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Career fair largest in Tech history

Career fair largest in Tech history

  TECH  NEWS  SERVICE   Louisiana Tech’s Counseling and Career Services hosted a Career Fair Thursday and drew a record number of companies to the event.   One hundred thirty-seven…

Education a priority in the midst of budget crisis

  AMRIT AWAL Staff Reporter   Despite experiencing more than $3 million in additional state appropriation budget cuts and the elimination of 203 administrative and teaching staff positions over the…

Vizza crowned Miss Louisiana

Vizza crowned Miss Louisiana

Miss Tech to compete for national title   Rebecca Alvarez News Editor The lights dimmed, the audience let out a loud roar and the band’s song resonated throughout the theater.…

TOPS redefines academic year standard

  AUSTIN VINING Staff Reporter   The Taylor Opportunity Program for Students (TOPS) will provide more opportunities for the in-state students of Louisiana. After a recent rule change of the…

Primary lacks voters

  HANNAH SCHILLING Staff Reporter   Louisiana Republican voters headed to the polls Saturday to decide who would get 20 of the state’s 46 delegates.   Former Pennsylvania senator Rick…

Students TOPS scholarships at risk

  BY REBECCA ALVAREZ Staff  Reporter   Some Tech students’ Taylor Opportunity Program for Students scholarships may be in jeopardy because they do not understand the hour requirements of retaining…

Merger Raises Concern

  Hannah Schilling Staff Reporter   The futures of Louisiana Tech University and Louisiana State University at Shreveport lie in the hands of 144 legislators sitting in the Louisiana State…

Gingrich speaks to students

Gingrich speaks to students

  KELLY BELTON & KALEB CAUSEY Contributing Editor & Staff Reporter   Presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich made a town hall-style stop by Tech’s campus Tuesday morning just days before Louisiana…

New 3-D screen to compete with Celebrity

New 3-D screen to compete with Celebrity

  Derek Amaya Staff Reporter   Lincoln Parish movie enthusiasts may receive an early Christmas present this year with the addition of a new movie theater in Ruston.   United…

Emergency law enacted due to ‘bath salt’ danger

by Haley Kraemer, COPY EDITOR Gov. Bobby Jindal announced Jan. 6 that a series of dangerous chemicals in powder form, falsely advertised as “bath salts” or “plant food,” have been…