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Tech Karate opens its doors

by Amelie Miltenberger Punch. Block. Kick. Waking up at 4:30 a.m. is a challenge for some, but to finance grad student Erik Engelcke, it’s a calling. A calling to step…

Phoenix moms do it best

by KC Ifeanyi This past summer, I packed up my worldly goods and my journalistic integrity and headed west toward Phoenix, Ariz., to intern at Moving Pictures Magazine. I could…

Tech athletes bond with local sixth graders

by Amelie Miltenberger Seven nervous athletes stand in a hallway outside a closed door. Inside, dozens of journalists sit, notebooks on laps, pencils sharpened, waiting. Friday afternoon finds A. E.…

Britney Spears bombs with ‘Blackout’ release

by Mary Nash Flash back eight years. The year is 1999. Ricky Martin is livin’ la vida loca. Boy bands have tween girls everywhere swooning, and brawls have broken out…

American Gangster

by Lacy Patton “American Gangster” hits the screen with a literal bang and keeps the audience’s eyes glued to the show for the entire 2 hours and 37 minutes. Directed…

Bulldogs pull even in WAC

by David McGuirt Tech broke out of a two-point deficit in the fourth quarter to give the Idaho Vandals (1-9, 0-6) their sixth straight conference loss last Saturday in Moscow,…

Students step up with LATechSTEP

by Richard Wolfe High school students are designing, building and testing their own bridges. The students, participants in a science, technology, engineering and mathematics talent expansion program called LATechSTEP, are…

Tech graduate follows Jindal to office

by Mary Nash Governor-elect Bobby Jindal has named Trey Williams communications director for the governor’s office. Williams, a Tech alumnus and former Tech Talk editor, formerly served as communications director…

Rockett’s loss leaves legacy

by Kacey D. Richard Tech mourns the loss of its long-term friend, Galen Rockett, a man who devoted his life to making a difference on campus for students and bringing…

Shakespeare takes the stage at the Stone

by Brenda Lepenski The Stone Theatre was taken over at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 31 by Mafia dressed in black suits. Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” directed by Don Stevens, instructor…

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