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From the sports desk

by Justin Phillips The days of sleeping until 1 p.m. are over, ladies and gentlemen. We’re back to 8 a.m. classes and ridiculously bad campus parking. This is only the…

Young Techsters fill key roles in 2008

by David Awalt The Lady Techsters soccer team has seen a huge contribution from freshmen this season, with seven starting in a shutout against Stephen F. Austin. After the shutout…

Former Bulldog finds home in Pirates’ organization

by Caitlin Crawford Former Bulldog Pitcher Alan Knotts can add an accolade to his young professional career as the 6-foot 5-inch, right-handed reliever pitched his way to being named the…

Movies: Burn After Reading

by Samantha Horn “Report back to me when it makes sense.” These words, spoken by the perplexed CIA supervisor played by J.K. Simmons, can sum up the entire Coen brothers…

Music: Gym Class Heroes

by David Awalt Gym Class Heroes’ fourth full length album, “The Quilt” hit racks Sept. 9. This album sports a host of differences between any other albums Gym Class has…

From the Editor: Not that ‘Gossip Girl’

by Rebekah Ray This past week I became privy, as you have opportunity to be through this publication as well, to the online comments and discussions of the students of…

Unemployed; will work for coffee:

by Meredith Maines Writer’s block hit me square in the face on the first day of each elementary school year. “Write a paragraph about your summer vacation,” the teacher always…

Ramblings from an obese college student:

by Taylor Aswell Hello all and welcome back to the glorious time that is known as the beginning of the school year. If many of you are like me, you…

KLPI rocks Centennial Plaza

by Danielle Cintron KLPI hosted its first concert of the 2008-2009 school year last Wednesday in the Student Center, Main Floor, with featured artist Phil Elverum. His performance, what www.amazon.com…

Nicholls students evacuate to campus

by Maggie Bullock As Hurricane Gustav quickly approached, many college students made the five-and-a-half-hour drive from Nicholls State University in Thibodaux to Tech to flee the danger zone. Johnathan Lynch,…

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