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Bestselling author comes to Tech

Bestselling author comes to Tech

  Sister Helen Prejean presented Tuesday on her experiences with the death penalty   Ian Edwards Staff Reporter   Tech has hosted many famous figures over the years, and Tuesday…

‘Blackfish’ only shows dark side of Sea World

‘Blackfish’ only shows dark side of Sea World

  Hannah Schilling Managing Editor   A Sea World trainer being attacked by a whale is the shocking image shown in the opening credits of the 2013 documentary film “Blackfish.”…

Remembering Wiley Hilburn (1938-2014)

Remembering Wiley Hilburn (1938-2014)

  Kaleb Causey Editor-in-Chief   Former Louisiana Tech journalism department head and Louisiana Political Hall of Fame inductee Wiley W. Hilburn Jr. died Jan. 16 at the Northern Louisiana Medical…

$50,891 Stolen from Athletics

  Kaleb Causey Editor-in-Chief   More than $50,000 was stolen from the Louisiana Tech athletics ticket office between August 2011 and June 2012, according to a report released by the…

CNN plays host to Tech student

CNN plays host to Tech student

  PAUL HARRIS Staff Reporter   A Tech student’s 15 minutes of fame dawned early in her pursuit of a degree.   Frededreia Willis, a freshman journalism major, was interviewed…

State Legislature backs higher ed

State Legislature backs higher ed

  REBECCA ALVAREZ Associate Managing Editor   The fight to revitalize the quality of higher education in Louisiana seems to have picked up steam as legislation to increase tuition moves…

Legislation proposes ban to smoking on campus

Legislation proposes ban to smoking on campus

  REBECCA ALVAREZ Associate Managing Editor   The Louisiana Senate unanimously approved a bill that would impose a statewide ban on smoking on university and community college campuses as part…

Tech hosts a variety of events in honor of women’s history month

  JOHN SADLER Staff Reporter   While most know February is Black History Month, they might not know that March is Women’s History Month.   V. Elaine Thompson, Assistant Professor…

Tech debate takes third in southern states

  KELSY KERSHAW Staff Reporter   As far back as the 1930s, the Tech debate team has been competing and succeeding, and this success continued in the Southern Forensics Classic…

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.…