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Caleb Wilcox

Caleb Wilcox

In the food game, Caleb Wilcox had a familiar weakness as a kid. “The one thing that always got me,” he said, “were the Little Debbie snack cakes.” Nothing against Little Debbie, but Wilcox, scheduled to graduate from Louisiana Tech in May...

Avery Friedman

Junior Avery Friedman, a Family and Child Studies major from Baton Rouge, has a unique approach to helping children cope with illness.  That's because Friedman also is coping with a disease: Arthrogryposis. “My concentration, Child Life, is...

Callie Betman

Callie Betman

Before she decided to become a clinical dietitian, Callie Betman had an even bigger decision to make. Since she lived in College Park, Maryland, between Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, would she become a Washington Nationals fan or a...

Charles Adeola

Charles Adeola

A quote from Nelson Mandela that Louisiana Tech senior Charles Adeola likes to carry around with him is this: “It always seems impossible until it’s done.” Adeola came to Tech for lots of reasons. One was to get his degree in agricultural...

Brandi Nava

Brandi Nava

Brandi Nava came to Ruston and Louisiana Tech from Covington with the wish to be an architect. But “over time, as I completed courses, I knew my heart did not belong there,” she said. She took the time to think hard about her interests and...

Meredith Nichols

Meredith Nichols

A cup that changed colors changed Meredith Nichols’ life. “I had no intention of getting into Health Informatics and Information Management,” said Nichols, who will in August graduate with a degree from Louisiana Tech in that very thing. “On...

Brittany Taylor

Brittany Taylor

Something as simple as an elective class in medical terminology introduced Louisiana Tech graduate student Brittany Taylor to her career in Health Informatics and Information Management (HIIM). When she came to Tech from her hometown of...

Angie Knobloch

Angie Knobloch

Louisiana Tech senior Angie Knobloch is naturally funny. And fairly blunt. She felt as a young girl that the medical field was not for her because “blood and guts weren’t my thing,” she said. Turns out there was a place for her in the medical...