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Festival honors Bard’s birthday

by Richard Wolfe Students and teachers celebrated Shakespeare’s birthday and rededication of the George T. Madison Hall courtyard during the Second Annual Shakespeare Festival on April 23. Dorothy Robbins, event…

Students share dance moves with A.E. Phillips

by Lamesa Furlow Students in the health and exercise sciences modern dance class gave a presentation last Tuesday for the kindergarten class at A.E. Phillips Laboratory School. Beverly Maggio, an…

Music: Justin Nozuka

by Mary Nash A former National Hockey League hopeful. A failed R&B balladeer. A guy who remembers his roots. Justin Nozuka recently made his U.S. debut with Holly, named for…

Senior catcher takes leadership role

by Kevin Sims In the late ’60s, Three Dog Night immortalized the phrase “One is the loneliest number.” For catcher Regan Clark, Lady Techster’s lone senior, one is just part…

Techsters turn to past to improve future

by Kevin Sims After a 20-year drought since the last national championship, the Tech women’s basketball team decided to tap into the old well of success by bringing back Teresa…

Head 2 Head: Movie Previews

by KC Ifeanyi Iron Man Starring: Robert Downey Jr., Terrence Howard and Gwyneth Paltrow Buzz: The long-awaited Marvel comic book adaptation is finally coming to theaters with Downey donning the…

An unlikely message from an unlikely source

by JJ Marshall Think about all that you’ve been through today. You might have had a test, or had a long day at work or something along those lines.One of…

Weather conditions hinder performances in Iowa

by Taryn Lowery Tech’s track and field teams’ performances at the Drake Relays last weekend in Des Moines, Iowa, were similar to a roller coaster ride – with its significant…

‘The Goodbye Girl’

by Lauren Sowell For those of you who are not “OC”-obsessed freaks like I am, Season One, Episode 21, titled “The Goodbye Girl,” might not mean much to you. Most…

Grambling group supports ‘End of the World’ seminar

by Heather Small There is a prophesy in the Bible that tells of the last day and the events leading up to what some believe will be the revelation or…

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