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Baseball slides into annual Fall World Series

Anna Claire Thomas Co-Sports Editor   The Bulldog baseball team is set to begin its annual Fall World Series Friday night at 6 p.m. at J. C. Love Field at…

’Dogs ready to battle Spartans

Sarah Brown Co-Sports Editor   After defeating Utah State 24-17 Oct. 22, the Bulldogs will return home to host Western Athletic foe San Jose State in their Homecoming game.  …

If Tech is hit with a Zombie infestation, will you be prepared?

If Tech is hit with a Zombie infestation, will you be prepared?

Reina Kempt Staff Reporter   Louisiana is a victim of many disasters such as floods and hurricanes, but what if a zombie apocalypse occurs? Are Tech students ready?   To…

Third film fulfills trilogy

Third film fulfills trilogy

Mary Timmons Associate Editor   With Halloween right around the corner, moviegoers are craving that once a year scare. So, it’s no surprise that “Paranormal Activity 3” broke the box-office…

Horror book unable to provide scare

Horror book unable to provide scare

Kathleen Duncan Contributing Editor   “The house had, well, a history.” Sounds like the beginnings of a B-rated, low budget horror movie, right? Christopher Bohjalian’s The Night Strangers has the…

Technology, social media change news delivery

MOLLY BOWMAN Staff Reporter   The field of journalism has made the shift from paper to technology – changing the way news reaches its viewers.   A majority of readers…

Voter turnout too low for Tech area

IN OUR OPINION   Last Saturday’s LSU football game gained more attention than Louisiana’s state elections.   Without the constant publicity, many potential voters would have been oblivious to the…

Wearing red and blue with pride

Wearing red and blue with pride

WORDS WITH AN ATTITUDE   SHERELLE BLACK News Editor   In the midst of Homecoming Week, it hit me that there was something different about the atmosphere surrounding the campus.…

Wild animals should stay wild

Wild animals should stay wild

CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING REBECCA SPENCE News Editor   Forty-nine were shot last week in Ohio, 50 if you include Terry Thompson. His home farm of exotic animals were let loose…

Time to learn from immigrants

Time to learn from immigrants

FROM THE EDITOR   KELLY BELTON Editor-in-Chief   Unless Texas Gov. Rick Perry gets his way with an electric fence along the southern U.S. border, it’s time for those unaccustomed to Hispanic…