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Railroad Fest rocks Ruston

Railroad Fest rocks Ruston

  Bryn Young Staff Reporter | bjy001@ latech.edu   Ruston was treated to a plethora of culture as the inaugural Railroad Festival brought local musicians, artisans and chefs together to…

Tech professor publishes second book

KAILEE COURTS Staff Reporter | kec029@latech.edu     A professor at Louisiana Tech has added another accomplishment to her resume by publishing her second book.   Dolliann Hurtig, assistant professor…

‘Agents of Change’ kicks off Ruston’s Southern Film Circuit

‘Agents of Change’ kicks off Ruston’s Southern Film Circuit

Kacie Kaufman Staff Reporter | kjk019@latech.edu The screening of the independent film “Agents of Change” at the Dixie Center for the Arts brought about a convergence of community members and…

Tri Delta begins recruitment process at Tech

KAILEE COURTS Staff Reporter | kec029@latech.edu Tri Delta is joining the Greek system at Louisiana Tech and they are looking for girls to help start their chapter. Delta Delta Delta…

Outhouse derby returns

Outhouse derby returns

  Dillon Nelson Staff Reporter | djn005@latech.edu The Choudrant Fire Department held its sixth annual Grand National Outhouse Derby Races event Saturday. Residents of The Village of Choudrant lined both sides…

Life Choices explains controversial brochure

Life Choices explains controversial brochure

Amber Harrington Staff Reporter | anh038@latech.edu One local business is now facing backlash after handing out what some students perceived as a controversial brochure. Life Choices, a pro-life organization located…

Local businesses extend hours

Local businesses extend hours

Kailee Courts Staff Reporter | kec029@ latech.edu The Dawghouse, Sundown Tavern and Ponchatoulas have extended their hours, allowing customers to stay until 2 a.m. The City of Ruston passed a…

Tech’s Master’s program named most affordable

ISABELA PALMIERI Staff Writer |  ipa001@latech.edu In recent years, Louisiana Tech University has had no shortage of high national rankings for its education system. Tech’s engineering and technology management online…

Union Board welcomes back students with Fall Fling

Union Board welcomes back students with Fall Fling

KACIE KAUFMAN Staff Reporter | kjk019@latech.edu Louisiana Tech students filled the Lambright Center for a night to celebrate the return to school with the annual Fall Fling. Union Board put…

‘No Place Like Hope’ event tackles suicide

‘No Place Like Hope’  event tackles suicide

  Starla Gatson Staff Reporter | sjg021@ latech.edu Members of Louisiana Tech’s student body were invited to hear and share stories of encouragement at the “No Place Like Hope: Bulldogs…

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