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Racing series tackles the”Apocalypse”

by Robert Wilson, CO-ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR With the spirit of the end of the world in mind, producers Sony Entertainment released “Motorstorm: Apocalypse,” the third venture in the action-packed “Motorstorm” racing…

Federal financial aid sets new student eligibility standards

by Zach Beaird, STAFF REPORTER Concerns surround the new criteria set for students receiving federal financial aid called the Satisfactory Progress policy, which will become effective fall quarter 2011. Though…

Book rentals coming to Barnes & Noble

by Amie Rolland, STAFF REPORTER Changes have occurred since Tech’s bookstore merged with Barnes & Noble last fall, and this coming fall quarter another big change will occur; students will…

Patriotism alive at Tech

by Kelly Belton & Rebecca Spence , FEATURES EDITOR &?STAFF REPORTER On the morning of 9/11, Madelyne Godley’s mother woke her up to tell her something terrible had happened. As…

Frothy Monkey Coffeehouse shuts down

by Patrick Boyd, STAFF REPORTER It is a Thursday afternoon, and a few students are standing outside the Frothy Monkey Coffeehouse holding a memorial service. Though the owner was unavailable…

Fan shows off true colors

by Sarah Brown, CO-SPORTS EDITOR You have seen them televised on games. You may wonder why the heck someone would do it. What is it? A tattoo of one’s favorite…

Techster softball face Aggies for WAC Tournament berth

by Hayden Haynes, SPORTS REPORTER The Lady Techsters softball team will travel to Logan, Utah, to take on the Utah State Aggies in a three-game series beginning Friday with a…

Theater major fights parent onstage, in class

by Sherelle Black, STAFF REPORTER After high school graduation, most students cannot wait for the chance to venture away from home for a college experience outside the reach of Mom…

Dixie hosts famed comedy crew

by Robert WIlson, CO-ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Legendary comedy troupe The Second City will make its Ruston debut tonight at 7 p.m. at the Dixie Center for the Performing Arts. Founded in…

Crawl unites community

by Naomi Allison, STAFF REPORTER What is bright crimson red, resembles a miniature lobster, is often consumed with spicy potatoes and corn, and was the main appetizer of Ruston’s 2nd…

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