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Phi Mu prepares charity event

by Sarah Carmichael Phi Mu Sorority will host their seventh annual golf tournament to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network. The tournament will take place at noon, March 15 at Frenchman’s…

Pi Kappa Alpha walks toward a cure

by Lyndsey Lovelady Members of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity greeted students on Valentine’s Day in hopes of tugging a few heartstrings for a cure for heart disease. Christopher Rayner, Pi…

AWS hosts free pampering party

by Brenda Lepenski Nail polish, footbaths and facials can be costly items, but Sunday night the Association for Women Students brought them to students for free. Spa Night was held…

HES students beat new life in course by presenting their heart healthy seminar

by Brenda Lepenski Health and Exercise Science students enrolled in the Adult Fitness program course showed heart when they presented their Heart Healthy Seminar last Friday in Wyly Auditorium. Students…

Comedian Sherrod Small delivers huge laughs

by Heather Small A crowd of students slowly gathered around the lined chairs located in front of the small stage Feb. 12 in Tolliver Hall as Union Board presented their…

Suspect arrested in ‘bug man’ case

by Taylor Aswell Ruston police recently arrested the “bug man” suspect who was allegedly involved in the recent string of thefts at Tech and the surrounding area. Richard Taylor, 43,…

Channeling Debbie Downer

by Richard Sisson There’s a delightful little feeling you experience at the end of a good movie. A lot of movies I’ve seen recently (An Inconvenient Truth, V for Vendetta…

Bulldogs prepare to battle New Mexico State Aggies

by Justin Phillips The Bulldogs will attempt to build on the confidence gained from a 72-64 home win over the Idaho Vandals Feb. 9 as the team prepares to take…

Plane crash, blackout, fourth-place finish highlight season’s end for bowling team

by Justin Phillips The Bowling Team ended the 2007-2008 season at the Seminole Bowl Feb. 8-10 in Tallahassee, Fla. With a season of ups and downs and tournaments being rescheduled…

African-American sports fans are missing out

by Justin Phillips Imagine it’s opening day for Major League Baseball and you just got two tickets to watch your favorite team play. You get to the stadium and start…