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SGA grant will provide campus upgrade

by Samantha Horn Bulletin boards may soon be a thing of the past at Tech. New LCD screens that will display upcoming and current events will appear on campus soon…

Tech students ‘Pause’ for photo presentation

by Donyelle Davis The School of Art presented Brian Bishop, an artist and assistant professor of art at Framingham State College, at 4 p.m., Jan. 12, in the Visual Arts…

IfM recognized for advancement in cancer treatment

by Emily LaFleur Tech’s Institute for Micromanufacturing (IfM) project called “Nanocarriers for Cancer Therapy” was chosen as one of the 20 most important scientific projects out of over 300 submitted…

Ham radio club offers new wave of communication

by Tina Marie Alvarenga According to the official Web site of the Amateur Radio Club, www.arrl.org, the amateur ham radio operators provide the broadest and most powerful wireless communications means…

Technology grant helps sink problems

by David Awalt $900,000 will flow into Tech over the next three years to help develop a new technology created by researchers which will allow engineers to examine and evaluate…

Ruston remembers ‘The Dream’

by Maggie Bullock Over 600 people attended Multicultural Affairs’ 7th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Ecumenical Observance held at noon Jan. 19 at the Ruston Civic Center. The service…

So G-L-A-M-A-R-I-S: Virtual maps help creepers be more efficient

by Amaris Bailey Being a creeper can be fun. Just ask multi-billion-dollar conglomerate Google, who understands the creeper’s fascination with tracking people. They tend to help out in that avenue…

That’s what she said . . . I think?: Super Bowl XLIII

by Lamesa Furlow So here we go again, another year, another Super Bowl. My earliest recollection of this grand event kind of morphed from my mother dragging me to the…

Music: Already Free

by Casey Ardoin For the past 12 years, legendary guitarist Derek Trucks and his band have released albums that combine rock, jazz, R&B and blues in a unique down-to-earth way.…

In Our Opinion

The Second Amendment is one issue that triggers widespread debate. Whether being used for protection, hunting or illegal activity, “the right to bear arms” is continually protected by the US…