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The burden of proof

The burden of proof

  AMIE ROLLAND News Editor   After a four-year moratorium, the Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty in 1976. Since then, 1,264 people have been executed in the United States.…

Louisiana Tech, I love thee

Louisiana Tech, I love thee

  KELLY BELTON Contributing Editor   Sixty-six years ago, a high school principal told the son of a farmer that he was smart enough to attend college. The educator recommended…

Do more to lower student apathy

  IN OUR OPINION   Participation in this spring’s Student Government Association elections and Union Board festivities have been less than overwhelming, prompting many on campus, including members of The…

Career Center helps graduates transfer to professional life

  NATALIE MCELWEE Staff Reporter   For many college students, going out into the working world can be as scary as the latest horror movie, but the Career Center is…

47 Daisies offers organic produce

47 Daisies offers organic produce

  GRACE MOORE Staff Reporter   A local organic farm providing students and Ruston residents with Certified Naturally Grown food.   Six miles west of Ruston, 47 Daisies offers over…

SGA president fills positions

  HANNAH SCHILLING Staff Reporter   Instead of only filling his cabinet positions, incoming Student Government Association President Will Dearmon also accepted applications for an empty executive position, department heads…

Prescription drug usage popular on campus

Prescription drug usage popular on campus

  AUSTIN VINING  Staff Reporter   The names of students have been omitted from this article to protect the confidentiality of their medical diagnoses and to protect them from legal…

Albritton to retire after 36 years

Albritton to retire after 36 years

  KALEB CAUSEY Staff Reporter   After working under two different presidents, helping to bring 11,000 students to Louisiana Tech and seeing multiple changes and improvements, Jan Albritton will be…

Tech finds E.coli claim to be false

Tech finds E.coli claim to be false

  REBECCA ALVAREZ  Staff Reporter   Rumors circulating around Tech’s campus suggested traceable amounts of E. coli were found in campus water supply, but after reviewing daily samples, city officials…

New plans set for Hide-Away Park

New plans set for Hide-Away Park

  REBECCA ALVAREZ Staff Reporter   The Division of Student Affairs and the Lambright Sports and Wellness Complex recently proposed new plans to make additions to Hide-Away Park that will…

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