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Gibson’s opens in Ruston offering organic food

Gibson’s opens in Ruston offering organic food

  MICHAEL HOGE Staff Reporter   Residents around Ruston who enjoy natural and organic foods can rejoice over the opening of a new grocery store to buy these products.  …

Rest in peace Stephen Colbert

Rest in peace Stephen Colbert

  RANEY JOHNSON Contributing Editor   Whenver I give an answer to the question, “why did I choose journalism as a major,” I usually reply Stephen Colbert.   After repeating…

Tech English professor releases first book

  LACY CAMP Staff Reporter   Exploring his grandfather’s life turned Louisiana Tech’s English professor Genaro K Lý Smith into a first-time author.   “I wanted to explore his life…

Award-winning ‘The Last Night of Ballyhoo’

Award-winning ‘The Last Night of Ballyhoo’

  LACY CAMP Staff Reporter   The timeless events from Alfred Uhry’s play “The Last Nigh of Ballyhoo” are coming to life in the Stone Theatre.   The School of…

TECH THE HALLS

TECH THE HALLS

  CODY SEXTON Managing Editor   Louisiana Tech students and Ruston locals were transported to the fictional land of Arendelle when they entered the TONK  for Tech’s annual Tech the…

BLACK & GOLD pageant: Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity hosts annual scholarship pageant

BLACK & GOLD pageant: Alpha Phi Alpha  fraternity hosts annual  scholarship pageant

  KAILEE COURTS Staff Reporter   The annual Miss Black and Gold Scholarship pageant was held last Thursday in Howard Auditorium.   The pageant was organized by the Eta Kappa…

SPEEDY: From unknown to fan favorite

SPEEDY: From unknown to fan favorite

  WILL TRAHAN Staff Reporter    What do you get when you combine hard work, talent, charisma and humility?   You get Kenneth Smith. Better known as “Speedy,” He has…

Humans of Tech: Quincie and Sarah

Humans of Tech: Quincie and Sarah

    Sarah Funderburk (left)  and Quincie McConathy (right) tell the story of their friendship.…

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