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Ante up for charity

by Danielle Cintron Five canned goods and lady luck is all that’s required. The Society of Honors Scholars hosted its charity poker tournament last Friday in the conference rooms on…

Adopt-a-Family program gives back to community

by Cassidy Carson This holiday season, many organizations across campus are choosing to adopt families. The Adopt-a-Family program, founded by the Black Student Union, is a campus-wide community service project…

Pixar success story speaks to students

by Meredith Maines Mastermind artist Bill Joyce, the well-known illustrator behind characters from Toy Story, A Bug’s Life and more recently Meet the Robinsons, spoke to School of Art students…

Brown preaches awareness, caution and perseverance

by Justin Phillips Marvelyn Brown is a statistic:an African-American woman under the age of 25 with the HIV virus. She is a victim; unknowingly infected with the virus after sexual…

DBW shares its ‘Best Week Ever’ with students

by Lamesa Furlow Last week, The Society of Distinguished Black Women hosted “Da Best Week Ever,” activities organized as an attempt to entertain students and promote DBW as a positive…

Campaign finance reform reduces while 2008 presidential candidates’ spending soars

by Lance Traweek According to USnews.com, the total spending by all presidential candidates from 1996 was $239.9 million; then there was an increase in 2000 to $343.1 million, and in…

Iron Dawgs do well in Africa

by Jordan White Emanuel “TJ” Taylor, a senior computer science major, lifted his way to a second place finish in the Iron Dawgs’ trip to the Junior World powerlifting competition…

Ecospeak: Solar panels uncovered

by Meredith Maines Four electrical engineering majors discovered solar panels are not today’s answer for alternative energy by placing a test system on the roof of Nethken Hall last year.…

Engineering professor charged with cyber crimes

by Mary Nash Tech Professor Ralph Gabriel was arrested last Thursday and charged with cyber sex crimes following an investigation led by Kenner police. Assisted by the Ruston Police Department…

It’s Homecoming week

by Casey Ardoin Last week the student body chose 14 of their peers to represent Tech on this year’s Homecoming Court. The queen and top escort will be announced tomorrow…

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