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Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity to host ‘Push America Week’

by Emily LaFleur The Theta Phi Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity is hosting “Push America Week,” a series of events aimed to raise awareness for people with disabilities, April…

Students bust a move in salsa dance classes

by Kelly Belton On Friday evenings, a group of students participate in a salsa dance class designed for dancers of all skill levels. While the venue often changes from week…

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Tech faculty member responds to health care article

Your recent cover story on the new health care bill was a pretty good overview of “what’s in it for me now.” But what about “what’s in it for me…

SGA, NSBE bring Tech the ‘Best of Both Worlds’

by Ashley Dison In light of Women’s History Month, the Student Government Association, the Society of Black Engineers and Aramark Dining Services presented “Best of Both Worlds: Balancing Career and…

Southern artist, lecturer finds a ‘1,000 Beautiful Things’ to say

by Taylor Stephens An associate professor of art at the University of South Carolina presented a lecture to Tech students March 23.Kathleen Robbins, the guest lecturer, spoke about her grandmother…

Techsters grind out wins

by Sarah Brown It was a weekend of positives and negatives for the Lady Techsters after competing in a three-game series against the Utah State Aggies culminating in a doubleheader…

Bulldogs’ bats steal weekend series

by Angela Groce The Bulldogs showed the 36,056 fans at Target Field they came to play, win, and bite their first time foe the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers in…

RANDOM RANTS: Apartments hide housing reality

by Danielle Cintron, Editor Senior year of high school is the time when college becomes a serious decision in every student’s life, whether or not to go, first of all,…

DON’T PANIC: Open textbooks, kiss class goodbye

by Robert Wilson I believe those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it; but what if the problem comes from the history learned? The Texas Board…

WALKING TOWARD THE SUN: Good ole’ red, blue

by Emily LaFleur I simply love Louisiana Tech University. Ever since a high school adviser introduced me to Tech, I’ve been in love ever since. The old-world charm, red bricks,…