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Journalism legend to retire

by Kevin Sims After 41 years of service at Tech, Wiley Hilburn will retire as the head of the journalism department in August. Hilburn said he does not take much…

Diabetes education granted a sweet deal

by Amy Olita Human ecology and nursing students will now have more opportunities to gain experience outside class by helping others in the community due to a grant, which was…

2008-2009: 3 teams to remember

by Justin Phillips Derek Dooley is slowly but surely carving his place into Tech lore with his resuscitation of the Bulldog football program over the past two seasons. The improvement…

From the sports desk: Finding ways to say goodbye as the curtain closes on yet another year

by Justin Phillips Smothered in the background within the deafening silence of my bedroom late one school night, I can hear Lebron James ripping the Atlanta Hawks apart, play-by-spectacular-play. Honestly,…

Movie: Star Trek

by Justin Phillips Somebody from the Paramount Pictures needs to give director J.J. Abrams a “thank you” card and maybe a few million extra dollars. With a new perspective, a…

Summer blockbusters show promise, action

by Casey Ardoin While the lackluster economy might have affected the number of 2009’s blockbusters, the whittled down lineup looks to entice audiences this summer. First up is “Terminator Salvation,”…

Union Board ends big with Spring Bash

by Maggie Bullock Around 200 students filled the Student Center, Main Floor with a night of dancing for Union Board’s last event of the year, the Spring Bash. Stephen Lynch,…

Takeoffs and landings: Silence is still a problem

by Casey Ardoin For 16 years the U.S. military has upheld the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy, a federally mandated ban on homosexuals openly serving in the armed forces. The…

Has Obama received the ‘Atta Boy’ just yet?

by Emily Lafleur __Perhaps American citizens need to be patient with the President Barack Obama since he’s just rounded his famous first 100 days in office. Gary Stokley, an associate…

In our opinion: Energy shift could mean boost for Louisiana

by In our opinion: Energy shift could mean boost for Louisiana Legendary Texas oil and gas executive T. Boone Pickens launched a plan in July 2008 to eliminate the United…

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