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Midnight made magical by Housing Department

by Gabrielle Ramsey Tyler Dancing, dinner, dates and door prizes were all a part of Tech students Midnight Magic. Students gathered in the Student Center, Main Floor Tuesday night for…

Lagniappe recognized as one of 2007’s best

by Lamesa Furlow In a recent issue of The Yearbook Yearbook by Taylor Publishing Co., Tech was honored as having one of the best yearbooks of 2007 printed by the…

From Russia with Love:

by Sarah Deason Louisiana Tech Concert Association brought the Moscow String Quartet all the way to Tech to preserve a dying performance art: live classical music. Performing as the Moscow…

Indoor season ends in accolades for men and women’s teams

by Taryn Lowery The Louisiana Tech Track Team will enter the outdoor season with a breakout middle and successful end from the indoor season. Head Coach Gary Stanley said, “Outdoor…

Local band marks downtown with talent

by Gabrielle Ramsey Tyler Piano pop-rock band Mark’d performed at their release party for their new EP, Captivated, last Friday night at the Norton Building. The band is composed of…

Depression not a faceless demon

by Lauren Sowell You probably know less about depression than you think you do. I have always thought depression could be simply defined: a condition in which a person, for…

Quarter-million dollar grant awarded to combat smoking

by Richard Wolfe Local churches and Larry Proctor, an assistant professor of health and exercise sciences, have formed an alliance in opposition to tobacco addiction. Two hundred fifty thousand dollars…

Caught in the middle

by Heather Small An adult is defined in the Merriam-Webster dictionary as someone who is fully developed and mature. But who decides when someone becomes an adult? Everyone has a…

Students to take on the ‘Real World’

by Lamesa Furlow Remember the 1989 NBC hit series “Saved by the Bell,” the story of six students and their four years at Bayside High? The principal Mr. Belding was…

Hello.

by KC Ifeanyi Well, ladies and gentlemen, the mad black man who has tried to bring you entertaining columns over the past four quarters is finally editor-in-chief. God help us…