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Tech ranked 10th on magazines’ ‘most prude colleges’ list

JUSTIN FORT News Editor   Although Tech has made many positive headlines this year for becoming a Tier One university, making Kiplinger’s list of 100 schools with the best values…

Kodak has had its last moment

Kodak has had its last moment

NATALIE MCELWEE Staff Reporter   Eastman Kodak Company, known for its slogan “You press the button, we do the rest,” has been a leading innovator in the world of photography…

Coffee franchise adds liquor to the list

Coffee franchise adds liquor to the list

NATALIE MCELWEE Staff Reporter   Starbucks may be changing its image from a coffee mug to a wine glass.   The company announced on Jan. 23 that, in response to…

President Obama addresses economic equality

MOLLY BOWMAN Staff Reporter   President Obama delivered the annual State of the Union Address Jan. 24, which included provisions that could positively affect Tech students in terms of education.…

Phone apps serve educational purpose

Phone apps serve educational purpose

  JUSTIN FORT News Editor   In a world dominated by computers and smart phones, people are accustomed to acquiring the most efficient information in a matter of seconds through…

DJs bring hype to local bar

MARY TIMMONS Editor-in-Chief   The sounds of electronic music could be heard a mile away as disk jockeys Chris Ryo Kepner, Joshua J. Jones and L.A. based band, Hyper Crush,…

Students speak out on Anti-Piracy laws

    Molly Bowman Staff Reporter   New anti-piracy legislation drafted by Congress has caused Internet users to form the largest online protest in history, according to sopastrike.com.   On…

HabiTECH12 builds home for local family

HabiTECH12 builds home for local family

  Natalie McElwee Staff Reporter   For the past six years, Tech students in the school of architecture have reached out to their community by partnering with Habitat for Humanity.…

New 3-D screen to compete with Celebrity

New 3-D screen to compete with Celebrity

  Derek Amaya Staff Reporter   Lincoln Parish movie enthusiasts may receive an early Christmas present this year with the addition of a new movie theater in Ruston.   United…

Students walk to honor King’s legacy

Students walk to honor King’s legacy

AMRIT AWAL Staff Reporter   Tech’s National Society of Black Engineers hosted the community service event “A Walk for Education” Monday. Students knocked on doors and passed out information about…