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Ramblings from an obese college student: Lil’ Wayne’s World

by Taylor Aswell The United States is at a crossroads. New president, horrible economy and conflicts everywhere seem to haunt the very thought of America reaching a place of peace…

Jindal to speak, inspire students

by Eboni Jaggers Gov. Bobby Jindal will be the keynote speaker for Tech’s Spring 2009 commencement held at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 23 in the Thomas Assembly Center. Tech President…

Speeding tickets increase

by Danielle Cintron With all of the bumps, dips and cars removed, Tech Drive has, in some people’s minds, become an ideal road for cruising, a fact that has not…

Robots navigate Tolliver

by Kathleen Duncan Computer science students gathered to show off their robots Friday in Tolliver Hall at the 2009 Robot Championships. Ben Choi, an associate professor of computer science, said…

Modern Musings: Growing pains exhumed, exercised

by Staci Parks Any change, even a change for the better, is always accompanied by drawbacks and discomforts.”– Arnold Bennett I always wondered exactly what I’d put in this space…

From the editor: Obama Nation or abomination?

by Meredith Maines The calendar has already ticked off more than the first 100 days of a new administration, and I keep forgetting George W. Bush isn’t still the one…

Esteemed Human Ecology professor retires after 22 years

by Amy Olita At least 100 colleagues, family members, friends and former students gathered in the Early Childhood Education Center on Homer Street last Friday to honor and celebrate retiring…

Music students perform at guitar recital in Howard

by Eboni Jaggers The music department presented a guitar recital at 7:30 p.m. May 12 in Howard Auditorium, Center for the Performing Arts. Cain Budds, an assistant professor of music…

Shaw Group refuses funds

by Kevin Sims In a surprise move by the Louisiana-based Shaw Group Inc., $172.5 million in state incentives has been re-allocated to state legislators, forcing the state’s decision makers to…

Tech models strut it out at the Student Center

by Tina Marie Alvarenga Allure Modeling Troupe, a community service based organization, turned the Student Center into a fashion show titled “It is What it is: Game Over,” Tuesday night…

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