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The Best Lecture, but not the last

by Taylor Stephens Inspired by the common reading text, “The Last Lecture,” for University Seminar students, the Student Government Association and the First Year Experience program created an event to…

Art professor’s exhibit features faces, figures and the familiar

by Kathleen Duncan Jerry Berg, an assistant professor of art, opened his first solo painting exhibition titled “Faces, Figures and the Familiar: A Solo Classical Realist Painting Exhibition” at the…

Four-way stop lessens pedestrians’ tensions

by Eboni Jaggers According to a campus-wide e-mail issued Oct. 21 by Tech’s alert e-mail system, a four-way stop has been implemented at the intersection of West Mississippi and Everett…

Takeoffs and landings:

by Casey Ardoin As if she needed any more attention, Carrie Prejean, infamous for being fired from her titled of Miss California, is in the news again, this time in…

Staring at life from my rearview:

by Donyelle Davis What exactly is “good” hair? This has been a resounding question throughout the black community for decades and has yet to be answered. Comedian Chris Rock will…

Tech’s campus bursting at the seams

by Amy Olita Tech Pointe, the first building in Tech’s Enterprise Campus research park, will soon be the ground zero of intellectual activity at Tech. Enterprise Campus will be developed…

In our opinion:

Where is the Mexican restaurant that used to be in Tolliver Hall? When students returned fall quarter, expecting that plastic container full of refried beans indicative of Aramark cuisine, they…

From the editor:

by Taylor Aswell This October has been horrible for parents in the news as multiple stories of mothers and fathers not being able to handle the “joys of parenthood” have…

So G-L-M-A-R-I-S:

by Amaris Bailey Last time I checked, we were living in the 21st century. Last I looked, anti-miscegenation laws were overturned back in 1967 with the landmark civil rights case…

Researchers try economic ethanol production

by Emily LaFleur Multiple Tech professors and researchers are applying a previously developed collaborated technique of nanotechnology and biology in a cellulosic ethanol process in order to cut cost on…