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Nepal comes to Ruston

by Naomi Allison, STAFF REPORTER More than 450 students were able to land in between India and China and gain a refreshing perspective on Nepal’s culture as the Namaste Nepal…

Medallions given back to students graduating

by Rebecca Spence, STAFF REPORTER When freshmen, who are now seniors, walked the candlelit path from Howard Auditorium for the Performing Arts to the Lady of the Mist four years…

Tech sees first fake cannabis overdose

by Kelly Belton, FEATURES EDITOR Most students could never imagine a night gone awry with friends, but the evening of April 24 would be one Grace Moore would never forget.…

Bluelight Cafe in Ruston again

by Justin Fort, STAFF REPORTER Six months after closing, the familiar smells of pork chops, black-eyed peas and fresh sweet tea that filled the Bluelight Café for 50 years have…

Deer runs into window, dies

by Rebecca Spence, STAFF REPORTER He turned his head just as the deer ran into the window. “I looked across the street, right in front of the biomed building and…

Fitted or flat: Why does it matter?

by Taylor Stephens, EDITOR The economy is failing. All around us, people are losing their jobs. But, the real question is: Do you want fitted or flat sheets when you…

Students fight through cyber security match

by Zach Beaird, STAFF REPORTER Hacking was the name of the game as cyber security students battled it out May 6 at Cyber Storm 2011. After spending the quarter learning…

Board discusses technology

by Dacia Idom, STAFF REPORTER Newscasters and journalists now share the responsibility of reporting news with everyday citizens as a result of technological advances. Social media websites like Facebook and…

Speech class makes progress for handicapped students

by Justin Fort, STAFF REPORTER Every spring an organizational communications class, Speech 431, takes part in a project to help better the university. This years’ project, Access Tech, is focused…

‘Show at the Joe’ provides fun for community

by Sherelle Black, STAFF REPORTER High pitched screams, laughter and the aroma of hot jambalaya and crawfish filled the air as Elizabeth Bridges walked into the Joe Aillet Stadium. Bridges,…

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