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Choirs impress in director’s Tech debut

by Heather Small Rich vocal harmonies spilled from Howard Auditorium, Center for the Performing Arts last Tuesday as the department of music presented the Fall Choral Concert. New to Tech…

Tech to participate in economic impact study

by Lance Traweek Tech is set to partake in a study which examines the economic and quality of life impact the university has on the community, region and state. Dave…

Obama wins nation

by Lance Traweek “Yes, we can!” The chant of the majority of the nation resounded in a historic victory for Barack Obama, who has been elected the first black president…

Decision 2008

by Staci Parks With days lurking until Election Day, David Anderson’s Honors Program History 495 class continued analyzing and commenting on the campaigning process through dissecting topics ranging from McCain’s…

Thursday nights belong to the bikes

by Amaris Bailey Bicycles are making a comeback on campus, and students are taking advantage of the trend with Bike Nite Ride, a group composed of cyclists who meet every…

BSU hosts candlelight vigil for breast cancer awareness

by Danielle Cintron Masked men in thriller movies are not the only lurking terror. The most common killer among women is breast cancer, and this month is dedicated to counteracting…

Bulldogs continue Fall World Series with Blue team up 3-1

by Tech Talk sports staff With the Bulldog’s fall baseball series nearing completion, the team has displayed a resiliency as it continues to compete in intra squad scrimmages. The games…

School of Performing Arts kicks off faculty concert series

by Samantha Horn The School of Performing Arts kicked off its 2008-09 faculty concert series Oct. 23 with a performance by Lawrence Gibbs, an assistant professor of music. The concert…

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