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Left behind: Summer student workers keep campus company

BLAKE BRANCH News Editor | mbb029@latech.edu As busy and booming as Louisiana Tech’s campus and the Ruston community can be in the fall, it can be equally dull in the…

College of Business breaks ground on additional wing

College of Business breaks ground on additional wing

BLAKE Bolin News Editor | btb017@latech.edu Construction is underway on adding approximately 19,000-square feet to Louisiana Tech’s already state-of-the-art business building. The current business building, which opened its doors in…

Tech Talk staff, journalism faculty win awards

  News Bureau Students and a faculty member from the department of journalism at Louisiana Tech University won 34 awards including 10 first place honors in recent journalism competitions. Students…

College of Business announces their new partnership

Blake Bolin News Editor | btb017@latech.edu The Louisiana Tech College of Business took another major stride forward last month when it announced a partnership with the nationally recognized Dale Carnegie…

Peach Fest draws crowd, breaks record

Peach Fest draws crowd, breaks record

JOHN SADLER Editor-in-Chief | jts040@latech.edu   For the straight 65th year , residents and tourists alike braved blistering Louisiana temperatures for Ruston’s annual Peach Festival.     The event had…

Gay marriage legal in all 50 states

Gay marriage legal in all 50 states

  JOHN SADLER Editor-in-Chief | jts040@latech.edu   In a landmark ruling last Friday, the Supreme Court ruled state bans on same-sex marriages were unconstitutional.   The ruling ends a long…