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Ruston to revive Heard building

Ruston to revive Heard building

KACIE KAUFMAN Staff Reporter | kjk019@latech.edu   From destined for demolition to venue for the Ruston Fashion Week finale party, the Heard Building underwent a number of changes lately —…

Check your priorities, NFL

Check your priorities, NFL

Matt Valcho Sports Editor | mvv002@latech.edu   Despite being one of the largest sports league in the world, the National Football League has the public image of a prison league.…

Burroughs ready to lead ‘wolfpack’

Burroughs ready to lead ‘wolfpack’

Alex Heard Staff Reporter | amh072@latech.edu   Last season, the Louisiana Tech baseball team could make anyone believe in magic.   After flying under the radar, at the beginning of…

Anna Blake crowned Miss Tech 2017

Anna Blake crowned Miss  Tech 2017

Starla Gatson Staff Reporter | sjg021@latech.edu   Louisiana Tech’s Howard Auditorium was filled with the sounds of applause as audience members cheered on their favorite contestants in the 61st annual…

Tech near bottom for sexual health

Amber Harrington Staff Reporter | anh038@latech.edu   Although Louisiana Tech may have ranked No. 1 in the State of Louisiana in MONEY’s 2016-2017 Best Colleges report, the university ranked much…

Lincoln Parish Museum hosts ‘Fall Chautauqua’ event series

Lincoln Parish Museum hosts ‘Fall Chautauqua’ event series

Isabela palmieri Staff Reporter | ipa001@latech.edu   Mattie Williams was referred to by many as the “Mother of Louisiana Chautauqua.” A veteran school teacher, Williams started the drive for public…

Downtown Ruston welcomes Railway

Downtown Ruston welcomes Railway

Payton Potter Features Editor | jpp017@latech.edu   Railway Coffee has been roasting in Ruston since 2014, but the specialty small-batch roasting company now has a shop in downtown to call…

Journalism scholarship fund created in honor of Craig Durrett

KACIE KAUFMAN Staff Reporter | kjk019@latech.edu   Friends and colleagues of the late Craig Durrett said excellence, community involvement and commitment to quality newspaper journalism formed the tenets of his…

Sorry, Higgins, I was wrong

Sorry, Higgins, I was wrong

Matt Valcho Sports Editor | mvv002@latech.edu   I have a tendency to be stubborn. I like feeling like I was right or that my way of thing or doing something was…

Tech hosts senatorial debate

Tech hosts senatorial debate

Rachel Maxwell Editor-in-Chief | ram049@latech.edu   From healthcare to weed killer, Louisiana senatorial candidates tackled a range of issues Tuesday night.   The first televised debate between Louisiana senatorial candidates…