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Runners ready for fall

Runners ready for fall

  JOHN TABOR Sports Reporter   Every fall, as you stroll down Tech Drive, the sights and sounds of football are a constant reminder of the season. However, athletic competition…

Men’s golf teeing up at Squire Creek

  ALWAYNE GREEN Sports Reporter   The Bulldog golfers will seek another tournament victory when they putt their way into the inaugural Jim Rivers Intercollegiate tournament. It will be Tech’s…

Volleyball team gets new coach

Volleyball team gets new coach

  REINA KEMPT Sports Editor   Louisiana Tech has been taking several steps to build its academic and athletic program. One recent step taken was the subtraction of Matt Sonnichsen…

Techsters strive for first WAC win

  REINA KEMPT Sports Editor   The Lady Techsters volleyball squad has been plagued with many injuries in their journey to become a better team.   Three games into conference…

Enrollment down, quality up

  KELSY KERSHAW Staff Reporter   With Tech being named a Tier One institution and its academic requirements being raised, the incoming freshman academic enrollment rate has gone down but…

Undefeated Bulldogs to battle Fighting Illini

  JOHN TABOR Staff Reporter   Coming off a 56-37 thumping of the Rice Owls, the Bulldogs travel to Champaign, Ill., for a 7 p.m. game on Saturday against University…

Soccer kicks for mental toughness

  ALWAYNE GREEN Sports Reporter   Fresh off back-to-back wins against Jackson State and Southeastern Louisiana, the Lady Techsters soccer team is looking to build on its momentum. The Techsters…

Salas pushes through the pain

Salas pushes through the pain

  REINA KEMPT Sports Editor   In a time of urgency, one must push past all obstacles no matter what gets in their way, even if it’s a broken hand.…

Social media can persuade how you vote

  Parents and teachers often mention drugs, alcohol and sex when they talk about peer pressure, but few have mentioned anything about voting in such lectures—until now.   Scientists and…

Work smarter, not harder

Work smarter, not harder

  AUSTIN VINING Managing Editor   Most students pursuing a major in the College of Liberal Arts will be required to take foreign language to complete their curriculum, whether it…