Let&#39;s hope the project isn&#39;t too late
A host of private enterprise also thrives because of the presence of those students and faculty.
Tech is actually trying to put numbers on its local economic impact through a University of Louisiana System-commissioned effort with a Baton Rouge firm. This is good — the more we understand the way our area works, the better we can tend to it.
Some would say that in the midst of the state’s fiscal hardships since oil and gas left us high and dry and tax cuts pulled back on this year’s state revenue, Louisiana Tech should not be building when it faces steep cuts.