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Sigma Tau Delta presents sixth annual Shakespearit

  KALEB CAUSEY Staff Reporter   Klingons, cheering competitions, and Nirvana were not around in William Shakespeare’s time, but that’s what someone would have seen if they were at the…

NSA unites students to address stutter

  GRACE MOORE Staff Reporter   For a stutterer, speaking is like a muscle. If they flex that muscle and speak more often, their speech will be strengthened.   In…

Dolphins’ existence washing out

Dolphins’ existence washing out

  REBECCA SPENCE Editor-In-Chief   When “The Cove” was released and won an Oscar for Best Documentary in 2010, it shocked many by giving us an inside look into the…

Slapstick for a new generation

Slapstick for a new generation

  PATRICK BOYD Entertainment Editor   The other day, I went to go see the new “Three Stooges” film, and while pondering the aforementioned, I realized two things about the…

War, what is it good for? Absolutely nothing

  IN OUR OPINION   In September 2001, terrorists attacked American soil. According to The Washington Post, 72 days later, President George W. Bush directed Donald Rumsfeld, then Secretary of…

Bluetooth idea named Top Dawg project

Bluetooth idea named Top Dawg project

  REBECCA ALVAREZ Staff Reporter   Nine student companies brought their innovations before a panel of judges for a chance to market their ideas to actual businesses in the 10th…

Tech karate team members win national title

Tech karate team members win national title

  REBECCA ALVAREZ Staff Reporter   The Tech karate team has been under the radar in past years, gaining little attention around campus, but that has not held the team…

Stooges proves more than just nostalgic

Stooges proves more than just nostalgic

  PATRICK BOYD Entertainment Editor   Like a friend who only knows one joke, yet can’t help but tell it over and over, movies have reached an apex now where…

Classic musical ‘Pippin’ comes to Stone Theatre

Classic musical ‘Pippin’ comes to Stone Theatre

APRIL KELLEY Staff Reporter   Louisiana Tech’s School of Performing Arts will perform the classic musical “Pippin” in Stone Theater for their spring production.   “Pippin” is directed by Paul…

Techsters look for sweep

Techsters look for sweep

Promotions set for Techster, Wolf Pack showdown ANNA CLAIRE THOMAS Sports Editor   The Lady Techster softball team will need to be prepared to be battle-tested when it comes to…