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Police searching for assault suspect

  Brennen Lege Staff Reporter   A male Tech student was assaulted late Sunday night near Park Place Apartments by Jenkins.   The student was using a wooded shortcut connecting…

Election Standoff

Election Standoff

      JOHN SADLER Editor-in-Chief   The race between the Democrats and the Republicans for who will control both branches of Congress is coming to a head, with the…

Rosemary’s Kitchen hosts tasting event

Rosemary’s Kitchen hosts tasting event

  BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter   Rosemary’s Kitchen in Ruston held their “Udderly Sweet” taste-testing event Friday, where patrons gathered to treat themselves to free samples from two area companies,…

Louisiana Tech searching for Top Dawgs

  BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter   Louisiana Tech is looking for innovative entrepreneurs to pitch business ideas, which could lead them down a path of opportunities.   On Oct. 28…

Researchers create new 3D printed implants

  BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter     A research team from Louisiana Tech’s biomedical engineering program has pioneered a method that uses commercial, off-the-shelf 3D printers that make medical implants…

International student enrollment declines

  KAILEE COURTS Staff Reporter     While freshman enrollment numbers increased greatly, the number of international students who attend Louisiana Tech has dropped this year.   “We do not…

Tech trades sleep to raise money

Tech trades sleep to raise money

    IAN EDWARDS Staff Reporter     The workers of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital have been making advancements in the field of pediatric cancer research since opening in…

Tech post grad salaries among the highest

  CATHERINE BURKE Staff Reporter     National recognition is becoming more common at Louisiana Tech.   According to PayScale.com, Tech graduates are No. 1 in the state for having…

Tolliver dining offers later hours for hungry Bulldogs

Tolliver dining offers later hours for hungry Bulldogs

KAILEE COURTS Staff Reporter Students with busy schedules now have more eating options on campus later in the evening.     Robert Lubbert, regional district manager for Aramark, said one…

Once abandoned, now protected

Once abandoned, now protected

IAN EDWARDS Staff Reporter Louisiana Tech’s campus was not the only place to have seen an influx of new faces in the past month.   Because of the increase in…