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Film scenes shot at festival rodeo

Film scenes shot at festival rodeo

  ALICE ESSIEN Staff Reporter   Shreveport may be the newly proclaimed Hollywood of the south but Ruston has gotten its own little slice of Hollywood as well.   Thanks…

Summer school offers options for students

  CODY SEXTON Staff Reporter   As the academic year comes to a close, many students look forward to a summer break.   While those students plan vacations, others will…

Completing the journey

Completing the journey

  RANEY JOHNSON Multimedia Editor   Spending three days in Seattle, four days in Zion National Park in Utah and five days in Yosemite are only a small part of…

Tech maintains gold at Eco-marathon

Tech maintains gold at Eco-marathon

  PAUL HARRIS Staff Reporter   Tech students were able to garner national attention once again for their award-winning, fuel-efficient vehicles.   Heath Tims, EcoCar faculty adviser, traveled with 19…

Future of Ruston discussed

Future of Ruston discussed

  PAUL HARRIS Staff Reporter   Representatives from Ruston and Louisiana Tech came together in a forum to exchange ideas on how to build the relationship between the two.  …

Debate team dominates

Debate team dominates

  Team competes at Purdue, brings back major awards   KELSY KERSHAW News Editor   World issues and public speaking are not all debate is about, at least not for…

Things made easier for foreign students

  KAAMILYA SALAAM Staff Reporter    In a quiet conference room in University Hall, a student sits concentrating on the next big venture.   Anthony Tchakounte, a sophomore finance major,…

Search for God particle continues

  JOHN SADLER Staff Reporter   In 1964, Peter Higgs predicted the Higgs Boson, a particle so important it has been named the “God particle.”   Forty-nine years later, physicists…

Tech student goes wild

Tech student goes wild

  ADDIE MARTIN News Editor   In October 2012, Scott Pumphrey was online shopping for some new rock climbing pants when he came across a link for Patagonia’s affiliates.  …

SGA finds new ideas at annual conference

  DANIEL GETSINGER Staff Reporter   There are always new ideas and new thoughts that arise everyday, and some ways are better than others. These are a few things that…