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Say my name!

by KC Ifeanyi “James Garrison?” “HERE!” “Stacy Horton?” “Present!” “Kane? Ki-ney? I-feeney?” Welcome to my life. For as long as I’ve been in school, roll call has been something of…

Students’ grant funds talk on foreign films

by Gabrielle Ramsey Tyler Denise Youngblood, a history professor from the University of Vermont-Burlington, spoke to Tech students and faculty last Tuesday, April 15 about the importance of Russian cinema.…

Losing Anna wins at Rabb’s

by Katherine Fuller A mixture of older and younger fans of the Shreveport-based band Losing Anna gathered at Rabb’s last Thursday for its reunion show in Ruston. Michael Donner, lead…

Q&A with Q.A.

by Staci Parks Quentin Anderson may one day be able to say that he helped play an important role in U.S. history. Anderson, a sophomore political science major, spent five…

SGA election results finally posted

by Richard Wolfe SGA presidential candidate Laura Hogan has officially been elected into office. Student Government Association election results were postponed in their release to the student body and a…

AWS takes back the night

by Casey Ardoin Every year almost 1.2 million women in the United States are forcibly raped by their former or current boyfriend, and more than two-thirds of those rapes go…

Hail to the chief:

by KC Ifeanyi Laura Hogan, the new SGA president and a junior English major, took time out of her busy schedule to sit down with The Tech Talk and discuss…

Explicit exploits:

by Richard Wolfe Deborah Palfrey, the alleged madam of a Washington, D.C., escort service who was nicknamed the “D.C. Madam” by popular media, was found guilty on charges related to…

AIChE speaker inspires students

by Heather Small Students crowded into a small lab on the third floor of Carson-Taylor Hall last Wednesday to hear Mike Adkins, a process engineer for Koch Partners, speak about…

Speech students S.P.E.A.K. to Tech

by Gabrielle Ramsey Tyler This week, speech students across campus are showing the importance of voting to Tech students. The group, called S.P.E.A.K., is composed of concerned speech students who…