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Sean Penn’s inadequate interview

Sean Penn’s inadequate interview

John Sadler Features Editor | jts019latech.edu    What would you do if you had a chance to interview the most powerful drug lord on the planet? A man who had…

Movie Review: The Revenant

Movie Review: The Revenant

    JOHN SADLER Features Editor| jts040@ latech.edu    Occasionally I’ll encounter a movie, like “Shame or “The Master,” that mentally exhausts me.   Mentally, I was disturbed when I…

Music Review: Blackstar

Music Review: Blackstar

  JOHN SADLER  Features Editor| jts040@ latech.edu   On Jan. 10, the world lost David Bowie.   Known by his many alternate personas and his always shifting stance on popular…

The thing about Trump

The thing about Trump

Ellie Moslander Editor-In-Chief | emo012@latech.edu    Donald Trump opened his most recent campaign rally in Pensacola, Florida, with a patriotic song performed by children dressed to resemble the American flag.…

Walmart Neighborhood Market opens in Ruston

Walmart Neighborhood Market opens in Ruston

Kerry Waguespack Staff Reporter | kfw005@ latech.edu   The city of Ruston welcomed a new grocery store to town as Walmart Neighborhood Market opened on Jan. 13.   Ruston residents…

Is what you post on Facebook grounds for being fired?

As social media trends continue to rise and individuals continue to snap, tweet, update and post, more and more social media users are becoming braver with their opinions, sharing their…

The Greek system is not evil

The Greek system is not evil

Rachel Maxwell Managing Editor | ram049@latech.edu    For the past few years, Greek life has been synonymous with controversy. From hazing, to racist chants to shallow videos, if you aren’t…

Jake Dugard: Artist, professor and businessman

Jake Dugard: Artist, professor and businessman

  Whether he’s teaching graphic design at Tech or running the Makers Union, Jake Dugard has a hand in many aspects of Ruston’s art scene.   KERRY WAGUESPACK Staff Reporter |…

Hoverboard use banned on campus

Princess Warren Staff Reporter |pcw0050@ latech.edu   No longer can students hover from one class to another as Louisiana Tech officials have recently placed a campus wide ban on the…

Students celebrate MLK day

Students celebrate MLK day

Raheem Proctor Staff Reporter | rjp020@ latech.edu    In remembrance of Martin Luther King Jr. accomplishments, Louisiana Tech students were able to participate in a balloon release Friday, Jan. 15,…

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