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Ruston’s newest boutique opens for business

Ruston’s newest boutique opens for business

  KELSY KERSHAW Staff Reporter   While looking at the sunshine-colored concrete walls and taking in the crisp smell of freshly dried paint, Nicole Rogillio and her sister Lynn Fabian…

Celebrity Theatres maintains popularity

Celebrity Theatres maintains popularity

Theater to install new projectors allowing for 3D capabilities   ADDIE MARTIN Staff Reporter   Ruston is a small community with one smaller movie theater, but some changes are in…

Internship is right on the money

Internship is right on the money

  MELISSA GRAJEK Staff Reporter   This is the third in a five-part series on the unique experience of Tech students who participated in summer internships. Each of the students…

Ruston welcomes the 3rd annual ARToberfest

Ruston welcomes the 3rd annual ARToberfest

ADDIE MARTIN Staff Reporter   Beer, music and food are key in what the North Central Louisiana Arts Council expects to be a memorable Friday evening as they host the…

Pre-professional groups prepare students for future

  SCOTT WALKINGSTICK Staff Reporter   Pre-law fraternity Phi Alpha Delta and pre-professional society the Associated Professional Educators of Louisiana, or A+Pel, have been around for many years now. Some…

Life in the fast lane

Life in the fast lane

Prodigy comes to Tech at age 18 with an undergrad under his belt   ALLISON EAST Staff Reporter   Bags packed and seated in his parents’ Yukon XL, in 2008,…

Laying the law

Laying the law

  CHAD MERRITT Multimedia Editor   The boss of a $9.5 billion industry has a lot of power.   The power to influence millions with their decisions, the power to…

MULTIMEDIA VIDEO: Soccer gets kids active

MULTIMEDIA VIDEO: Soccer gets kids active

    ALWAYNE GREEN Sports Reporter   On any given Tuesday or Thursday, a stream of children dressed in soccer gear can be seen making their way to the Lady…

MULTIMEDIA VIDEO: ‘Straight Talk’ makes debut on KLPI radio

MULTIMEDIA VIDEO: ‘Straight Talk’ makes debut on KLPI radio

    ALLISON EAST Staff Reporter   Hundreds of students watched Dakota Grant cross the stage in Howard Auditorium waiting to be hypnotized. He sat down, took a breath and…

‘Dogs fend off Cavs

  JOHN TABOR Staff Writer   Leading up to last Saturday’s tussle in Charlottesville, Va., Tech had blown opponents off the field with its high-octane offense, averaging 54.6 points a…