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Sexual assault laws ignored

Sexual assault laws  ignored

  RAY PATTERSON News Editor   Findings from a national survey show colleges and universities nationwide are violating federal law by failing to investigate sexual assaults on campus, according to…

Swimming Seniors: These Bulldogs still have some BITE in them

Swimming Seniors: These Bulldogs still have some BITE  in them

BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter At seven o’clock in the morning on a Monday, 94-year-old Sedonia Givens uses a walker to enter Louisiana Tech’s Adult Fitness Water Exercise class. The class,…

Fall TV lineup has freaks and ‘Frozen’

Fall TV lineup has freaks and ‘Frozen’

Information compiled by Cody Sexton Gotham In the wake of the success of other super hero shows like the CW’s “Arrow” and ABC’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,”     Fox jumped…

Once abandoned, now protected

Once abandoned, now protected

IAN EDWARDS Staff Reporter Louisiana Tech’s campus was not the only place to have seen an influx of new faces in the past month.   Because of the increase in…

Volleyball finding chemistry early

Volleyball finding chemistry early

  WILL TRAHAN Staff Reporter   Head Coach Adriano de Souza is in his third season as the Lady Techster volleyball coach.   After a 7-22 season last year, the…

Fall Crawl brings life to downtown

Fall Crawl brings life to downtown

CATHERINE BURKE Staff Reporter Downtown Ruston was open after hours Friday as the first annual Fall Crawl made its way into a few stores.   Makers Union, a locally-owned shop…

Techsters to begin conference play

Techsters to begin conference play

  Will Trahan Staff Reporter   The Lady Techsters soccer team is halfway through its season and with Conference USA play about to heat up, head coach Kevin Sherry and…

Students petition for more variety

Students petition for more variety

    FREDEDREIA WILLIS Staff Reporter   Some Louisiana Tech students are signing a petition to add food with better quality and more variety to the cafeteria.   The petition…

Parking decal price increases

KAILEE COURTS Staff Reporter Universities across Louisiana charge their students for parking passes with prices that range from $100 (ULM) to as high as $575 (Tulane). Louisiana Tech has consistently…

Talkin’ ‘bout my generation

Talkin’ ‘bout my generation

FROM THE EDITOR JOHN SADLER Editor-In-Chief I was clicking around on the Internet the other day when I stumbled across an article on Quark.com titled “How to hire millenials– and…

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