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Remembering the Holocaust:

by Lamesa Furlow The Acacia fraternity hosted a Holocaust Remembrance Day in Centennial Plaza last Friday, where its members set up an information table and read the names of Holocaust…

Another year closes with dreams of the next year’s season

by Justin Phillips Well, Tech sports fans, it’s been an interesting year to say the least. Your favorite sports writer has had a blast taking you down his long and…

Head 2 Head:

by KC Ifeanyi WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS Starring: Cameron Diaz and Ashton Kutcher Buzz: Thanks to youtube.com, 20th Century Fox’s latest romantic comedy received some early press when an outtake…

Film: The Dark Knight

by Mary Nash Two-Face. The Joker. Batman. One of the most highly anticipated films of the summer, The Dark Knight, will arrive in theaters and IMAX July 18. The more…

Ruston reconstruction recharges athletic programs

by Kevin Sims From resurfacing the Jim Mize Track and Field Complex to a complete makeover of the Maxie Lambright Intramural Sports Center, Tech’s athletic facilities underwent major renovations during…

Bulldog decline starts, ends with Nevada

by Taryn E. Lowery The unimaginable, but unavoidable happened to the Bulldogs this past weekend as the team not only lost the series to the Nevada Wolfpack, but also the…

Theater to present ‘Vanities’

by Staff Report “Vanities,” a comedic look at friendship, will be performed at 7:30 in Arthur W. Stone Theatre tomorrow through Thursday. Casey Franklin, a theater graduate student, will direct…

Students enjoy crawfish, awards

by Heather Small Students lined the pavement under Joe Aillet Stadium last Thursday as they gathered their flat of crawfish and found a place among the crowd to eat and…

Forestry professors travel to Europe

by Gabrielle Ramsey Tyler Two forestry professors recently traveled to Europe to meet with the International Union of Forest Research Organization members and to discuss foreign exchange opportunities for future…

Liberal Arts holds 31st annual research symposium

by Casey Ardoin The College of Liberal Arts held its 31st annual research symposium April 22-23 in Wyly Auditorium. The two-day event consisted of 29 faculty presentations, an honors luncheon…

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