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Giorno, Hindmarsh newest ANS faculty

by Amaris Bailey New additions to the College of Applied and Natural Sciences faculty are opening unexplored opportunities for students. Microbiologists Becky Giorno and Patrick Hindmarsh are the latest to…

Second annual convocation inspires entering freshmen

by Lance Traweek First-Year Experience Academic Convocation was held in Howard Auditorium, Center for the Performing Arts last Tuesday as a welcoming ceremony for freshmen. The second annual event introduced…

SGA takes hefty budget cut

by Cassidy Carson Tuesday the Student Government Association approved a lower budget for the 2008-09 school year. A decrease in enrollment caused this year’s budget to be reduced by nearly…

Cheap shots

by Amaris Bailey No one looks fondly on shots. Health Services has several commonly recognized busy seasons including winter and spring. Generally, the fall season is not thought of as…

Eve 6 to headline in fall concert

by Mary Nash Union Board recently announced the 2008 Fall Concert, scheduled for Oct. 30 at the Thomas Assembly Center, will feature headliners Eve 6 as well as an opening…

Library Web site gets refreshed

by A. J. King Prescott Memorial Library’s revamped Web site met the fall quarter deadline and was up and running Aug. 28. Changes to the site include a new quick…

Decision 2008

by Meredith Maines Fewer than 50 days hold two presidential hopefuls hanging in the balance of American democracy. Just in time for the verdict, Tech has instituted a new history…

Techsters struggle to win in rescheduled tournament

by Caitlin Crawford After a two-match losing streak at the Tulane Tournament, Tech Volleyball has a tough road ahead of it with their Western Athletic Conference opener against Nevada this…

Bulldogs get back to basics

by Justin Phillips After a season-opening win against the Mississippi State Bulldogs in front of a crowd of 25,224 in Joe Aillet Stadium, the Bulldogs stumbled into their early season…

George T. Madison basement floods; still no date set to begin roof repairs

by Lance Traweek George T. Madison Hall flooded Sept. 1, from the heavy rain brought by Hurricane Gustav.Sam Wallace, director of facility and supportive services, said the flood occurred in…

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