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Alpha Chi Omega hosts ‘Walk a Mile’ event

Alpha Chi Omega hosts ‘Walk a Mile’ event

AMBER HARRINGTON Staff Reporter | anh038@ latech.edu     Men and women alike took part in Alpha Chi Omega’s “Walk A Mile In Their Shoes” march Saturday at R.L. Cook Park,…

Carney speaks on women’s role in Evangelical church

ISABELA PALMIERI Staff Reporter | ipa001@latech.edu       Louisiana Tech’s history department celebrated Women’s History Month by co-hosting a talk about the change in women’s presence in the evangelical…

Alpha Phi Alpha hosts step show

KEIERA BELL Staff Reporter |  klb072@latech.edu     Louisiana Tech might not have all the traditional African American Greek organizations, but those present are working to build their membership.  …

Human rights activist holds lecture at Tech

AMBER HARRINGTON Staff Reporter | anh038@latech.edu       A single incident during her teen years set Aimee Murphy’s life on a completely new path.     When Murphy was…

Tech revives Up ’til Dawn program to benefit St. Jude

STARLA GATSON Staff Reporter | sjg021@ latech.edu       Louisiana Tech has joined St. Jude Children’s Hospital’s Up ‘til Dawn campaign and welcomed a new on-campus organization devoted to…

Mayor Ronny Walker speaks at SGA meeting

STARLA GATSON Staff Reporter | sjg021@latech.edu   As Louisiana Tech prepares to modernize its campus and step into the future, the city of Ruston reveals plans to move with it.…

Dudley returns to Tech for women’s engineering talk

KEIERA BELL Staff Reporter | klb072@ latech.edu       Louisiana Tech’s National Society of Black Engineers want future engineers to know more about career opportunities, necessary business connections and…

‘Guys in Ties’ raises money for Alzheimer’s research

‘Guys in Ties’ raises money for Alzheimer’s research

PAYTON  POTTER  Staff Reporter | jpp017@ latech.edu     As the doors to Howard Auditorium opened, a crowd of women  entered, ready to buy a date with the eligible bachelor…

Farmer’s Market establishes new downtown location

PAYTON POTTER Staff Reporter | jpp017@ latech.edu       This spring, Ruston Farmers Market will open the doors of its new, downtown Ruston home.     Jean McWeeney, the president…

Tech nursing department receives award

Tech nursing department receives award

JONATHAN SHAUL Staff Reporter | jds103@latech.edu     Louisiana Tech’s nursing department was recently named the Nursing School of the Year in Louisiana at the 2016 Louisiana Nurses Foundation Nightingale…