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Military parade honors cadets

Military  parade  honors  cadets

    IAN EDWARDS Staff Reporter   Louisiana Tech’s chapter of the United States Air Force Reserve Officers’ Training Corps recently held its annual Military Parade. However, there were no…

Suicide walk sees success

Suicide walk sees success

  BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter   Josh Chovanec was not reluctant to talk about the moment that changed his life and inspired him to start a new annual event at…

Fresh food from farmers:

Fresh food from farmers:

  Outdoor market offers local food, items   ELLIE MOSLANDER Staff Reporter   The smell of fresh food fills the air as visitors go from tent to tent to meet…

Lily Allen leaves us little faith for ‘Sheezus’

Lily Allen leaves us little faith for ‘Sheezus’

CODY SEXTON Entertainment Editor Apparently family life is more taxing on a person than we first expected, because Lily Allen sounds tired on her first album in five years.  …

‘Putnam County Spelling Bee’ was an H-I-T

‘Putnam County Spelling Bee’ was an H-I-T

  BRENNEN LEGE     Staff Reporter If laughter is the perfect medicine, then there was enough of it in Howard Auditorium the evening of the first showing of “The 25th…

Skinny is not the new pretty

Skinny is not the new pretty

  KELSY KERSHAW Magazine Editor   Thirty-six, 24, 36 — this is the definition of a perfect woman’s body.   At least, it is what most of society claims as…

Oh Lorde, here we go again

Oh Lorde, here we go again

  CODY SEXTON Entertainment Editor   When an artist releases an album, they run the risk of people disliking their work. Often, an artist will receive a negative review and…

Salaries are not the same

Salaries are not the same

  KALEB CAUSEY Editor-in-Chief   Ever since Louisiana Tech men’s basketball head coach Mike White signed a new contract for $600,000 per year, I have heard people complaining all across…

Louisiana Legislature proposing TOPS reform

  After discussing important issues like making the Bible the official state book, the Louisiana Legislature has moved on to its next big issue, TOPS reform. The Taylor Opportunity Program…

May 15 only day to register for Barksdale classes

  NEWS SERVICES   Students who live in or near Shreveport can take summer classes at Louisiana Tech- Barksdale. May 15 is the only day for civilians to register and…