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New 3-D screen to compete with Celebrity

New 3-D screen to compete with Celebrity

  Derek Amaya Staff Reporter   Lincoln Parish movie enthusiasts may receive an early Christmas present this year with the addition of a new movie theater in Ruston.   United…

Students walk to honor King’s legacy

Students walk to honor King’s legacy

AMRIT AWAL Staff Reporter   Tech’s National Society of Black Engineers hosted the community service event “A Walk for Education” Monday. Students knocked on doors and passed out information about…

Black Box concludes daily grind

JUSTIN FORT News Editor   At 9:15 Friday night, The Black Box employee Kelsey Nourrcier escorted her last customers from the coffee shop, closing its doors forever.   After publicly…

Suspected burglars caught on campus during break

Suspected burglars caught on campus during break

MOLLY BOWMAN Staff Reporter   Two men were caught on campus by Tech Police during Tech’s Christmas holiday.   A 29-year-old Ruston resident was arrested and charged with possession of…

McAlister’s offers new phone ordering option

McAlister’s offers new phone ordering option

DEREK AMAYA Staff Reporter   The long waits at McAlister’s Deli line may decrease since Louisiana Tech Dining announced a new call-ahead ordering service, which began Jan, 9.   Students…

SGA members meet presidential candidates

SGA members meet presidential candidates

MOLLY BOWMAN Staff Reporter   Executive members of the Student Government Association met Republican presidential candidates at the 2012 College Convention in Concord, N.H.   According to nec.com, high school…

Black and Gold pageant bring opportunities

Black and Gold pageant bring opportunities

LISA PLAISANCE Staff Reporter   Pageant contestant Brittney Branch took home the Miss Black and Gold title along with a scholarship prize of $350.   The pageant was hosted by…

Annual MFA exhibit on display in LaTEC

Annual MFA exhibit on display in LaTEC

MOLLY BOWMAN Staff Reporter   A combination of first and second-year graduate students showcased their work in the fields of communication design, photography and studio art in the Enterprise Center.…

Art faculty continue biennial tradition with exhibit

Art faculty continue biennial tradition with exhibit

ALWAYNE GREEN Staff Reporter   Students got their fair chance to critically analyze the art of Tech’s art faculty at the art gallery on campus.   The School of Art…

Sunday alcohol sales supported

Sunday alcohol sales supported

With new ordinance comes new opportunity   NATALIE MCELWEE Staff Reporter PATRICK BOYD News Editor   Mildred Peterson can remember a time when nobody in Ruston mentioned alcohol.   Peterson,…