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Man cured of AIDS

by Naomi Allison, NEWS EDITOR With more than 30 million people infected worldwide, I always envisioned AIDS as an epidemic that could never be defeated, except through abstinence and advances…

FDA to put out smoking appeal

by Taylor Stephens, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Breaking news: smoking cigarettes will kill you. No, really, they hold a gun to your head and force you to smoke them until you die. Then…

‘Sluts’ parade in the streets

by Rebecca Spence, NEWS EDITOR The SlutWalk has spread across the globe after its debut in Toronto, Canada in April 2011. No, this is not a song from some Canadian…

Summer of Innovation camps sponsored by NASA grant

by Tech News Services Louisiana Tech University’s Science and Technology Education Center (SciTEC) has been awarded a $50,000 grant by NASA’s Summer of Innovation program for students in grades four…

State employees lose merit based raises

by Justin Fort, Staff Reporter An executive order, which takes effect immediately, bans all state employees from getting merit-based salary increases until June 30, 2012. In other words, no employee…

Painting with a Twist coming to Monroe

Painting with a Twist coming to Monroe

Katie Queen, a senior merchandising and consumer studies major, attended the Shreveport class of Painting with a Twist with a friend.…

Tech gets tagged

Tech gets tagged

by Mary Timmons, Associate Editor Downtown Ruston, between closed buildings and dark alleyways, remnants of broken glass cover the ground while the work of an unknown artist from an unknown…

Grant gives new outlet for materials science research for LA-SiGMA

by Tech News Services Six teachers from school districts in north Louisiana are helping to advance the frontiers of science by conducting research with faculty from Louisiana Tech University’s College…

Bonnaroo in review

by Mary Timmons, Associate Editor MANCHESTER, Tenn.-For the last ten years more than 80,000 people have traveled to this small town outside Nashville to spend four days in the intense…

LSU merger rumors

In the past Louisiana State University has been billed at as our top competitor when it comes to science and technology. Let’s forget the past and imagine the potential of…

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