden Haynes, SPORTS REPORTER The Lady Techsters softball team fell twice in Hammond this past weekend, as the Southeastern Lions outscored the Techsters in a two-game series, both with…

Baseball hosts UTPA, looks to sweep

by Anna Claire Thomas, CO-SPORTS EDITOR The Louisiana Tech Bulldog baseball team is coming off the toughest road test of the season thus far and are returning home to J.C.…

Rupp released from Tech

by Media Relations, LOUISIANA TECH RUSTON – Louisiana Tech Athletics Director Bruce Van De Velde announced Wednesday that men’s basketball coach Kerry Rupp has been relieved of his position after…

The buzzer goes off

by Sarah Brown, CO-SPORTS EDITOR The final buzzer sounded. Defeat. Agony. Thousands of Lady Techster fans stood in the CenturyTel Center in Bossier Sunday night to watch the basketball darlings…

National exhibition uses art and conversations

by Dacia Idom, STAFF REPORTER Personal preference seems to be the popular style for today’s artists as proven in Tech’s first national juried exhibition “Louisiana Purchase: National Biennial Juried Exhibition,”…

Coffeehouse adds open mic night to menu

by Patrick Boyd , STAFF REPORTER The newly renovated second floor of the Frothy Monkey Coffeehouse is not just a place for students to study or book club members to…

Night owls not welcome in library

by Rebecca Spence, STAFF REPORTER Prestigious Texas institutions such as Texas A&M University and Baylor University offer it Monday through Thursday, but Tech does not possess the service that many…

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…

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