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Futbol club readies for new season

  Ian Edwards Staff Reporter   The Louisiana Tech Futbol Club held a meeting last Wednesday in order to garner interest in the upcoming spring season.   Brian Williamson, a…

Guice to head Louisiana Innovation Council

Guice to head Louisiana Innovation Council

  Kelsy Kershaw Futures Editor   Louisiana Tech is not the only institution President Les Guice provides leadership for.   Recently, Guice was appointed chairman of the Louisiana Innovation Council…

AAUW holds conference on gender issues

AAUW holds conference on gender issues

    Paul Dauterive Staff Reporter   Gender issues, pay equity and balancing work and family were the focus of a conference hosted by the recently-formed Tech chapter of the…

Tech alert sparks racial controversy

  Paul Dauterive Staff Reporter   Students across campus were upset after reading a Tech alert email informing them of the arrest of a suspicious person and his possible return…

Winter’s Wrath: Climatic changes cause campus closure

Winter’s Wrath: Climatic changes cause campus closure

  Paul Harris Staff Reporter   Freezing rain blanketed the city of Ruston last week, resulting in hazardous travel conditions. This slippery precipitation forced the university to cancel classes Feb.…

What one game can do

What one game can do

  Chad Merritt Sports Editor   The Seattle Seahawks decimated the Denver Broncos in a matchup of the NFL’s number one defense (Seattle) and offense (Denver).   In the process…

Techsters reflect on season

Techsters reflect on season

  Paul Harris Staff Reporter   In the 20 games this season, the Lady Techsters basketball team has not been satisfied with their win-loss column thus far.   The team…

Alum gives for better Tech

Alum gives for better Tech

  Chad Merritt Sports Editor   This is the last of a series about the donors who help fund Tech athletics.   Standing up and cheering on the Bulldogs while…

Pieces of history: A look inside the literary collection of the Louisiana Tech library

Pieces of history: A look inside the literary collection of the Louisiana Tech library

  Ian Edwards Staff Reporter   English majors at other universities who want to read an original Charles Dickens letter would have to spend time and money to travel hundreds…

Coca-Cola’s Super Bowl commercial sparks a controversy

Coca-Cola’s Super Bowl commercial sparks a controversy

  Cody Sexton Entertainment Editor   “I’d like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony,” sang the multiracial cast of the 1971 Coca-Cola commercial. Forty-three years later, there…

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