Top Photo: Children aged 7-14 showed up to participate in RPAR’s annual Pitch, Hit and Run competition on Saturday.
Bottoom Photo: Winners of the RPAR event will go on to compete in an event Saturday in Pineville. See a list of those winners on page 3.
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Louisiana Tech University President Les Guice, left, and College of Liberal Arts Dean Donald Kaczvinsky, right, recognized Ruston Daily Leader Executive Sports Editor Buddy Davis as the university’s College of Liberal Arts’ Alumnus of the Year. Davis, a 1969 journalism graduate, has spent nearly 50 years working as a sports writer for the Ruston Daily Leader, making him a living history book of the past half-century of Louisiana Tech, Lincoln Parish and north Louisiana athletics.
The Young Entrepreneurs Academy, is an innovative program that transforms local middle and high school students into real entrepreneurial successes. YEA! is excited to announce its new site, Louisiana Tech University College of Business to pilot the program in the fall of 2015.
Top Photo: CES third graders attending Tech’s Regional Science Fair were, left to right, Conner Thompson, Bryce Ougel, Payton Antley, Kylee Parker, Elli Dickerson, Gracen Bryant, Mason Colwell, Mitch Stone, Liam Lowe, Reagan Breslin, Tanya Mina-Cirilo and Cooper Davis.
Bottom Photo: Fourth graders representing Choudrant Elementary at the regional science fair were, left to right, standing: Elissa Guillotte, Madalyn Owens, Trent Baker, Blake Bullock, Kameron Sheets and Mattie Johnson; and sitting: Emma Bell, Kylar Estis, Case Farrar and Cassidy Causey.