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Students to decide Natatorium’s fate

Students to decide Natatorium’s fate

  Rebecca Alvarez Staff Reporter   The countdown begins. In four weeks, the Continuing Education water aerobics class will end. In four weeks, the direction of the M.S. Carroll Natatorium…

Merger Raises Concern

  Hannah Schilling Staff Reporter   The futures of Louisiana Tech University and Louisiana State University at Shreveport lie in the hands of 144 legislators sitting in the Louisiana State…

Gingrich speaks to students

Gingrich speaks to students

  KELLY BELTON & KALEB CAUSEY Contributing Editor & Staff Reporter   Presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich made a town hall-style stop by Tech’s campus Tuesday morning just days before Louisiana…

Illegalities of file sharing discussed

Illegalities of file sharing discussed

  ALWAYNE GREEN  Staff Reporter   A single song on iTunes usually costs .99 cents.   Some students, whether ignorantly or knowingly, prefer taking a $15,000 risk of illegally downloading…

Bright expectations for intramural additions

Bright expectations for  intramural additions

  AUSTIN VINING  Staff Reporter   Built in 1981, the Maxie Lambright Intramural Sports Center has slated the opening of its state-of-the-art additions April 16.   The new additions include…

D.A.R.T battles domestic violence

Molly Bowman Staff Reporter The Senate Judiciary Committee passed a bill Feb. 2 to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act to help combat the issue of domestic violence in America.…

Students win Art from the G.U.T.

Students win Art from the G.U.T.

Lisa Plaisance Staff Reporter   Tech students took home first, second and third places at the Art from the G.U.T. opening reception Friday night in a competition against the University…

African American history celebrated

  Amrit Awal Staff Reporter February doesn’t only have cold and wet weather but also a brief moment to remember and reflect on African American history.   In honor of…

Nashville artist posters displayed

Nashville artist posters displayed

    Amrit Awal Staff Reporter   Tech students and faculty gathered at F. Jay Taylor Visual Arts Center on Feb. 7 for the opening of an artist talk show,…

Sunday alcohol sales supported

Sunday alcohol sales supported

With new ordinance comes new opportunity   NATALIE MCELWEE Staff Reporter PATRICK BOYD News Editor   Mildred Peterson can remember a time when nobody in Ruston mentioned alcohol.   Peterson,…