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School of Architecture presents guest speaker

by Donyelle Davis Lawrence Scarpa, co-owner of PUGH+SCARPA Architecture, spoke at a School of Architecture lecture, Dec. 9, in Wyly Auditorium. The presentation was called “Art, Architecture, Landscapes: The area…

4-H re-establishes club, helps community

by Danielle Cintron Through the fall and winter quarters, the 4-H Club has begun to sprout into a new organization. Due to the efforts of Dawn Jason, president of the…

Food fight focuses on needy families

by Danielle Cintron Shakespeare, zombies and sword fights were Stone Theatre’s combative combination for their semi-annual fundraiser, the “Food Fight.” This charitable competition between Tech and Mercer College, Ga., requires…

Tech professor elected president of SECA

by Tina Marie Alvarenga Tech’s own Janie Humphries has been elected president of Southern Early Childhood Association. Humphries, who has been a member of SECA since 1971, will take her…

Christmas sounds echo through Howard

by Tina Marie Alvarenga With the Christmas holiday approaching, the Low Brass Ensemble and Chamber Orchestra filled the Howard Auditorium with Christmas sounds, 7 p.m. on Monday night with a…

Pan-Hellenic spreads warmth this holiday season

by Samantha Horn The Pan-Hellenic council hopes to make the holiday season a little warmer for some local families by sponsoring a coat drive that took place earlier this week.…

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by Emily LaFleur Waves of change are making Tech more environmentally-focused, thanks to the university’s state-funded project for a water reclamation and irrigation pond on the northwestern tip of campus.…

Bulldogs off to slow start

by Kevin Sims With high expectations going into the 2008-09 season, the team dubbed “the Dunkin’ Dawgs” opened the season as expected rolling to an early 2-0 record but hit…

Techsters take down Arizona

by Jordan White With stellar defense and a fast-paced offense, the Lady Techsters beat the University of Arizona 68-53, stopping a two-game losing skid Saturday at the Thomas Assembly Center.…

Popular student site gives Tech high rankings

by Tina Marie Alvarenga Tech faculty has the second highest rating nationally on ratemyprofessors.com, a site which allows students to rate teachers based on helpfulness, clarity, easiness and interest. Tech…

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