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Techsters spy championship

by Hayden Haynes, SPORTS REPORTER The Lady Techsters softball team won two of three games this past weekend, clinching the final spot in the Western Athletic Conference tournament.  On Friday,…

The joys and pains of 2010-11

by Sarah Brown, CO-SPORTS EDITOR The 2010-11 season for Tech sports has been one of joys, heartbreaks and everything in between. Head Coach Teresa Weatherspoon led the Lady Techsters to…

New bats hit home

by Natalie Gunn, CONTRIBUTING WRITER Last year, all that anyone heard was the sound of the ball leaving the barrel of the bat. This year, that sound has become a…

Diamond Dogs seek sweep over Hornets

by Anna Claire Thomas, CO-SPORTS EDITOR  After a series split against No. 19 ranked Fresno State, the Diamond Dogs are heading into the last few games of the regular season…

Golf barely misses podium, places in WAC Tournament

by Sarah Brown, CO-SPORTS EDITOR The golf team ended its season in full swing, as they placed fourth at the Western Athletic Conference Championships in Henderson, Nev. Juniors Sam Forgan…

Climate change more convincing than it seems

by Kelly Belton, FEATURES EDITOR As a child, I was trained to close my ears when Al Gore opened his mouth. I could not risk being corrupted by the man…

Reggae ‘Fools’ return to Ruston bar

by Mary Timmons, CO-ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Stiff Necked Fools come back to 3docs Brewhouse at 10 p.m. Saturday for reggaefilled concert. The Shreveport-based band put on a phenomenal show during their…

‘Jay and Silent Bob’ relaunch popular podcast

by Robert Wilson, CO-ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR The creative team behind comedic hits “Clerks” and “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back” relaunched their popular SModcast network Monday to create the SModcast Internet…

Bin Laden’s picture causes conspiracy theories

by Mary Timmons, CO-ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR After a week since the death of the world’s most-wanted terrorist, people’s doubts have started to emerge about whether or not Osama bin Laden is…

Privacy concerns raised

People should be allowed access to their personal information that companies have collected via the Internet because it involves their own lives. According to The New York Times, companies electronically…

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