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VISTA partnership combines science and art

VISTA partnership combines science and art

  John Stack Staff Reporter | jes062@ latech.edu   There is a new collaboration at Louisiana Tech, VISTA (Visual Integration of Science Through Art), which seeks to offer students a…

ANS students and faculty members recognized for contributions

ANS students and faculty members recognized for contributions

  ANDREW BELL Staff Reporter | agb022@ latech.edu   Top performing students from the College of Applied and Natural Sciences presented, and were awarded for their hard work at ANS…

STEAM after school program launched

STEAM after school program launched

  KACIE KAUFMAN News Editor | kjk019@ latech.edu   Egg cartons, plastic containers, and other recycled and repurposed materials were constructed into “pet washes” by third through fifth graders during…

Mental illness and modern media

Mental illness and modern media

  It is no secret that today’s entertainment industry relies on the use of “trendy” topics to attract attention and gain viewers. But one popular topic has been met with…

Big dreams and a backward hat

Big dreams and a backward hat

  While cleaning up my garage, I stumbled upon my first Tech ID in an old box filled with newspaper clippings and baseball cards. As I picked it up and…

Trump’s first 100 days

Trump’s first 100 days

  April 29 marked Day 100 for President Donald Trump. The milestone may seem arbitrary, as though it was simply made significant because 100 is a grand number and the…

Bad apples: everybody’s got them

Bad apples: everybody’s got them

  Before I left for college, I was given three very important pieces of advice: have fun, study hard and most importantly, don’t become a liberal.   Unfortunately, I’ve come…

Mayfest, tweaked from last year’s Springfest, premieres soon

  Andrew Bell Staff Reporter | agb022@latech.edu   On campus radio station, KLPI, hopes to overflow the Tolliver parking lot with the sound of music May 11, as it hosts…

Tech theater department debuts its performance of ‘Rumors’

Tech theater department debuts its performance of ‘Rumors’

  Dillon Nelson Staff Reporter | djn005@latech.edu   Tech theater department will stage Neil Simon’s “Rumors” May 3-7.   The play is a two-act farce about the hijinks of a…

Peelander-Z returns to Ruston’s Sundown Tavern for another show

Peelander-Z returns to Ruston’s Sundown Tavern for another show

  Dillon Nelson Staff Reporter | djn005@latech.edu   Ruston got another dose of Japanese-flavored-fun Saturday as everyone’s favorite punk-rock aliens rocked out at Sundown Tavern.   Peelander-Z, Ruston’s premiere anime-meets-comic-book-styled…

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