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Women excel in civil engineering

by Amber Guyotte A predominantly male atmosphere may seem intimidating to some girls, but to others it is a chance to prove girls are equally as capable. Anamaria Torres, a…

MOVIE REVIEW: Repo Men

by Amy Olita In the futuristic world of “Repo Men,” where amassing debt not only costs an arm and a leg, but possibly a liver, this film is a daunting,…

Big changes make ‘God of War III’ a must have

by Taylor Stephens With each epic story comes an epic end, and Sony has created a truly grand end to their five-year tale of Kratos in “God of War III”…

Comedian tickles Tech’s funny bone

by Taylor Stephens Comedian Dan Cummins performed in the Student Center, Main Floor, March 23 showcasing his unique comedy on the mundane and the everyday. Cummins, who began his comedy…

Men teach kids, act as role models

by Kelly Belton He’s your typical college guy. He loves sports, plays XBOX 360, appreciates good movies, enjoys music and works out every week. So what’s his major? Elementary education.Senior…

Karate Club kicks into action

by Kelly Belton The Karate-Do Shotokai Club is hosting the 16th annual National Karate Course this week. According to the club’s flyer, Tech students will be joined by other Karate…

Speakers bridge the generation gap

by Patricia Malek Rhonda Boyd’s Kinesiology 406: Healthy Aspects of Aging class benefited March 19 from the advice and life stories of a panel of four local senior citizens who…

Students style their shoes to save feet

by Taylor Stephens An architecture student took the initiative March 18 to spread the message of TOMS by allowing people to purchase a pair of TOMS shoes and design them…

Umdabu Dance Company brings Zulu beat to Tech

by Taylor Stephens Tech presented its first event in the Shaping the 21st Century series with a presentation by the Umdabu Dance Co. March 17. Shaping the 21st Century: Stability…

Clean Sweep

by Justin Phillips As the Jim Mize Invitational came to a conclusion Saturday afternoon and before the final numbers had been calculated for both the men’s and women’s competitions, one…