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Tech set to unveil new Web site

by Cassidy Carson As part of a continuing endeavor to keep the Tech community informed, the university will launch a newly designed Web site at the end of November. The…

Derek Dooley looks to lead Bulldogs against talented Fresno State team

by Kevin Sims Rainy conditions did not improve Tech’s chances to pick up its first road win of the season as it fell to Army 14-7 Saturday. Head Coach Derek…

Music: ACDC

by Mary Nash While many grew up wailing on the guitar like Angus to “Thunderstruck” or learning to drive with the ultimate road song “Back in Black,” AC/DC has long…

Video: Fable 2

by Taylor Aswell Nerds across the land, including myself, rejoiced Oct. 21 as Lionhead Studios released Fable II for the Xbox 360, the highly anticipated sequel to the 2004 Xbox…

Tech Talk sports texts with Phillips and Aswell: The annual Homecoming sports edition

by Justin Phillips, Taylor Aswell Phillips (08:06:01 AM): Big T! Soo have you watched the Cowboys play since Tony Womo bwoke his pinkie? Aswell (08:06:48 AM): Yeah, I heard that…

Music: Kenny Chesney

by Rebekah Ray Country fans who picked up Kenny Chesney’s Lucky Old Sun this past week found little to justify the album’s placement in that section of the CD racks.…

Techsters finish in top five at Central Region Fall Jamboree

by David Awalt Louisiana Tech Bowling Team scored fourth place at the Central Region Fall Jamboree this weekend in Jonesboro, Ark. They landed two wins in team match play and…

Student Center rocks out in rock, paper, scissors duel

by Heather Small Union Board hosted its annual Rock, Paper, Scissors tournament at Oct. 21 in the Student Center, Main Floor where four lucky winners found themselves choosing from such…

From the editor: Back in the U.S.S.R.

by Rebekah Ray Sen. Barack Obama has made several comments concerning taxes and our-for now-capitalist economy that should have been throwing up red flags, but that instead have been brushed…

Blogger exposes secrets to millions

by Mary Nash With over 190 million visitors and counting, PostSecret.com has taken over the Web, being named one of Time magazine’s 50 “coolest” Web sites and 2006’s Weblog of…