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Pep Rallies set stage for Saturday night showdowns

by Caitlin Crawford With the Southeastern Lions rolling into town Saturday afternoon, it marked the third consecutive big game for the Bulldogs. And much like any other Saturday night home…

Saturday night tailgating tales, Volume 1: The Louisiana Tech edition

by Justin Phillips Tailgating at football games for college students is a rite of passage, almost like slipping in some crowded stairwell as a freshman when you’re on your way…

Green makes the grade

Turn and give Tech a collective pat on the back. The National Wildlife Federation recently rated us “exemplary” in its “Campus Environment 2008” report card. The nationwide study polled campuses…

Scars of regret

by Amaris Bailey They’re cool. They’re stylish. They’re popular. Who wouldn’t want a tattoo? Despite their allure, there are some down sides to the popular form of body art. Paige…

LA Ink: self-expression skin deep

by Danielle Cintron On a list of things that belong in a person’s mouth, most would think tongue, teeth, food…and now tattoos? Tattooing the inner side of the lip is…

Waiting for clearance

by Lance Traweek Roger Newman’s lecture, “Civil Liberties, Surveillance and Terrorism,” last Friday informed listeners of some of the challenges faced by international students desiring to study in the United…

Decision 2008

by Staci Parks In an attempt to capture and analyze history in the making, David M. Anderson, an associate professor of history, along with students enrolled in History 495 have…

Illusionist gives impressive performance

by Danielle Cintron Tech’s Baptist Collegiate Ministry hosted illusionist Brock Gill Monday at 7 p.m. in the Student Center, Main Floor. Over 100__ students came to see Gill execute illusions,…

Faculty, students participate in huge particle research

by Meredith Maines On Sept. 10 the largest and most expensive piece of science equipment ever made was finally activated. At the CERN particle-physics center on the French-Swiss border in…

College of Business TOP DAWG ‘Pick of the Litter’ Idea Pitch competition calls for creativity

by A. J. King Tech’s Technology Business Development Center is sponsoring the first TOP DAWG “Pick of the Litter” Idea Pitch competition, beginning with the Finding Your Idea Workshop, at…

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