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Pell Grant at risk of being cut off

IN OUR OPINION   To many students, the Pell Grant is a dependable federal financial aid program that creates financial stability by providing grants for college tuition. Yet, for an…

Hopefully, Home for the Holidays

Hopefully, Home for the Holidays

The best wish for some military members and their loved ones is for a safe return home MOLLY BOWMAN Staff Reporter It has been almost nine years since U.S. troops…

Battling depression at the end of the world

Battling depression at the end of the world

PATRICK BOYD News Editor The end of the world never looked so beautiful.   In the opening 10 minutes of Lars Von Trier’s entrancing and moving new movie, “Melancholia,” we…

Production wins state, national award

AMIE ROLLAND News Editor It may seem that “being green” is an action of the latest generation. However, since 1953 Keep America Beautiful has been promoting national cleanliness. KAB strives…

Festivities unite Techsters

Festivities unite Techsters

AMRIT AWAL Staff Reporter Tech students and faculty shared the joy of Christmas through carols and holiday spirit during two separate programs.   Dec. 6, the Student Center, Main Floor…

SGA sponsors new campus computers

MOLLY BOWMAN Staff Reporter Tech’s Student Government Association announced Dec. 6 that the computers in three of the main computer labs on campus will be replaced.   The decision to…

White House honors COES associate dean

White House honors COES associate dean

  LISA PLAISANCE Staff Reporter   Jenna Carpenter, associate dean of the College of Engineering and Science, was invited to the White House as an honored guest to participate in…

Liquor permitted to be sold on Sunday

Liquor permitted to be sold on Sunday

DEREK AMAYA Staff Reporter The city of Ruston can enjoy alcohol all weekend after the City Council voted to lift a ban that allows restaurants to serve alcohol on Sunday.…

Regional, Tech musicians bring historical work of ‘Messiah’ to community

KELLY BELTON Contributing Editor   Tech choirs will unite with the North Central Louisiana Masterworks Chorus to bring the Tech community their own rendition of Handel’s oratorio, “Messiah.”   Under…

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