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RAINBOW WARRIORS AWAIT TECH

by Angela Groce A 1-3 record is what most experts pinned the Bulldogs to be at this point.But, it is not what any Bulldog fan wished to be the case,…

‘Forrest Gump’ invades UB Fall Fling event

by Naomi Allison More than 500 students flocked into the heart of the Quadrangle Sept. 21 from noon to 4 p.m. as Union Board hosted its annual Fall Fling, “Forrest…

Red out rallies rouse bulldog fans

by Mary Timmons Thomas Assembly Center and Hide-A-Way Park were bumpin’ and jumpin’ as students gathered Friday and Saturday for pre-game pump ups and parties. Union Board hosted the pep…

IfM, VAC break boundaries through art

by Sherelle Black For the first time in Tech history, the Institute for Micromanufacturing and the art department have collaborated to bring the Tech community an exhibit that portrays science…

Natural disasters cause GIS, forestry job market growth

by Anna Claire Thomas Because of disasters like Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill, many college students are enrolling in training programs such as Geographic Information Science and the…

New law breaks bank

by Jessica Cassels Cell phone usage by college-age students is an idea that most understand, but now the usage of cell phones can and will result in ticketing by campus…

Enrollment rates rise, third year in a row

by Amber Guyotte Louisiana Tech’s enrollment has been recognized as the highest in the University of Louisiana System for this school year.Tech’s overall enrollment increased 4.6 percent since last fall…

Hutcheson reopens with increase in male students

by Amber Guyotte Residential life intended to close Hutcheson Hall to make repairs and limit room spaces available this year. However, Sam Speed, assistant dean of student life, said more…

RANDOM RANTS: Fitting feelings under 300 characters

by Danielle Cintron, Editor It’s weird to think that you can live with someone and never actually know what is happening to that person in life outside of your daily…

SARCASM WITH AN AGENDA: Tea party in hot water

by Kelly Belton If Tea Party supporters live in reality, why can’t they feel the boiling water that surrounds them? Once more, they’ve proven themselves unable to grasp the concept…