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Techsters Wrack 400th win in the TAC

by Hayden Haynes, SPORTS REPORTER As Tech fans pinked out the Thomas Assembly Center for the Susan G. Komen foundation, the 19-5 Techsters clinched their 400th win at home after…

The most inaccurate profession of all time

by Kelly Belton, NEWS EDITOR Thanks to the impeccable accuracy of the National Weather Service’s forecasts, we have missed three full days of classes and seen absolutely no snow this…

Religion in the workplace causes controversy

by Haley Kraemer, COPY?EDITOR Chick-fil-A’s recent “anti-gay” controversy is a good example of how disorder can ensue when religion is brought into the workplace. Controversy began when a gay blog…

Students’ support helps raise more than $100K for St. Jude

by Amber Guyotte, COPY?EDITOR Raising money to help save children’s lives brought Tech students and affiliates together in one mind set through the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Radiothon held…

And the Oscar goes to…

by Editorial Staff , STAFF?REPORT What began as a private dinner in Hollywood’s Hotel Roosevelt in 1929 to honor the previous year’s most notable film achievements has grown to become…

First Lady, healthier living

With a growing number of the nation’s people facing obesity, First Lady Michelle Obama has expanded her anti-obesity program to promote healthier lifestyles by making better options more available. About…

Tolliver Hall will be open 24-hours during finals’ week

by Staff Report, EDITORIAL STAFF Roommate being too loud while you are studying for finals? Tired of not having a place to pull that all-nighter? The Student Government Association has…

Moving forward

by Zach Beaird , STAFF?REPORTER The hammering, sawing, drilling and noise in general will soon come to an end in some parts of campus. Winter quarter has been full of…

Final remarks, campus aspirations

by Danielle Cintron, EDITOR In my four years of attending Tech, never before have I had such a dragging winter quarter. With all of the breaks and weather closures, my…

Honors class meets monks at monastery

by Sherelle Black, STAFF REPORTER The honors program made a field trip to Subiaco, Ark., to get away from present civilization, and become enriched in the history of the quiet…

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