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Granny’s opens new Ruston location

Granny’s opens new Ruston location

Frederic Nelson Staff Reporter | fpn001@ latech.edu   There are many food places to choose from around Louisiana Tech campus; however the majority of them typically serve fast food.  …

Architect Kim Yao speaks to students

Architect Kim Yao speaks to students

  FREDERIC NELSON Staff Reporter | fpn001@latech.edu   Louisiana Tech students gathered in the F. Jay Taylor Visual Art Center to hear architect Kim Yao discuss her work and future…

ARTober Fest 2015

ARTober Fest 2015

    PAUL DAUTERIVE Staff Reporter | pdd010@latech.edu   Ruston residents and students were able to taste the local home-brewed and regionally brewed beers at the North Central Louisiana Art…

CenturyLink founder’s story told at Tech

CenturyLink founder’s story told at Tech

  RACHEL MAXWELL  Staff Reporter   When The Golden Rule is mentioned, the founder of a multi-billion dollar corporation is probably not the first thing that jumps to mind.  …

Wesley Foundation invites community to submit art

  CATHERINE BURKE Staff Reporter   Each month the Wesley Foundations hosts an event for students and decided for this month, it would branch out to the art community. The…

Tech English professor releases first book

  LACY CAMP Staff Reporter   Exploring his grandfather’s life turned Louisiana Tech’s English professor Genaro K Lý Smith into a first-time author.   “I wanted to explore his life…

Fall Crawl brings life to downtown

Fall Crawl brings life to downtown

CATHERINE BURKE Staff Reporter Downtown Ruston was open after hours Friday as the first annual Fall Crawl made its way into a few stores.   Makers Union, a locally-owned shop…

Petition to deport Bieber goes to the White House

Petition to deport Bieber goes to the White House

  Paul Dauterive Staff Reporter   After a series of allegations and illegal fiascos, a petition has been made on whitehouse.   gov calling for the deportation of Canadian singer…

Coca-Cola’s Super Bowl commercial sparks a controversy

Coca-Cola’s Super Bowl commercial sparks a controversy

  Cody Sexton Entertainment Editor   “I’d like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony,” sang the multiracial cast of the 1971 Coca-Cola commercial. Forty-three years later, there…

Society pressures students and stars

Society pressures students and stars

    Cody Sexton Entertainment Editor   No matter how many self-help articles are published or anthems are released by pop artists, the pressure placed on young women to be…