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I believe…Truth can be found in different ways

I believe…Truth can be found in different ways

AMIE ROLLAND Staff Reporter   After suffering a broken heart, Ebarb said she lost her sense of identity. She spent five years in isolation. During that time, Ebarb was diagnosed…

Green research gets boost with $1.1M EDA grant

Green research gets boost with $1.1M EDA grant

AMIE ROLLAND Staff Reporter Tech was one of six schools presented with a federal grant for the i6 Green Challenge, a national competition focused on accelerating entrepreneurship in the United…

Burger Studio reigns supreme

Burger Studio reigns supreme

Opening weeks show promise for new Student Center eatery AMIE ROLLAND Staff Reporter Students can officially have lunch their way thanks to the new Burger Studio located in the Student…

Miss Black and Gold crowned

by Sherelle Black, STAFF REPORTER Six girls competed in the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. scholarship pageant with the hopes of wearing the crown and winning the title of Miss…

LHF grant gives human ecology opportunity to focus on healthy lives

by Amber Guyotte, COPY EDITOR Through a collaboration of funding, Tech’s School of Human Ecology and the Lincoln Health Foundation (LHF) have joined together to promote active, healthy lifestyles for…

‘Fueling the future’

by Kelly Belton, NEWS EDITOR Tech President Dan Reneau announced the beginning of a new partnership between Tech and Murphy Oil USA Tuesday in a venture called MurphyUSA@LATech. Part of…

Ruston recycles

by Sherelle Black, STAFF REPORTER The City of Ruston and Lincoln Parish have partnered to bring the community a monthly recycling day to help Ruston become more eco-friendly. This month’s…

Cable change creates confusion

by Zach Beaird, STAFF REPORTER Many students living on campus returned from the holiday break to find that none of their cable channels worked.  Due to a switch to an…

New Aramark contract lets Tech explore more options

by Sherelle Black, STAFF REPORTER A new year is supposed to bring about change, and that is certainly what students and the Tech Express Office hope to see in 2011.…

Unexpected award proves best gift of all for Robbins

by Sherelle Black, STAFF REPORTER Most married couples spend their spare time watching movies, eating at restaurants or planning vacations, but Kenneth and Dorothy Robbins are the exception to this…