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Intelligence expert visits Ruston

Intelligence expert visits Ruston

  Frededreia Willis Staff Reporter   Louisiana Tech students and the community of Ruston had the chance to learn more about the CIA on May 7 when historian and intelligence…

‘Once Upon A Time’ finale leaves a bitter feeling

‘Once Upon A Time’ finale leaves a bitter feeling

Cody Sexton Entertainment Editor It is beginning to appear as if the writers of “Once Upon A Time” are making up the storyline week-by-week as they shoot the show. As…

‘Turn Blue’ lacks punch, but still hits notes

‘Turn Blue’ lacks punch, but still hits notes

John Sadler Managing Editor Everyone’s mom’s favorite rock band is back. The Black Keys, two years after the release of their platinum-selling album “El Camino,” have returned with “Turn Blue.”…

Recital brings together two ensembles

Recital brings together two ensembles

  IAN EDWARDS Staff Reporter   No kings or queens present, but Louisiana Tech students still made the audience feel like royalty with their performance titled “An Evening of Chamber…

Confusion at TechFest

Confusion at TechFest

RAY PATTERSON Staff Reporter Mixed reactions followed TechFest Friday night after lengthy delays, last minute stage changes and rumors of a potential police shutdown. TechFest was free and offered a…

Wait, its been four years?

Wait, its been four years?

Allison East News Editor Words. They are what I have studied for the last two years, and they are what I have struggled so hard to find in the last…

Two Bulldogs selected in NFL draft

NEWS SERVICES Louisiana Tech defensive tackle Justin Ellis was drafted by the Oakland Raiders Saturday in the fourth round of the 2014 National Football League Draft with the 107th selection…

Lange begins regional play today

Lange begins regional play today

NEWS SERVICES Louisiana Tech sophomore Victor Lange returns to Briggs Ranch Golf Club this week in San Antonio, Texas, as NCAA Regional play begins today. Lange enters as the No.…

Construction to continue over summer

Construction to continue over summer

  WILL TRAHAN Staff Reporter As the school year wraps up and students get ready to leave for summer, the preparation for a new athletic facility is under way. As…

‘I don’t think we’re done’

‘I don’t think we’re done’

Civil Rights Act of 1964 shapes Tech   CODY “TICK” MCELROY Staff Reporter   Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, apologized this week for racist comments made in…