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Fame fuels fight

by Mary Nash Last week, my boyfriend, Michael, and I were fighting. While anyone who knows us would find this completely normal, this time we weren’t so much fighting as…

Students attend S-PAC

by Heather Small Engineering students were both entertained and informed last Tuesday in the Student Center as they attended the third annual Student Professional Awareness Conference. Students turned their attention…

Hunter speaks to COB

by Casey Ardoin Stewart Hunter, co-founder and chief operations officer of Benchmark Mortgage in Dallas, spoke to business students last Thursday in the College of Business. Hunter spoke as Professor…

‘Sweet Charity’

by Sarah Deason It is not every year that the departments in the School of Performing Arts come together to produce a musical. April 23 through April 26, the theater,…

Bible study invites diverse crowd

by Tina Marie Alvarenga One Body in Christ, a non-organizational Bible study where students of all denominations get together to worship God, held its first meeting last Monday in the…

Pi Kappa Phi plants roots in Ruston

by Tina Marie Alvarenga A group of young men decided to start a chapter of Pi Kappa Phi, a fraternity that stands for leadership and class. They are now in…

Tweaking Tech:

by Richard Wolfe State and university officials dug deep for requested one-time renovation funding. Tech requested $5.5 million of the $75 million allocated by the state appropriations committee for delayed…

Second-year students feel pressure to perform

by Katherine Fuller There is something is happening during many students’ second year of college. A worry bigger than gaining the infamous freshman 15. It is a fear of failure,…

Are there any good men left?

by Mandy Thomas f you had asked me a year ago if there were any good men left, I would have said yes with little hesitation. I was dating one.…

‘Phishing attacks’ target privacy

Another official university e-mail was sent out the morning of March 17, warning students not to respond to e-mails requesting confirmation of their passwords. These latter e-mails, also called “phishing…

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