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Regal Blues perform with dance studios

Regal Blues perform with dance studios

  KELSY KERSHAW Staff Reporter   Their hair whipped in the wind and uniforms sparkled under the stadium lights as the Regal Blues performed their halftime entertainment at Independence Stadium.…

Player for a game, hero for a lifetime

Player for a game, hero for a lifetime

  JOHN TABOR Sports Reporter   “Now entering the game at running back for the Bearkits, number 49, Evan Goree.”   This declaration by Ruston Junior High football public announcer…

Newton: Hometown hero

Newton: Hometown hero

  ALWAYNE GREEN Sports Reporter   At the tender age of around five or six, freshman golfer Brandon Newton followed his dad on the green to play golf. However, Newton’s…

Swift’s album is ‘Red’ not

Swift’s album is ‘Red’ not

  ADDIE MARTIN Staff Reporter   Singer and songwriter, Taylor Swift is at it again.   In her new album “Red,” released Monday, she continues to sing about ex-boyfriends but…

‘Argo’ has Oscar written all over it

‘Argo’ has Oscar written all over it

  CHAD HILL Contributing Reporter   There are some stories out there that most people just won’t believe.   They’re too crazy, ludicrous and impossible to be true, or even…

Let’s end it with a bang!

Let’s end it with a bang!

  REINA KEMPT Sports Editor   This fall quarter has given the Louisiana Tech athletics program a boost of confidence as many sports have been thriving such as football, soccer…

The crackdown on copyrighting

  REINA KEMPT Sports Editor   When Preston Strickland came up with the idea to incorporate Alpha Phi Alpha Inc.’s hand symbol within Louisiana Tech’s logo for his organization’s T-shirts,…

’Dogs journey to the title

  JOHN TABOR Sports Reporter   Coming off a gut-wrenching loss to Texas A&M last Saturday, the Bulldogs of Louisiana Tech look to rebound by beginning conference play in the…

MULTIMEDIA VIDEO: Dunn wins three golds in Poland

MULTIMEDIA VIDEO: Dunn wins three golds in Poland

      DEREK J. AMAYA Associate Sports Editor   Jordan Dunn, a junior psychology major, stood proudly on top of the tier holding the American flag, listening to the…

Use voice or say nothing at all

  In the spring, students were faced with a decision; should the enhancement fee be passed?   It would raise tuition by $30, and if passed, the money would be…