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Quest for Excellence moves forward

by Sarah Brown, Sports Editor The Board of Supervisors for the University of Louisiana System gave the University’s Foundation and the Athletics Department permission to move forward with the development…

Ashaolu leads Tech over Houston Baptist

by Sarah Brown, Sports Editor Junior forward Olu Ashaolu had a stellar game Tuesday night, as he led the Bulldogs over Houston Baptist 80-57 in Houston. The game snapped a…

Lady Techsters seek road wins at Tulane, LSU

by Anna Claire Thomas, Associate Sports Editor The Lady Techster basketball team looks to continue its winning ways in a pair of games that will pit them against two in-state…

If Tech had a Heisman nominee

by Sarah Brown, Sports Editor As I sat on my bed and watched the Heisman Trophy Saturday nighst, I couldn’t help but think about what if Tech had a Heisman…

Archives attain art professor’s almanacs

by Amber Guyotte, Copy Editor Saul Zalesch wants to share pieces of artistic history he thinks are underappreciated by scholars and to encourage creativity within his students by incorporating new…

Kostelka expects 2011 to be fiscal ‘year from hell’

by Haley Kraemer, Copy Editor State Senator Bob Kostelka addressed students on the processes of redistricting and reapportioning of election districts at the Financial Management Association meeting Dec. 9 in…

Loko lovers lose liquor

by Mary Timmons, Staff Reporter Combining caffeine, taurine, guarana and alcohol, which are some of the ingredients in Four Loko, and cramming it into a 23.5 oz can is enough…

Fracking causes green stir

While visiting her grandmother in East Texas, issues involving fracking were brought to the attention of a Tech Talk copy editor. Through a natural gas drilling technique known as hydraulic…

Cyber World War I

by Thomas Knapp, Senior News Analyst And Media Coordinator At The Center For A Stateless Society After losing the Democratic Party’s primary in 2006, US Senator Joe Lieberman formed a…

Scientists set out to solve sleaziness

by Taylor Stephens, Features Editor Any type of disorder can now be described as a chemical imbalance. Remember when crazy people were just crazy people? Now nearly everything can be…

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