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Data overload proves threatening

People’s lives should not be put in the “hands” of machines because the consequences can be deadly. An information overload can be deadly when people’s lives are on the line,…

New players, same problems

by Darian Worden Somalia’s troubles are in the news again, as Erik Prince of Blackwater fame is reportedly backing a private military company’s bid to work for the embattled Somali…

Sundown concert celebrates General Patterson’s birthday

by Robert Wilson, ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Sundown Tavern patrons stood at attention to pay tribute to West Monroe’s General Patterson for the musician’s 50th birthday, commemorated with a concert Friday night. …

School of Art to host national competition

by Sherelle Black, STAFF REPORTER Thirty-three artists from across the nation will have their artwork featured in Tech’s first national juried art competition, bringing their creative profession to life in…

Kutcher, Portman prove themselves

by Kelly Belton, NEWS EDITOR Cleverly convincing, “No Strings Attached” portrays a man and a woman on a quest to keep their relationship purely physical, taking moviegoers to the heart…

String quartet to give special performance

by Robert Wilson, ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR World-renowned chamber musicians, the St. Petersburg String Quartet, will make their Ruston debut with a special concert at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 1 in Howard Auditorium,…

Techsters aim for seventh straight win

by Anna Claire Thomas, ASSOCIATE SPORTS EDITOR Head coach Teresa Weatherspoon’s Lady Techsters are looking to pick up where they left off on their last road trip and extend a…

Bulldogs seek victory against Idaho

by Sarah Brown, SPORTS EDITOR The Bulldogs are looking to improve their record and snap their eight-game losing streak tonight as they host Western Athletic Conference foe Idaho in the…

Former bulldog makes it big

by Sarah Brown, SPORTS EDITOR Watching a tidbit of the pre-game show on FOX Sunday afternoon made me beyond happy to be a Bulldog. Former Tech quarterback Terry Bradshaw and…

Cheerleaders compete in UCA competition at Disney World

by Mary Timmons, STAFF REPORTER After a few damaging tumbles at the Jan. 6 Bulldog basketball game against Fresno State, the Tech cheerleading team managed to flip its way to…