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Bullying prevalent in Lincoln Parish Schools

  Frededreia Willis Contributing Reporter   No matter where one lives, students are facing bullying in their schools.   Natalie Songer, 18, is a senior at Cedar Creek High School who…

‘Lighting the way since 1894’

‘Lighting the way since 1894’

  Alumnus and former employee donates a nearly 100-year-old Tech light bulb back to the university   Paul Harris Staff Reporter     Treasures usually remain hidden. Only when the…

Career Day gives students opportunities

Career Day gives students opportunities

  Paul Harris Staff Reporter   Despite the circus that may sometimes present itself in the pursuit of a degree, students all share one common interest for being here. Everyone…

Karate team hosts tournament

Karate team hosts tournament

  Paul Dauterive Staff Reporter   The Louisiana Tech Karate team hosted a tournament Feb. 7-8 in the Lambright Intramural Center.   The tournament counted as a national qualifier for…

Stay strong: Winter is almost over

  It is almost over.   After Christmas, New Year’s, way too many weeks and the Snowpocalypse, the end of winter quarter is almost here. And we are ready for…

Forget running; can Hillary win?

Forget running; can Hillary win?

  John Sadler Features Editor   Halfway through President Barack Obama’s last term, America has to look to the future. In 2016, there will be someone new in the Oval…

Losing the blame game

Losing the blame game

  Hannah Schilling Managing Editor   The media gets a bad reputation. News organizations, glossy magazines and the 10 o’clock news have all been blamed for things like reporting bias…

‘I’m quitting the circus’

‘I’m quitting the circus’

  Kaleb Causey Editor-in-Chief   “It might come as a surprise to you that some of history’s greatest American journalists are working right now, exceptional minds with years of experience…

Police prepared for potential dangers

Police prepared for potential dangers

  Kelsy Kershaw Futures Editor   Since 1980, there have been 137 fatal school shootings in the United States that have killed 237 people.   The worst of these was…

Students gamble the night away

Students gamble the night away

  Mardi Gras Masquerade brings real prizes for fake cash   Austin Vining Contributing Editor   Though school was cancelled Feb. 11 due to inclement weather, students still lined up…

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