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Let's look at library finances

It’s difficult to say what the outcome will be; will the Events Center project truly be shelved by worries of a budget shortfall in 2009, will the complaint letter filed with the state against the Police Jury stall the project?
We wait on the answers to those questions — the people making the decisions and playing with the numbers have not reached conclusions yet.

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‘Bayou Jamb’ is key test for RHS

The “Bayou Jamb” is going practically head-to-head with Louisiana Tech University’s season opener against Mississippi State University. The two clubs collide starting at 5:45 p.m., just 15 minutes before Ruston and Ouachita lock up.
“I honestly believe that both places are going to have great crowds,” Shows said.”It might influence some fans a little, but I really don’t think either place is going to get hurt that much. You might have a sellout over in Ruston and you’re likely going to have over 20,000 at the ‘Jamb.’ I think both events will be fine.”

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GSU builds on student diversity

“Basically, the international component in education is necessary in today’s world,” Judson said “More and more domestic services are being bought by other countries — the world is working together like it never has and that’s only going to increase.
“We have to find a way to prepare our student bodies for that changing world, and increasing our international student population and thereby being able to provide all of our students with the chance to meet people from and learn from other countries and cultures is very important in this day and age,” Judson said.

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