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The Civil Rights Act of 1964: A new era

The Civil Rights  Act of 1964: A new era

  Cody “Tick” McElroy Managing Editor “God  had answered our prayers,” said Lee Dell Francis of Jonesboro on the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Francis was 39 years old and…

Transformers: Age of Ex-stinks-ion

Transformers: Age of Ex-stinks-ion

Ray Patterson Staff Reporter It seems as if all Michael Bay can do these days is fool studios into committing millions upon millions of dollars into CGI effects and not…

Reliving the best of the 1980s

Reliving the best of the 1980s

  The Molly Ringwalds rock the sounds of the past   Ray Patterson Staff Reporter Hailing from Sheffield, England, The Molly Ringwalds now call New Orleans home and Friday night…

Freedom is always fleeting

  Former President Bill Clinton said, “There is nothing wrong with America that cannot be cured by what is right with America.” The Declaration of Independence was signed 238 years…

A rebirth of the Renaissance man?

A rebirth of the Renaissance man?

Cody “Tick” McElroy Managing Editor  I have a friend. He graduated here from Tech in nursing. He works out of Monroe using his degree. But he has another hobby, a…

Ann Coulter needs a red card

Ann Coulter needs a red card

  RAY PATTERSON Editor-In-Chief Every four years, nations around the globe dawn their colors and get behind their team as they compete for the World Cup. Here in American, soccer…

Tech nutrition program offers online value

Tech nutrition program offers online value

Ray Patterson Editor-in-Chief  Louisiana Tech University’s nutrition program now boasts the second most affordable online degree program in the country according to OnlineU.org. OnlineU is a free online resource that…

Ruston native continues family legacy while staying young at heart

Ruston native continues family legacy while  staying young at heart

BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter Without an alarm, Stephanie Goff is up every morning at around five or six to greet the day. The 71-year-old still feels as good as she…

Goff set to lead Bulldog baseball forward

Goff set to lead Bulldog baseball forward

Ray Patterson Staff Reporter Louisiana Tech found their new head baseball coach in former Campbell University skipper, Greg Goff. After spending seven years in Buies Creek, a city in central…

Club aims for campus skatepark

Club aims for campus skatepark

Cody “Tick” McElroy Managing Editor Three students are on a campaign to add a skate park to campus recreational facilities. They recently presented a proposal to Bobby Dowling, director of…

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