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Circle K hosts Special Olympics

Circle K hosts Special Olympics

  BLAKE BOLIN Staff Reporter   Last Friday Tech’s Circle K organization hosted the North Central Special Olympics at Ruston High School.   Katie Hickingbottom, a sophomore history major and…

Cane’s to compete with new Zaxby’s

Addie Martin Staff Reporter   Spreading their wings into the Ruston market, students will soon be able to buy “zalads,” wings, “fingerz” or sandwiches from the newest addition to the…

UP IN SMOKE

UP IN SMOKE

Tech fraternity house blazes, residents displaced   ALICE ESSIEN Staff Reporter   Around 10 a.m. Jan. 18, the Ruston Fire Department responded to an emergency call reporting that Tech’s chapter…

Search for Tech XXI continues

Search for Tech XXI continues

  RANEY JOHNSON Staff Reporter   The process to replace Tech XX, who died last summer, is still ongoing. Replacing a deceased or retired mascot has continued since 1932 when…

HabiTECH connects the university to community

HabiTECH connects the university to community

  ALICE ESSIEN Staff Reporter   Equipped with 171 days, 12 fourth-year architecture students and the material to make a house, HabiTECH13 set out to complete its eighth community restoration…

Bridging the gap between old and new

Bridging the gap between old and new

  KAAMILYA SALAAM Staff Reporter   When architecture professor William Willoughby peers out across campus from the stairs of Keeny Hall, he sees different eras of Tech’s history through its…

University announces new orientation leaders

University announces new orientation leaders

  KELSY KERSHAW Staff Reporter   “Jump, dance and sing, you made it,”—those were the best seven words Jessi Fitts had ever read.   Fitts, a sophomore psychology major, was…

A. E. Phillips’ middle schoolers cheer their way to the top

A. E. Phillips’ middle schoolers cheer their way to the top

  ADDIE MARTIN Staff Reporter   A – E – P. Yell It, White. Blue. Bullpup, Spell It, Crowd, Yell It! Come On, A! Louder, E! Shout It, P! A…

Conspiracy theories create chaos

  KELSY KERSHAW Staff Reporter   For different historical tragedies, people conjure up conspiracies. Andrew McKevitt said these theories are not valid.   McKevitt, an assistant professor of history, said…

Old business building to be demolished by end of school year

Old business building to be demolished by end of school year

  KELSY KERSHAW Staff Reporter   By the end of the school year, brick space should be replaced with green space where the old College of Business building now stands.…