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How old do I look?

by KC Ifeanyi For the longest time I never noticed it. I was quite content living in my own little bubble assuming life stood still just for me. But reality…

Random moments run amok

by Staci Parks I love sharing random, awkward moments with strangers. You know, they are those moments that we all encounter at some point. For example, it’s Friday morning, and…

Tech Lumberjack saws way into school record books

by Kevin Sims Sometimes an inconspicuous moment sets into motion events that change a person’s life. Two years ago as Justin Jacobs drove past a field where the Forestry Club…

Music: Honeydew

by Kristin Hodges Best known for his hit “Lullaby” 10 years ago, Shawn Mullins released his 12th studio album, Honeydew. Mullins’s self-produced CD is Texas country at the core, with…

Film: Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who!

by Meredith Maines Classic characters took 3-D form in directors Jimmy Hayward and Steve Martino’s interpretation of Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who! released Friday. A lumbering, bumbling elephant named…

Sophomores speak out against the slump

by Casey Ardoin For many, freshman year is usually filled with new experiences centered around getting involved on campus. Freshmen are excited and open to new things. Programs like Tech’s…

Video games: Super Smash Bros. Brawl

by Mary Nash Thirty-five characters. Thirty-two stages. Ten game modes. Nintendo released “Super Smash Bros. Brawl” for the Wii, which according to Nintendo Power’s March issue, is “one of the…

Literature: Twilight

by Heather Small What is young love without a little drama, a touch of mystery and one irresistible vampire? Twilight is an amazing tale of one girlís culture clash into…

COES constructs for children

by Heather Small Students from the College of Engineering and Science occupied R.L. Cook Park last Saturday not to swing on the swing set or play on the jungle gym,…

Lady Techster head coach wraps up tumultuous season

by Justin Phillips Navigating the open waters of national supremacy can be a tough, lonely and vulnerable chore. For the 2007-2008 women’s basketball campaign, Techster head coach Chris Long found…