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Ruston businesses rely on Tech family

    Students have a significant impact on the financial revenue for the majority of local business. From dine-in and fast food restaurants to local boutiques and even rental car…

SGA to purchase new golf cart for campus

SGA to purchase new golf cart for campus

RANEY JOHNSON Staff Reporter   Congress passed a bill to avert the fiscal crisis on Jan. 2 after months of arguing; however, there was no arguing or bickering between Student…

School closes for icy weather

School closes for icy weather

  ADDIE MARTIN Staff Reporter   Watch out! Don’t slip! Stay inside! — Those are some of the phrases heard when the weather turned quite frigid. With this week’s temperatures…

Flu flying rampant this year

Flu flying rampant this year

  ADDIE MARTIN Staff Reporter   Headaches, body aches, fever, cough, sore throat, chills, fatigue, nausea—the list of symptoms for the flu continues.     Jack Frost has not only…

MLK Day sparks debate on meaning of the holiday

MLK Day sparks debate on meaning of the holiday

  ALICE ESSIEN Staff Reporter   Though it may seem that Martin Luther King Jr. Day has been considered a holiday for just as long as Christmas or Thanksgiving, it…

Students have a vote in UB spring concert plan

  KELSY KERSHAW Staff Reporter   Country, rock, rap, hip-hop, pop––all of these are popular genres, but for Tech students, country was the sure favorite, Doug Prater said. At midnight…