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Tech’s team argues last debate of season

by Dacia Idom, STAFF REPORTER Intellectual property rights and granting amnesty to dictators who leave office were some of the topics debated at the United States Universities Debating Championship 2011.…

Human ecology ceremony honors students

by Amie Rolland, STAFF REPORTER Engraved plaques line the hallway of Carson Taylor Hall dating back to as early as 1945. Human Ecology is one of the oldest existing programs…

GSA speaks out with day of silence

by Patrick Boyd, STAFF REPORTER It is an unusually loud, blistering hot spring day on campus. Students hustle and bustle through Centennial Plaza and the Student Center, grabbing lunch or…

Invisible children finally visible

by Naomi Allison, STAFF REPORTER Dreaming, watching cartoons, having adventures on the playground, drawing pictures with Crayola crayons, hanging out with friends and spending time with family are all fond…

SGA president reviews transit option

by Patrick Boyd, STAFF REPORTER In 2009, Grambling State University’s Student Government Association passed a bill to get a transit bus system enacted for their campus. After passing through their…

Theater to present ‘Macbeth’ in apocalyptic New Orleans

by Robert WIlson, CO-ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR One of Shakespeare’s most legendary works will receive an apocalyptic twist set in the French Quarter during the Tech Theatre Players’ production of “Macbeth.” Director…

Human rights not limited to human beings

by Mary Timmons, CO-ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Despite having its hands full with the Middle Eastern protests and its constant quest to create a better world, the United Nations still makes time…

Murder worse than solicited sex

by Kelly Belton, FEATURES EDITOR For centuries, men have been unable to keep it in their pants. For centuries, they have turned to prostitutes for their fulfillment. People can call…

‘SCRE4M’ lacks hopeful shrill

by Mary TImmons, CO-ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR After 11 years Director Wes Craven finally continues his “Scream” series by killing off a new generation of high school victims who can’t seem to…

Art exhibition illustrates talents of graduating seniors

by Zach Beaird, STAFF REPORTER The gallery was full of chatter and excitement for the School of Art opening reception for Disembark: Bachelor in Fine Arts Studio Exhibition April 14…