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Mayan lecture series comes to a conclusion

by Kathleen Duncan The month-long inquiry titled “The Maya and the World: Interdisciplinary Inquiry in the Liberal Arts” came to a close this past week with two lectures by W.…

Business boot camp to inspire, assist entrepreneurs

by Ashley Dison Students and faculty interested in learning the basics of business planning received a crash course at the Basic Business Boot Camp Nov. 7 in the College of…

Humans v. Zombies spawns live-action video game club

by Kathleen Duncan Students interested in letting off a little steam before finals had the chance to do so this past weekend with a quick live-action video game, once again…

Renown screenwriter shares tips at lecture

by Taylor Stephens James Hart, a professional screenwriter, visited the halls of Howard Auditorium, Center for Performing Arts, to give a lecture to students interested in screenwriting for movies. Bill…

Police escort students to safety

by Quentin Anderson When Shena Henderson heard Tech police were shortening the golf cart escort service hours at night on campus last spring, she was both alarmed and angered by…

Comeback downs the Bulldogs

by Angela Groce It took one snap, one hold and one missed field goal to give a one-point victory over the Bulldogs to the Idaho Vandals Saturday at the Kibbie…

The ladies are back

by Tierra Nelson The Lady Techsters crushed Division II opponent Incarnate Word Cardinals 81-52 in the season opener exhibition at the Thomas Assembly Center Sunday. Returning Western Athletic Conference Player…

Students cook up more options on thier own time

by Emily LaFleur As the Checkers slogan goes, “You Gotta Eat,” Tech students agree, but before they do so, there are decisions that have to be made: either eat on…

On campus eats keep improving

by Taylor Stephens When the word cafeteria is said, sometimes the first images that come to mind are mean lunch ladies with hair nets, gray slop slapped on a hard…

Movie: This Is It

by Kevin Sims After months of endless documentaries chronicling the life and death of the King of Pop, “Michael Jackson’s This is It” sheds off every layer of scandal and…