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Artistic endeavors revealed

by Lyndsey Lovelady Studio art is comprised of, on average, anywhere between 60 and 70 students. This major is divided into two different programs, 2D, which is studio art and…

Kinesiology majors strive for excellence

by Richard Wolfe Health and exercise science student Valerie Taylor is stretching out to reach her goals. HES offers Tech students opportunities for a healthier way of life. Taylor, a…

Tech TV plays matchmaker

by Mary Nash In need of some fun and a night on the town? Tech TV has just the solution, introducing a new reality dating show to its lineup.“Must Love…

Uncovering the roots of racism

by Mandy Thomas JENA, La. – Slouched in the back seat of a compact two-door hatchback, I watched the sun slowly ascend over fogged-smeared cotton fields as I rode to…

Department adds five to faculty

by Taylor Aswell Tech’s School of Biological Sciences has welcomed five new teachers to the faculty. Mary Muslow, Lance Schuler, Jeffry Shultz, William Wolf and Jeffrey Yule are all now…

Communication design student thinks outside box

by Sarah Carmichael Wes Johnson creates emotional memories, blasted and drawn on torn cardboard boxes; nothing can contain the admiration of Johnson’s art he receives from both peers and professors.…

Jena Six Photo Gallery

by Mandy Thomas…

ISA share friendship, dessert

by Justin Phillips International Student Association’s dessert social held at 7 p.m. Thursday in Adams Parlor was an event filled with desserts, laughter and first-time introductions. Joy Chakraborty, coordinator of…

New MBA program thinks outside the COB

by Elizabeth DeGrie As early as next quarter, graduate students in the College of Business will have new opportunities in their master’s of business administration program. Douglas Amyx, the new…

Uncovering the roots of racism

by Lacy Patton Four Tech students are taking a stand to make a difference in the world. Marscel Harris-Parker, Nette Archangel, Donna Fields and Deenay Hicks began last Thursday in…

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