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Bad economy fails to affect alumni donations

by Jessica Cassels As alumni donations decline nationally due to the economy, Tech is on track to meet the contributions made last year by alumni. For the fiscal year ending…

Body of missing journalist found in pasture near Vienna

by Ashley Dison & Lance Traweek The body of local journalist Mary Margaret Storey, missing since Feb. 7, has been found. The discovery was announced at a 4 p.m. Wednesday…

FROM THE SPORTS DESK: In My Sports America

by Angela Groce My former boss, intern adviser at ESPN 97.7 Radio, coined a phrase over the airways one afternoon two summers ago as Team USA basketball was about to…

AN INDEPENDENT’S PERSPECTIVE ON POLITICS: Rebuilding a broken government

by Lance Traweek The present-day U.S. government is like a poster of a tailless donkey. Blindfolded politicians line up to fit their tail of ideas on just to the right,…

RANDOM RANTS: Media creates curling craze

by Danielle Cintron, Editor The 2010 Winter Olympics have been going on for more than a week now, and every time I flip on the TV, it’s the same sport:…

February frostbite

by Emily LaFleur Students brought out big coats, gloves and boots because winter weather was obviously not done frosting north Louisiana as six inches of snow covered the ground Feb.…

IN OUR OPINION: Tiger apologizes for tarnished image

The phrase, “I’m sorry,” has been the cornerstone of conflict resolution for centuries and still is one of the smallest expressions with one of the greatest impacts. The phrase is…

MISCHIEVOUS ME: Tragedy strikes close to home

by Kathleen Duncan Normally my fellow Tech Talk writers would pick at me and joke about my habit of giving advice on families or kids, but this week I’d like…

FROM THE EDITOR: No time for bittersweet goodbyes

by Casey Ardoin All time is all time. It does not change. It does not lend itself to warnings or explanations. It simply is. Take it moment by moment, and…

MOVIE REVIEW: Shutter Island

by Amy Olita Coming in first at the box office its first weekend in theaters earning $40.2 million, “Shutter Island,” the newest psychological thriller from Martin Scorsese, will not disappoint.…

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