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String quartet to give special performance

by Robert Wilson, ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR World-renowned chamber musicians, the St. Petersburg String Quartet, will make their Ruston debut with a special concert at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 1 in Howard Auditorium,…

Kutcher, Portman prove themselves

by Kelly Belton, NEWS EDITOR Cleverly convincing, “No Strings Attached” portrays a man and a woman on a quest to keep their relationship purely physical, taking moviegoers to the heart…

School of Art to host national competition

by Sherelle Black, STAFF REPORTER Thirty-three artists from across the nation will have their artwork featured in Tech’s first national juried art competition, bringing their creative profession to life in…

Sundown concert celebrates General Patterson’s birthday

by Robert Wilson, ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Sundown Tavern patrons stood at attention to pay tribute to West Monroe’s General Patterson for the musician’s 50th birthday, commemorated with a concert Friday night. …

Band perseveres through Hard Times

by Robert Wilson, ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR It is a Herculean task to name more than a handful of punk bands who have been not only active, but consistently successful, for three…

Student published on Chicago website

by Amber Guyotte, COPY EDITOR Out of hundreds of photographs submitted, one Tech student’s passion was able to shine through all the prints. Mandi Zimmer, a senior photography major from…

MFA art show displays graduate student talent

by Zach Beaird, STAFF REPORTER The artwork of 10 graduate students was displayed at the MFA Grad Show Jan. 14 at the Louisiana Tech Enterprise Center. The gallery includes art…

KABMan makes recycling super heroic

by Mary Timmons and Robert Wilson, STAFF REPORTER And ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Combining exciting fight choreography with an environmentally-responsible message, the Tech Theatre Players’ production of “KAB Man” entertained audiences during…

Cage The Elephant newest CD celebrates more than birthdays

by Robert Wilson, ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Kentucky’s most unusual quintet returned to the recording studio last year with fresh lessons of road life and scars of personal struggle, emerging with “Thank…

Movie anticipation falls short

by Haley Kraemer, COPY EDITOR Nicholas Cage’s “Season of the Witch” is marketed as an eerie tale of two 14th century- Crusaders tasked with transporting an accused witch to a…