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Campus organizations bond students with similar interests

by Tina Marie Alvarenga Tech offers many opportunities for students to meet new friends and interact with other students. Allison Alesce, a Union Board member and a sophomore general studies…

My Band application assists in promoting artists

by Ines Shahien ReverbNation.com announced the launch of My Band, an application designed to help artists with promoting themselves and their songs, on the Web site www.facebook.com July 17. Jed…

Spend a summer in London

by Jennifer Eddington This summer, students in the Tech London program had the opportunity to experience a new place and culture as well as be a part of the history…

Opportunity to study in Costa Rica available

by Richard Wolfe Zip-lining through the rain forest, white water rafting and Spanish speaking sponsors left some lucky language students speechless. Twelve students and two professors journeyed to Costa Rica…

Sororities, frats offer networking around campus

by Lacy Patton and Tina Marie Alvarenga Students coming to an unfamiliar town like Ruston may find it easier to meet new people by joining one of 20 sororities or…

Considine known for academic and athletic prowess

by Lyndsey Lovelady Tech athletes have been successfully balancing both academics with their athletic careers, making names for themselves as they continue to excel in the classroom as well as…

School e-mail vital in distributing information

by Elizabeth DeGrie Though it has been months since tragedy struck Virginia Tech, students still wonder what would happen if an emergency occurred on Louisiana Tech’s campus. For now, the…

ID misuse can lead to trouble

by Lyndsey Lovelady Tech Express-issued student identification cards may seem like nothing more than worn pieces of plastic, but misuse of ID cards is grounds for disciplinary action. Dicky Crawford,…

Marriage is not a race

by Elizabeth DeGrie My family is one that emphasizes the need for a girl to find marital bliss. My mother often informs me of the necessary reasons behind finding a…

Make the most out of college

by Richard Sisson Overwhelmed. That was the biggest singular sensation I can remember from my first semester in college. I remember feeling alone and helpless and wildly unfamiliar with everything…