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We teach and lead, but mostly we learn

We teach and lead, but mostly we learn

  Stacy Gilbert stacyc@latech.edu   When I was asked to write this guest column, I almost declined. In no way did I miss my calling as a writer or a…

Railroad Fest coming to Ruston

Railroad Fest coming to Ruston

  Derek Amaya   As spring brings warm weather to Louisiana Tech University, Ruston is gearing up for a new and exciting festival that not only promises to deliver some…

Learning the new housing system

Learning the new housing system

  Tiffany Wilkins Staff Reporter | tmw048@latech.edu   With everything becoming technologically accessible, Louisiana Tech’s new system StarRez has helped to not only save trees but to also help students…

Kiva Gresham: former Lady Techster still in the game

Kiva Gresham: former Lady Techster still in the game

  John Stack Staff Writer | jes062@latech.edu   Kiva Gresham, soccer lover and Louisiana Tech alumni, returned two years after graduation to share her lifelong love of the game with…

Bulldogs prep for spring game

Bulldogs prep for spring game

  Dillon Nelson Staff Reporter | djn005@latech.edu   Louisiana Tech’s football team practiced last Monday in what was the ninth of 15 total sessions of the spring football season.  …

SPREADING HOPE one meal at a time

SPREADING HOPE one meal at a time

  Amber Harrington News Editor | anh038@latech.edu   When people consider a college student, the first few things that come to mind may be: raging fraternity parties, copious amounts of…

Math Club hosts Geek Week

  Morgan Bernard Staff Reporter | mrb056@ latech.edu   Louisiana Tech students had the chance to let out their “inner geek” March 27-31 by participating in Geek Week, a week-long…

School of Agricultural and Forestry hosts career development event

  Andrew Bell Staff Reporter | agb022@latech.edu   Many junior high and high school students participated in the hands-on experience of the Future Farmers of America Career Development Event Friday,…

Sigma Kappa, Beta Upsilon Chi host bachelor auction

Sigma Kappa, Beta Upsilon Chi host bachelor auction

  Starla gatson Managing Editor| sjg021 @latech.edu   Howard Auditorium was filled with women eager to bid on Louisiana Tech’s most eligible bachelors during the second annual Guys in Ties…

The hidden importance of language

  John Stack Staff Reporter| jes062@latech.edu   Though not requisite for many departments here at Louisiana Tech, the college of Liberal Arts requires a minimum of three foreign language classes…

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