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Friday the Earth will stand still

Q: Keanu, you’ve done a lot of action/sci-fi movies. What is it about these types of movies that keep you coming back for more? Keanu: Well, I love the genre.…

Day & Age: The Killers

by Taylor Aswell The Killers are back and in seemingly good form after a two-year hiatus, and they appear to be even more epic and in touch with their New…

Grad student rallies for recycling

by Amy Olita When Robyn Crumby first arrived in Ruston five years ago, she recognized a need for recycling centers in the community. Now that she is a graduate student…

Tech Talk adviser retiring after 34 years

by Meredith Maines Countless issues of The Tech Talk have passed through Sallie Rose Hollis’ hands since she held the position of student editor-in-chief in 1973. But after 34 years…

Eco-friendly engineers compete

by David Awalt A group of 40 engineering students have begun designing and manufacturing the 2009 Eco-cars for the Shell Eco-marathon set to take place in Fontana, Calif., April 15…

Bulldogs Bowl Bound

by Kevin Sims Tech has received its first bowl bid since 2001 for the chance to play Northern Illinois University in the Independence Bowl Dec. 28 in Shreveport. This marks…

Tech police department promotes safety

by Samantha Horn Winter quarter has just begun, but students will soon be packing their bags once again to head home for Christmas. However, there are a few things students…

Missing trays equal greener campus

by Kathleen Duncan Missing trays and blue recycling bins in the cafeteria are just the beginning of the “Greener Campus Initiative” set forth by the Foods Services Department and the…

ISO remembers Mumbai

by Maggie Bullock Approximately 90 students gathered last Tuesday night in the International Student Office for a candlelight vigil to remember the victims of the Mumbai terrorist attacks. According to…

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