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Tech ROTC cadet aims high, wins

Tech ROTC cadet aims high, wins

    RANEY JOHNSON Staff Reporter   Each year many students apply to graduate schools wondering how they will pay for tuition. Many seek out scholarships and loans to help…

Legends: Grilling Karl Malone

Legends: Grilling Karl Malone

  DEREK J. AMAYA Associate Managing Editor   This is the second entry of a series about Tech’s most prominent athletes.   He is 6-foot-9 and not hard to find.…

MLK Day sparks debate on meaning of the holiday

MLK Day sparks debate on meaning of the holiday

  ALICE ESSIEN Staff Reporter   Though it may seem that Martin Luther King Jr. Day has been considered a holiday for just as long as Christmas or Thanksgiving, it…

Guice succeeds

Guice succeeds

ULS board approves Les Guice to continue Tech’s traditions as president   ADDIE MARTIN Staff Reporter   Dan Reneau was a student for 3 1/2 years and served in the professional…

Sirens installed to alert Ruston residents

  ALLISON EAST Senior Reporter   Yesterday’s 11 a.m. classes began with more than a knock on the desk or a “Good morning, class” from the teacher. Instead, they began…

Poll projections prove accurate with re-election

  RANEY JOHNSON Staff Reporter   History professor David Anderson predicted in a public lecture last week that President Barack Obama would win Tuesday’s election based on projections by the…

OBAMA VICTORIOUS

OBAMA VICTORIOUS

  Associated Press   CHICAGO (AP) — A triumphant President Barack Obama heralded his re-election with a call to action early Wednesday, telling Americans that their citizenship doesn’t end with…

Bulldogs moving up in the polls

Bulldogs moving up in the polls

  DEREK J. AMAYA Associate Sports Editor   The undefeated Louisiana Tech Bulldogs accomplished something they have not achieved since 1999.   Head coach Sonny Dykes and his ’Dogs finally…

Who will succeed Reneau?

Who will succeed Reneau?

Forum hosted to find new president   RANEY JOHNSON Staff Reporter   Americans are still split on who they want to be the new U.S. president, but at the public…

Student voters have options

Student voters have options

  ALLISON EAST Staff Reporter   Forgotten microwaves, T-shirts and photos probably merit a phone call back home upon a student’s return to Ruston, but another item often left behind…