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Video games are a form of art

by Robert WIlson, ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR I believe the time is finally on the horizon when video games, one of my favorite pasttimes, will be able to join the pantheon of…

Military under fire…again

by Taylor Stephens, EDITOR After reading the absolutely disgusting story by Rolling Stone Sunday and viewing the horrifying pictures and videos, I sit ashamed of our military. My heart trembled…

Getting to the heart of the matter

by Amber Guyotte, COPY EDITOR More than 100,000 people in the United States need an organ transplant to save their lives, according to Donate Life America. With that number, one…

Libya problems hit home

by Mary Timmons, STAFF REPORTER Since the Egyptian revolution in late January, there have been similar uprisings in Libya as well as other Middle Eastern countries. With a craving for…

Bulldogs welcome coach White with open arms

by Anna Claire Thomas, CO-SPORTS EDITOR Just one week after relieving Kerry Rupp of his head coaching duties, Tech officials Wednesday hired Michael White, a former assistant coach at Ole…

Student vehicles vandalized

by Rebecca Spence, STAFF REPORTER Students parked in the Mitchell Hall lot and the University Park apartments gravel lot looked out their windows Friday and received a crude message on…

Prisoners pester on Facebook

South Carolina has proposed a bill that would make it a crime for any inmate to set up a social media outlet while in prison. This bill, proposed by Rep.…

Harasser in Harper arrested

by Rebecca Spence, STAFF REPORTER A 20-year-old male Grambling State University student was arrested for physically harassing a Tech female student, who was also a former girlfriend, in order to…

Greeks unite from A to ?

by Sherelle Black, STAFF REPORTER Unity is usually not the word envisioned when thinking about multiple fraternities and sororities in close proximity, but for one week some students could see…

Students dance to the beats of cultures around the world

by Naomi Allison, STAFF REPORTER Fists pumped through the air, hips swayed from side to side, bodies glistened with sweat and music beats pulsated from stereos as more than 25…

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