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Student attacked, raises questions over security

by Ashley Dison A student sustained minor injuries when she was attacked Jan. 20 between the housing office and Adams Classroom Hall in what Tech police believe was an attempted…

From the editor: Hell freezes, apocalypse is near

by Casey Ardoin Let’s face it. People have always been wary of the end times. Since the Book of Revelation was penned thousands of years ago, each generation has felt…

Mischievous Me: Toddlers & Tiaras or Diva & Mom

by Kathleen Duncan We all love some sort of reality show, whether it be about wedding dress shopping, “guidoes” going through their drama on the Jersey Shore, rock stars searching…

Motion City Soundtrack

by Robert Wilson “My Dinosaur Life,” the latest album by Minneapolis quintet Motion City Soundtrack, is a step up for the alternative pop-rockers, offering a solid collection of college-age angst…

Techsters fall 71-61 at Fresno State

by Angela Groce Fresno State’s offense was too much for the Lady Techsters Saturday night as they fell 71-61 at the Save Mart Center. Fresno State’s Jaleesa Ross was unstoppable…

The Ying Yang Twins gets crunk at Static

by Emily LaFleur It was time for the crowd to get crunk at Static Nightclub in Monroe Jan. 22 when the Ying Yang Twins took the stage. Don O’Toole Jr.,…

LA Tech’s Orientation Student Leaders

by Lance Traweek After a two-week-long application process, 16 were selected out of 65 hopefuls to become the 2010 Orientation Student Leaders. “Each of these students represent a different part…

In Our opinion: Student safety still an issue at Tech

Since the beginning of the school year, Tech students have heard about multiple criminal acts happening on and off campus. Recently, several students have had their homes burglarized in off-campus…

Legion

by Donyelle Davis For the past few weeks, the box-office has been bombarded with Hollywood’s depictions of the end of days with films like “Daybreakers” and “The Book of Eli.”…

Spastic thoughts from little Italy: Environmentalists cross the line

by Amy Olita It’s official. People dedicated to the cause of going green have gone crazy. Well, sort of. In an effort to minimize and clean up the trash in…