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For the love of LEGOs

For the love of LEGOs

  CALEB DANIEL  Staff Reporter     Six-year-old Oli Deal’s latest LEGO creation, dubbed “Robotic Battle Machine 3,” was built to capture a very specific type of bad guy.  …

CenturyLink founder’s story told at Tech

CenturyLink founder’s story told at Tech

  RACHEL MAXWELL  Staff Reporter   When The Golden Rule is mentioned, the founder of a multi-billion dollar corporation is probably not the first thing that jumps to mind.  …

Songfest

Songfest

  Sororities and fraternities danced for a cause at the annual Greek Week Songfest on April 21 in Howard Auditorium.   Viewers either paid $1, which was donated to Medcamps…

Young Thug plays it safe on his new record

Young Thug plays it safe on his new record

  JOHN SADLER  Editor-in-Chief   Young Thug is the crown prince of weird.   He’s famous for his ridiculous and catchy choruses (“I’m a stoner, I’m a stoner, I’m a…

Good food for a good cause

Good food for a good cause

    BRENNEN LEGE  Staff Reporter   Louisiana Tech’s Sigma Kappa sorority found a way to use a native Creole dish in order to serve a humanitarian purpose.   The…

A cut in education is not the solution

  Recently Gov. Bobby Jindal has proposed a plan for budget cuts to higher education institutions.   These cuts mean the state could face an 82 percent reduction, which would…

LSU survey displays citizens opinions

LSU survey displays citizens opinions

  BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter   About 1,000 Louisiana citizens answered a survey this year that listed their problems with the state legislature to help give the legislature an idea…

Students connect closely with community at The Big Event

Students connect closely with community at The Big Event

  RACHEL MAXWELL  Staff Reporter   Despite looming clouds and the temptation to sleep in on a Saturday morning, students filled the stands of Joe Alliet Stadium to lend a…

The South isn’t just a stereotype

The South isn’t just a stereotype

  JOHN SADLER  Editor-in-Chief   There is a prevailing notion in our society that The South is an awful place to live.   Too many people see our region as…

Gender wage gap issue draws differing opinions

  BLAKE BRANCH  Staff Reporter   April 14 was Equal Pay Day nationwide, and people across the country stopped to voice their feelings about the need for equal pay in…