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It’s not your Granddad’s clothes: Thrift shopping satisfies the fashion needs and wants of all ages

It’s not your Granddad’s clothes: Thrift shopping satisfies the fashion needs and wants of all ages

  BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter   Before Macklemore released the song “Thrift Shop” in 2012, a town’s thrift store was more than a place to purchase 99-cent fur coats.  …

Campus continues to be a cultural melting pot: As Nepal Night enters its ninth year, students reflect on the ethnic culture it brings to campus

Campus continues to be a cultural melting pot: As Nepal Night enters its ninth year, students  reflect on the ethnic culture it brings to campus

    MICHAEL HOGE  Staff Reporter   The Namaste Nepal Association held its ninth Nepal Night to showcase Nepal’s many different cultural elements.   The presenters demonstrated many traditional dances…

Physics professor presents science on the big screen

Physics professor presents  science on the big screen

  BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter    The next epidemic might be right around the corner.   However, the disease spreading the nation this time is not a new strain of…

‘Glee’ bows out with its final season

‘Glee’ bows out with its final season

  CODY SEXTON Managing Editor   To be honest, I had done what the cast of “Glee” begged viewers not to do in its very first episode: I had stopped…

Stone Theatre springs into preparation for the new quarter

Stone Theatre springs into preparation for the new quarter

  BLAKE BRANCH  Staff Reporter    Spring quarter is a hectic time for the students and professors in the Louisiana Tech School of Performing Arts.   There is a loaded…

Merci Buku, New Orleans

Merci Buku, New Orleans

  BLAKE BRANCH Staff Reporter   Take a stroll through the grounds of the Buku Music and Art Project and one can find lights flashing, bass blasting and a chorus…

Kendrick crafts another masterpiece

Kendrick crafts another masterpiece

  JOHN SADLER  Editor-in-Chief   When Kendrick Lamar’s album “To Pimp a Butterfly” dropped (accidently? No one really knows) on iTunes a week early, the rap world was taken aback.…

Students’ studying sidekicks

Students’ studying sidekicks

  CALEB DANIEL  Staff Reporter   Malia Munn sits alone at a table at Parish Press coffee house, bent over her textbook, with her earphones playing music softly.   “My…

Hot shooting Owls oust Tech from NIT

Hot shooting Owls oust Tech from NIT

  Jared King Sports Editor   Louisiana Tech’s season ended the same way it began, with a trip to the “City of Brotherly Love.” But the Temple Owls showed little…

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