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‘Iron Man 3’ launches Marvel into phase two

‘Iron Man 3’ launches Marvel into phase two

  JOHN SADLER Staff Reporter   After “The Avengers” brought Marvel’s superheroes together for one record-shattering movie, many fans wondered how the company would go back to the solo superhero…

MULTIMEDIA VIDEO: Dance class presents history lesson

MULTIMEDIA VIDEO: Dance class presents history lesson

  Kinesiology instructor Beverly Maggio and her dance class demonstrate a history of dance from dances such as the moon walk to gangnam style to the harlem shake.  …

South Campus breeds education

South Campus breeds education

  HANNAH SCHILLING Associate Editor   LaTech students have a farm, ee-i-ee-i-oh.   But most students have not set foot on it.   South Campus is a section of campus…

Crescent City delivers 10 years of service

Crescent City delivers 10 years of service

  REBECCA ALVAREZ Associate Managing Editor     Every morning Ruston resident Ron Salmon, 76, starts his day before sunrise. He washes up, gets dressed and, like many other Americans, indulges…

Tech pool remains dry

  BLAKE BOLIN Staff Reporter   Tech’s intramural center offers both an indoor and outdoor pool for students to enjoy, but are there ways to make it more enjoyable?  …

Nursing students apply skills in domestic violence simulation

Nursing students apply skills in domestic violence simulation

  T. SCOTT BOATRIGHT University Communications   Louisiana Tech University Nursing 210 students opened the door to “GTM Memorial Hospital” and found a “victim” of domestic violence weeping in a…

Completing the journey

Completing the journey

  RANEY JOHNSON Multimedia Editor   Spending three days in Seattle, four days in Zion National Park in Utah and five days in Yosemite are only a small part of…

Students cash in on business ideas

  KAAMILYA SALAAM Staff Reporter   Students, professors and sponsors sat quietly in the student center Tuesday afternoon, anticipating the announcement of the winners of the TOP DAWG New Venture…

School intramural referees trained to make fair calls

School intramural referees trained to make fair calls

  BLAKE BOLIN Staff Reporter   The harassment of referees has been around since the dawn of sports and this is no exception for the Tech intramural referees.   Each…

Hollywood stars are helping, hindering green movement

Hollywood stars are helping, hindering green movement

  MOLLY BOWMAN Senior News Editor   Over the last few years, some celebrities have been on the forefront of making green decisions and advocating awareness for these issues.  …

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