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Gangnam Style:

Gangnam Style:

America’s love or hoax?   KAITLYN CARROLL Contributing Reporter   Oppa gangnam style.   These three words have been sung, watched, imitated, danced to and laughed at on YouTube by…

Ruston welcomes the 3rd annual ARToberfest

Ruston welcomes the 3rd annual ARToberfest

ADDIE MARTIN Staff Reporter   Beer, music and food are key in what the North Central Louisiana Arts Council expects to be a memorable Friday evening as they host the…

Mumford & Sons delivers emotional sophomore album

Mumford & Sons delivers emotional sophomore album

  DEREK AMAYA Associate Sports Editor   Love is a powerful four-letter word with a meaning most people do not need a dictionary to understand.   Once mankind started roaming…

Hearn rocks out

Hearn rocks out

  ALLISON EAST Staff Reporter   In a small town like Ruston, running into a professor while grocery shopping or eating dinner is a frequent occurrence. Students share stores, restaurants,…

Sundown Tavern offers a toe-tapping good time

Sundown Tavern offers a toe-tapping good time

  ZACH GRIFFITH Staff Reporter   The sun sets above the roof just as the band starts playing their instruments every Wednesday evening at Sundown Tavern. Guitar, harmonica and drums…

Tech student chases dreams

Tech student chases dreams

  GRACE MOORE Staff Reporter   Many individuals search for fame, though perhaps they aim too high and bypass the smaller stepping-stones toward the same far-fetched future.   Christian Stamps,…

Discovering Jazz Fest

Discovering Jazz Fest

The music keeps going on and on   GRACE MOORE Staff Reporter  PATRICK BOYD Entertainment Editor   Sunscreen, check. Lawn chairs, check. Hand sanitizer, check. Ticket, check. A day of…

Big-name bands rock spring concert

Big-name bands rock spring concert

  GRACE MOORE Staff Reporter   The Union Board took a sizeable risk inviting The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus and 3OH!3 to perform for the spring concert this year.   Although…

NOLA festival to feature jazzy lineup

NOLA festival to feature jazzy lineup

  GRACE MOORE Staff Reporter   For 10 days each year, hundreds of thousands of people gather at the New Orleans Fair Grounds to indulge in both unique and well-known…

‘Underwater Sunshine’ does not impress

‘Underwater Sunshine’ does not impress

  NATALIE MCELWEE Staff Reporter   The Counting Crows sixth album, “Underwater Sunshine (Or What We Did This Summer)” is an album full of hits and misses, reminiscent melodies and…