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WAC shake-up causing a ruckus

WAC shake-up causing a ruckus

FROM THE SPORTS DESK   So, apparently the Western Athletic Conference has turned into the kid on the playground who never gets picked for dodgeball.   Schools are getting the…

Project aims to show need for bike lanes

AMBER GUYOTTE Managing Editor   Since riding on sidewalks is illegal and riding in the road is unsafe, a bit of a dilemma is posed for bicyclists trying to get…

Buildings transition to green alternatives

NAOMI ALLISON News Editor   As students pass by the newly completed Integrated STEM Education Research Center (ISERC), their eyes sweep past its glass windows, vibrant aquatic plants and ground…

Gas leak disrupts students

Gas leak disrupts students

Rupture causes road closure, Pearce, Dudley evacuations   JUSTIN FORT Staff Reporter   Students in Pearce and Dudley residence halls were forced to evacuate the buildings after a gas line…

Cool Beans warms up to business

Cool Beans warms up to business

JUSTIN FORT Staff Reporter   Two new coffee shops recently opened within two miles of Tech’s campus.   The more recent, Cool Beans Café at 802 W. California Ave., opened…

Web problems plague campus

Web problems plague campus

PATRICK BOYD Staff Reporter   Over the weekend, many students were alarmed when they attempted to get onto their Moodle and Webmail accounts and could not log in or open…

Technology, social media change news delivery

MOLLY BOWMAN Staff Reporter   The field of journalism has made the shift from paper to technology – changing the way news reaches its viewers.   A majority of readers…

Tech legend Willie Roaf set for Homecoming visit

Tech legend Willie Roaf set for Homecoming visit

Anna Claire Thomas Co-Sports Editor   Louisiana Tech will welcome one of its own back to Ruston this weekend as the Homecoming lineup features none other than former Tech offensive…

Cross Country prepares for WAC tournament

Cross Country prepares for WAC tournament

Reina Kempt Sports Reporter   As the season is coming to an end, Tech’s cross country team is looking at the Western Athletic Conference tournament as more of practice for…

Techster volleyball craves first WAC win on the road at Idaho

Techster volleyball craves first WAC win on the road at Idaho

Sarah Brown Co-Sports Editor   After a tough 0-3 loss at home against New Mexico State, the Lady Techsters’ volleyball team will remain in conference play, as they head out…