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Home repossessions soar across America; Louisiana market relatively stable

by Richard Wolfe RealtyTrac, a publisher of a national database of foreclosure and bank-owned property information, released a study showing a 57.35 percent increase in the number of foreclosure filings…

Alphageddon attacks the TAC

by Tina Marie Alvarenga The Eta Kappa Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. hosted its annual Alphageddon Greek step show competition last Friday at the Thomas Assembly Center. Jeff…

Concert choir croons final performance

by Katherine Fuller Tech’s Chamber Singers and University Concert Choir performed their spring concert Monday evening as one of the final events of the Focus on Russia series and as…

Connect the blocks:

by Heather Small Minutes ticked away last Tuesday as College of Engineering and Science students raced to assemble as many tiny LEGO cars as they could before time was up.…

Concerts sure to rock the South

by Katherine Fuller Students will be taking a break from classes this summer to enjoy live music at concerts around the country. Billy Mahaffey, a sophomore marketing major, said he…

Peachy keen:

by Katherine Fuller A student in the School of Art was recently selected as the winner of the 2008 Squire Creek Louisiana Peach Festival poster contest. Ben Boutwell, a senior…

Summer will sizzle with blockbusters

by Casey Ardoin Summer has always been known as the season of blockbusters. As the temperatures rise, so does the anticipation as Hollywood dishes out what will surely become huge…

May the fourth be with you

by Gabrielle Ramsey-Tyler Last Saturday night and into Sunday evening, Star Wars enthusiast across camp united in the theater room in Neilson Hall to enjoy over 18 hours of Star…

Court approves voter ID laws

by Richard Wolfe Voter identification laws were ruled constitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court on April 28, according to a Washington Post story. Dianna Stone, the Lincoln Parish registrar of…

Tech’s talented new Bulldog was once a yellow jacket

by Kevin Sims To add more fuel to the growing quarterback controversy, the Bulldogs picked up a highly regarded transfer from Georgia Tech University. After starting all 12 games for…

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