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Greeks hold sidewalk strut-off

by Kacey D. Richard Last week, Multicultural Affairs and the National Pan-Hellenic Council teamed up in a series of events on campus for a week of Greek unity. Mertrude Douglas,…

SGA begins new year

by Kacey D. Richard The Student Government Association met Tuesday to discuss its new fall agenda, Freshman Leadership Team and The Solution: A Mentoring Program. “This year will be the…

South still dreaming

Protesters, politicians and media swallowed little Jena, La., last Thursday in a whirlwind of emotion and passion. If you think the 1960’s was the end of the civil rights dispute,…

Going north and growing up

by Lauren Sowell Someone recently suggested that I move to Boston with them. I know that this request meant nothing; it was mindless conversation.. It was really a joke.├┐It was…

Antidiestablishmentarianism

by Richard Sisson Life has an awkward, surprising, woefully frightful way of grabbing you by the seat of your pants and throwing you in the direction you’ll be headed in…

Foot fetish folly

by KC Ifeanyi I love you youtube.com, but you’ve put me in an awkward spot. What was once a simple video born out of boredom has become an online foot…

Putting off the future

by Jess Peregoy Senior year? Already? This all goes back to this fear of growing up I just can’t shake. But, now, it’s time. Right now, I’m not even worried…

Cali art surfs into Tech

by Meredith Maines Ruston has picked up some California style. That’s because two Los Angeles artists, Devon Tsuno and Chong Yu, will exhibit their paintings in the Main Gallery of…

Bobby Jindal rallies students in Adams Parlor

by Richard Sisson On a rainy Tuesday morning, several dozen students waited anxiously in Adams Parlor for a chance to hear a candidate who could become Louisiana’s next governor. Congressman…

Movie Review

by Brenda Lepenski In his directorial debut, Mark Helfrich imposes a sense of humor and debauchery not often seen on the big screen in Good Luck Chuck. Before trying his…