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‘Show at the Joe’ provides fun for community

by Sherelle Black, STAFF REPORTER High pitched screams, laughter and the aroma of hot jambalaya and crawfish filled the air as Elizabeth Bridges walked into the Joe Aillet Stadium. Bridges,…

Dad balances teaching son, fatherly duties

by Zach Beaird, STAFF REPORTER A day in the life of a typical family begins each morning in a fast-paced bustle to get to school or work as each member…

Theater major fights parent onstage, in class

by Sherelle Black, STAFF REPORTER After high school graduation, most students cannot wait for the chance to venture away from home for a college experience outside the reach of Mom…

Beyond the lines of duty

by Hayden Haynes & Rebecca Spence , STAFF REPORTERS Recently on a ride-along with a Tech officer, he received a call. A student had invited a friend to Ruston for…

Adding spice to your life

by Dacia Idom, STAFF REPORTER Unhealthy and fast are two words that accurately describe the meals of most college students. As reported in a research study by the University of…

Ready for Rubik

by Amie Rolland & Justin Fort , STAFF REPORTERS There’s half a minute on the clock. What can you do? In 30 seconds, the average college student can send a…

University concerns overwhelm students

by Patrick Boyd, STAFF REPORTER January 28, 2011. Sara Senn is worried. Almost two weeks after the MLK holiday, Senn, an early education major, was told by someone during a…

Picking up the pieces

by Mary Timmons, STAFF REPORTER Japan was struck by tragedy March 11 when an earthquake causing a tsunami to sweep across the country destroyed villages and towns along its eastern…

Black History Month

by Sherelle Black, STAFF REPORTER “Faith is taking the first step, even when you don’t see the whole staircase.” Martin Luther King Jr. first said these words, but Dustin Vessel…

Black History Month

by Zach Beaird, STAFF REPORTER With Black History Month now in full swing, its celebration and observance can be seen all throughout Lincoln Parish. At Grambling State University, Black History…