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Prices reduced for ESPE T-shirts The Exercise Science Physical Education club 2006 T-shirts are currently for sale for $8 in

Prices reduced for ESPE T-shirts

The Exercise Science Physical Education club 2006 T-shirts are currently for sale for $8 in Memorial Gymnasium, Room 304.

The ESPE club is an organization designated for health and exercise science majors. 

The club provides services such as Stress Free Finals, a program at the end of each quarter which offers students a stress-free environment in which to study.

They also supply students with healthy snacks to improve mood and concentration.

The proceeds from the shirts will support programs like Stress Free Finals and conference trips for the club, as well as supplies for group projects and fliers for advertising.

For more information, contact Connie Reeves, physical science instructor, at 257-4033, or e-mail her at


Exhibit displayed in parish library

A display of reproductions of artwork, artifacts and documents from the life of Alexander Hamilton will open to the public at 9 a.m. March 1 at the Lincoln Parish Library, located at 910 N. Trenton St.

The exhibit will be on display in the main entry of the library, viewable at all regular library hours, until April 20.

Tech history professors will give presentations to the public at the library during the six weeks the exhibit is in residence.

There is no fee for viewing the exhibit or attending presentations.

“Alexander Hamilton: The Man Who Made Modern America” is a national traveling exhibit organized by the New York Historical Society, the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History and the American Library Association. 

The exhibit is partially funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

For more information, contact Elaine Thompson, an assistant professor of history, at 257-2144 or


Acting Company debuts ‘Jane Eyre’

The Acting Company of New York City will present its stage adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s classic novel “Jane Eyre” at 7:30 p.m. March 15 in Howard Auditorium, Center for the Performing Arts.

Ten years after its debut in London’s West End, The Acting Company will make its first American premier of Polly Teale’s modern adaptation of “Jane Eyre.”

Charlotte Brontë’s coming-of-age story is recognized as one of literature’s most independent and strong-willed works about a woman.

“Jane Eyre” is a modern blend of passion, romance and suspense.

Tickets are $3 for students with a valid student ID and $15 for general admission. Ticket prices for children and senior citizen are $8. 

Tickets may be purchased by calling Howard Center Box Office at 257-3942 from 1:30 to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday.


SGA election primary in April

Student Government Association has set the spring election primary for April 17 through 18.

The election is for the 2007 through 2008 school year.

Every elected position, except graduate student senators and freshman class officers, will be voted on.

Candidates must have a 2.0 GPA and the SGA executive office candidates must have at least one year experience in SGA.

If candidates for a certain office do not receive a majority of the vote, a run-off election will be held April 24.

Every student is eligible to vote with their campus wide identification number.

Students will be able to vote at or through voting stations located throughout campus.

Times and locations for voting have not yet been set.

For more information, contact Eric Pardue, SGA commissioner of elections and a graduate student of history, at 257-4565 or


Squint to play CD release at Rabb’s

Ruston-based rock band squint will hold an album release show at 9 p.m. March 8th at Rabb’s Steakhouse.

The band’s live album features unreleased material along with some new and old hits.

Squint recorded the album live in both Shreveport and El Dorado, Ark.

The band is best known for its charity festival, Squintfest, which has become an annual event for the North Louisiana music scene.

“No Do-overs: Live” was recorded during the production of the band’s third album to appease fans cries for songs they hear in concert.

For more information, visit  at or at


SGA openings in Supreme Court

Six justice positions are vacant in the Student Government Association.

Students must have at least 30 completed credit hours and maintain a 2.0 GPA.

Justices make sure SGA is accountable and functioning within the bounds set forward by the SGA constitution.

The Supreme Court makes sure actions taken by the SGA senate or officers are constitutional.

Justices serve a two-year term unless they resign or fail to meet the required qualifications.

Students interested in the Supreme Court positions should contact Matt LaCaze, SGA vice president and a senior political science major, at 257-4565 or


SGA holds election interest meetings

Students interested in running for Student Government Association positions can pick up election packets starting March 6 in the SGA office, Tolliver Hall, Room 211 and 212.

An informational meeting for interested students will be held at 7 p.m. March 13 in Davison Hall, Room 213.

Material covered will consist of what elections consist of, what is expected of candidates and what the campaigning experience is like.

A meeting for students to learn more about how to run a campaign and have the best chances of winning will be held at 7 p.m. March 27 in Davison Hall, Room 213.

The mandatory election meeting, which every candidate for office has to attend, is scheduled for 7 p.m. April 3 in Davison Hall, Room 213.

For more information, contact Caleb Smith, SGA president and a senior marketing major, at 257-4565 or

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