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The beginning of RUSTON’S NIGHTCLUB

The beginning of RUSTON’S NIGHTCLUB

  BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter   There is a building down Old Grambling Road, past the Thomas Assembly Center, which used to be Ruston’s meat processing plant back in the…

It’s not your Granddad’s clothes: Thrift shopping satisfies the fashion needs and wants of all ages

It’s not your Granddad’s clothes: Thrift shopping satisfies the fashion needs and wants of all ages

  BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter   Before Macklemore released the song “Thrift Shop” in 2012, a town’s thrift store was more than a place to purchase 99-cent fur coats.  …

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…

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…

Eco-car team emanates excellence

Eco-car team emanates excellence

  CODY “TICK” MCELROY Staff Reporter   Driving around Houston, Texas, is not necessarily the best way to test a car’s gas mileage. But that’s exactly what Louisiana Tech’s Eco…

Concrete canoe paddles into first

Concrete canoe paddles into first

  IAN EDWARDS Staff Reporter   Louisiana Tech’s chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers recently put their skills and knowledge on display as they brought home first place…

Big Event gives back to Ruston community

  LACY CAMP Staff Reporter   With an opening message from the mayor of Ruston, Dan Hollingsworth, the Big Event, organized by SGA was officially underway Saturday morning.   “I…

Blind center aims to reduce stigma

  RAY PATTERSON Staff Reporter   The Louisiana Center for the Blind is working to change what it means to be blind.   “We’re trying to take the negative connotations…

Art department helps restore Monroe community

Art department helps restore Monroe community

  IAN EDWARDS Staff Reporter   Tech’s art department has received an opportunity to put their prowess on display across parish lines.   The Downtown Monroe Renaissance Board has chosen…

Debate team excels in Pan American Championship

Debate team excels in Pan American Championship

  Paul Dauterive Staff Reporter   The Louisiana Tech debate team made their way to the international scene when they competed and advanced in an international bilingual competition at the…