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SARCASM WITH AN AGENDA: Your citizens or your money

by Kelly Belton A s the oil continues to flow into the Gulf, it’s politics as usual in Washington. Political pundits are sounding off every day on their stance on…

Waggonner Center sends student to DC

by Haley Kraemer Ryan Land, a sophomore electrical engineering major student, was awarded the opportunity to intern in Sen. Mary Landrieu’s Washington, D.C., office this summer. The Waggonner Center is…

Weatherspoon scores double hall of fame honors

by Sapphira Brown Head women’s basketball coach Teresa Weatherspoon has been inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame and the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame. Weatherspoon received her Women’s…

Tech track team members place in NCAA national championship

by Sapphira Brown The Tech track team finished satisfied with performances and higher rankings as the NCAA National meet came to an end June 12. Nine of the team’s athletes…

Football fever strikes Dykes with new summer programs

by Zach Beaird Tech head coach Sonny Dykes will be keeping himself busy this summer while working alongside his wife, Kate, on the creation of Pigskins and Pearls Women’s Football…

I survived a Houston music festival

by Kelly Belton Despite temperatures in the upper 90s, a torrential downpour on a muddy hill and hours of driving around the fourth largest city in the country, I was…

Old toys receive new battery life in Pixar’s Toy Story 3

by Maggie Bullock It is now the beginning of one of the biggest chapters of your life. You are starting college. And what is your most difficult conflict before you…

OILY WOES HIT HOME

by Patricia Malek When BP’s Deep Water Horizon rig exploded and began gushing oil into the Gulf of Mexico two months ago, communities all along the gulf were forced to…

THE TRUTH AS I SEE IT: A witch of a columnist

by Taylor Stephens From copygirl to most controversial face in the news, and it only took Helen Thomas nearly nine decades. The columnist turned chief of United Press International has…

WALKING TOWARD THE SUN: Texting & driving; no LOL-ing matter

by Emily LaFleur Screech…slam…bam! It all happened in that order or at least that is how I remembered it. As I left Dallas last Sunday morning, pondering over all the…

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