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Students petition for more variety

Students petition for more variety

    FREDEDREIA WILLIS Staff Reporter   Some Louisiana Tech students are signing a petition to add food with better quality and more variety to the cafeteria.   The petition…

Parking decal price increases

KAILEE COURTS Staff Reporter Universities across Louisiana charge their students for parking passes with prices that range from $100 (ULM) to as high as $575 (Tulane). Louisiana Tech has consistently…

Tech freshman enrollment increases

Tech freshman enrollment increases

  CATHERINE BURKE Staff Reporter   The 2014 fall freshmen class at Louisiana Tech is one of the largest in the school’s history, with a 19.4 percent from last year. …

There’s no ‘zero tolerance’ in NFL

There’s no ‘zero tolerance’ in NFL

RAY PATTERSON News Editor Current NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s you-know-what is on the line – and he’s only got himself to blame. Chances are, you’ve heard the name Ray Rice…

Is a tobacco-free school policy necessary?

As we have moved into the 2014-15 school year, students will notice a difference in the atmosphere around the Louisiana Tech University campus. They will pass small red signs and…

Stone Theatre annual lineup

Cody Sexton Managing Editor As a new school year begins and students prepare themselves for full schedules and an onslaught of homework, others, like members of the Stone Theatre, have…

Putting the out in South

Putting the out in South

CODY SEXTON Managing Editor I am not a southerner. Though I have lived in the South for half of my life, the cultural influences have slid off of me like…

Parish Press offers fresh look and coffee

Parish Press offers fresh look and coffee

CATHERINE BURKE Staff Reporter In the wake of the recent closure of the popular local coffee shop Crescent City, a more modern coffee house has arrived in Parish Press. Megan…

College of Business plans construction

College of Business plans construction

BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter Four years after its initial groundbreaking ceremony and two years since its opening, Louisiana Tech’s College of Business building will begin expanding its size this school…

Game Jam highlights student developers from all levels

IAN EDWARDS Staff Reporter For many people who play video games, it is all too easy to see a finished game and forget about the people behind the scenes who…