In the days following Sept. 11, 2001, America moved towards an era of caution and took the necessary steps to ensure nothing of that magnitude would ever reach our shores again.
The time it took to board an airplane became a little longer, security was heightened at major events and large cities, and many held their breath in angst as they neared government buildings, military bases or boarded a means of mass transit. For most, the new rules of our society were a necessary evil; after all, we were at war with terror.
It’s the start of a new week, a new month, and for many, a new fiscal year.
And for Louisiana Tech University, it’s the start of a new era as Les Guice officially took over as university president this morning and Tech also begins its first day as a new member of the NCAA’s Conference-USA.
One of Guice’s first big moves as Tech’s new president will come in athletics as he begins the search for a new athletics director.
Everyone feels the squeeze at the pumps as gas prices continue to climb higher every week.
While biking and walking are valid options for many, some residents simply can’t get to the places they need to be without a car.
Each year parents join together with school officials in the hopes of bettering the education of their children.
The book “Critical Evidence” by Sandra Rupert stated that a May 2005 Harris Poll on the attitudes of Americans toward arts education, commissioned by Americans for the arts, revealed strong public support.
The poll gave the following statistics on arts education: