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Millsap closes in on historic three-peat

Around April 3, shortly after the NCAA completes its men’s Final Four, it will be official.
Paul Millsap of Louisiana Tech University will have his third consecutive national rebounding championship, a feat never before achieved in the history of the collegiate game.
The former Grambling High School star is about as safe of a lock to receive that distinction as you can imagine.

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Millsap closes in on historic three-peat

Around April 3, shortly after the NCAA completes its men’s Final Four, it will be official.
Paul Millsap of Louisiana Tech University will have his third consecutive national rebounding championship, a feat never before achieved in the history of the collegiate game.
The former Grambling High School star is about as safe of a lock to receive that distinction as you can imagine.

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Millsap closes in on historic three-peat

Around April 3, shortly after the NCAA completes its men’s Final Four, it will be official.
Paul Millsap of Louisiana Tech University will have his third consecutive national rebounding championship, a feat never before achieved in the history of the collegiate game.
The former Grambling High School star is about as safe of a lock to receive that distinction as you can imagine.

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Milkshake introduces culture

Seriously, it was really, really good.
Though March 13 was my day off, I could not help but go cover the beginning of the “Discover India” exhibition at Louisiana Tech University. The sights, the smells — and, of course, the food — enchanted me to a faraway place of
bright color, soothing music and a rich, varied culture.

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Drug court showing dividends

The alternative court option was instituted in order to give drug addicts a second chance to get clean. The district attorney’s office chooses participants in the court — generally felony offenders who are not dealers and have no history of violence.
Consisting of three phases, the court is intended to help addicts get off their drugs while also rehabilitating them and allowing them to stay a part of society.

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Thompson claims Grambling’s Miss Cover Girl crown

After a Broadway-esque pageant featuring daywear, swimwear and talent, Miss Cover Girl 2005-06 Portia Taylor took one last walk and crowned sophomore Shanica Thompson Miss Cover Girl 2006-07.
“This feels wonderful,” Thompson, from West Monroe, said. “I never expected to hold this title — it is very overwhelming.”
Thompson’s platform is Music for Thought and emphasizes the use of music in education; for her talent, she played the flute.
Eight women competed for the Cover Girl title. First runner-up was Natalia Stroman and talent winner Chandri Morton claimed second runner-up.

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