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New Tech seniors present Crusades video games

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Project highlights effects of Crusades on society, culture
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TOP: Alicia Mitchell-Love, Lucas Hashimoto, Jonathan Craig and Melinda Martin make their presentation to a team of Tech’s teacher candidates. BOTTOM: Students (top, left to right) Cornelius Wilson, Jessica Woods, Tonerical Hart and Tanesha Roberson are seen sharing their project with Lawrence Leonard, dean of the College of Education. Submitted photos.

Seniors in the New Tech @ Ruston World Studies class recently presented their “Crescent vs Cross” projects at Louisiana Tech University’s Memorial Gym.

With the project developed by teachers Tara Griffin and Stephen Ehrhard, the students were challenged to answer the question “How can we, as game designers, create a video game that accurately and entertainingly illustrates how the Crusades cemented systems of belief and the effects of the Crusades on society and culture?”

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