Late morning, Thursday, March 12. Winter was fading, the first day of spring only a week away. Louisiana Tech’s Lady Techsters basketball team had won its opening game of the Conference USA postseason tournament in Frisco, Texas and was only moments away from playing in the Round Two.
Louisiana Tech’s spring and summer commencement celebrations have been postponed because of COVID-19 and its impacts on gathering limits in the state. We don’t know exactly when commencement will be held, but we do know this: when commencement is finally held, the Tech regalia will be new.
Louisiana Tech continues to work to be the cleanest, most efficient, and most student-friendly. These are already constant goals, and they’re ones the school has been especially conscious of during the pandemic.
Louisiana Tech hit the mark in early March when it appointed Devonia Love-Vaughn as Dean of Inclusive Initiatives and Student Success, a newly created position designed to ensure that every student on campus feels at home within the Tech Family.
While lots of people have watched movies for fun to battle quarantine boredom this spring, Louisiana Tech sophomore Jada Holmes has watched them as part of her homework.
Beyond 1894 is a podcast that celebrates all we love about Louisiana Tech. Through the stories of faculty and friends, staff and students and alumni, Beyond 1894 introduces and teaches, reminds and entertains. In listening, you will have the opportunity to celebrate with old friends and meet new ones. Look behind the doors of research, […]