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Harris continues dead success

by Kathleen Duncan, CONTRIBUTING REPORTER Charlaine Harris’ 11th Sookie Stackhouse novel, “Dead Reckoning,” hit shelves May 3 amid much speculation of the cover art, the status of Sookie and Eric’s…

Movie does not say enough

by Robert Wilson, CO-ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR The contradictions and hypocrisies of society have been fodder for dissection throughout the course of human history, continuing to ignite debate even as no clear…

Final artwork shown in senior art gallery

by Dacia Idom, STAFF REPORTER Light shines from a small window into a room packed with insulation. The tip of a ladder is visible. No one is around. Is someone…

Poetry reading captivates audience

by Patrick Boyd, STAFF REPORTER It is late on a Friday evening and as the sun starts slowly dimming, people gather upstairs at Turbo Goat for a monthly poetry reading.…

Ruston marches for preemies

by Amie Rolland, STAFF REPORTER On Aug. 7, 1963, Patrick Kennedy, the third child of President John F. Kennedy and Jackie Onassis Kennedy, was born. At 4:04 a.m. Aug. 8,…

BCM hosts Mario showdown

by Justin Fort, STAFF REPORTER Students gathered at the Baptist Collegiate Ministry to play in the Smash the House: Super Smash Bros. Showdown to help fund summer mission trips, which…

Baseball brings magic back to the love shack

by Anna Claire Thomas, CO-SPORTS EDITOR Two years ago, the Bulldog baseball team welcomed Cinderella herself into J.C. Love Field with open arms. Well, to be fair, Cinderella came in…

Track jumps into WAC tourney

by Hayden Haynes, SPORTS REPORTER The Louisiana Tech track team looks to continue its championship streak as they say “Aloha” in Honolulu, Hawaii, for the Western Athletic Conference Championships May…

Dad balances teaching son, fatherly duties

by Zach Beaird, STAFF REPORTER A day in the life of a typical family begins each morning in a fast-paced bustle to get to school or work as each member…

Texting laws ineffective

Texting while driving may be dangerous, but state laws meant to defeat this distraction are not decreasing the number of car crashes. Text messaging and cell-phone laws in California, Louisiana,…

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