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From LA to L.A.

From LA to L.A.

  Terry Pittman Jr. Staff Reporter | tgp005@latech.edu     The majority of college students spend their summers at dream vacation or at interning at a job in their future…

A Comeback Story: Completed

A Comeback Story: Completed

  Andrew Bell Staff Reporter | agb022@latech.edu   It was second and goal on the 4-yard line, with the game tied. Jaqwis Dancy had just gotten a carry and was…

My first Mother’s Day: Expecting student looks forward to her first Mother’s Day as a parent

My first Mother’s Day: Expecting student looks forward to her first Mother’s Day as a parent

  Raheem Proctor Staff Reporter | rjp020@latech.edu   Mother’s Day is  Sunday, and one Louisiana Tech student is about to experience her very first one as a mom-to-be.   Ashli…

Aerospace Engineering Club aims high

Aerospace Engineering Club aims high

  John Stack Staff Reporter | jes062@ latech.edu   The new College of Engineering and Science’s (COES) Aerospace Engineering Club has high sights for the potential of both the students…

The story of Bob Hurtig: Centenarian reminisces on his time as a bomber during WWII

The story of Bob Hurtig: Centenarian reminisces on his time as a bomber during WWII

  Bryn Young Staff Reporter | bjy001@latech.edu   Ruston resident  Robert Hurtig  turns 100 years old in a month, but it would be difficult to  to tell this by meeting…

Students seek alternative ways to pay for school

Students seek alternative ways to pay for school

  Raheem Proctor Staff Reporter | rjp020@latech.edu   Every college student is not fortunate enough to have their full tuition paid, waived or assisted.   There are those who earned…

SPREADING HOPE one meal at a time

SPREADING HOPE one meal at a time

  Amber Harrington News Editor | anh038@latech.edu   When people consider a college student, the first few things that come to mind may be: raging fraternity parties, copious amounts of…

City of Ruston invests in local artist

City of Ruston invests in local artist

  Jonathan Shaul Staff Reporter | jds103@latech.edu   According to social norms, painting on a public wall can be considered vandalism, but the city of  Ruston decided to break that…

Tech students burn the midnight oil

Tech students burn the midnight oil

  Students discuss the challenge of balancing life, work and school   Dillon Nelson Staff Reporter| djn005@latech.edu   Some places around Ruston and Louisiana Tech stay open 24/7, late into…

The path to citizenship

The path to citizenship

  Isabela Palmieri shares her journey of becoming a U.S. citizen   KACIE KAUFMAN News Editor | kjk019@latech.edu   Each year in the United States, many who hold the status…

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