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BP return to Gulf drilling is too soon

IN OUR OPINION   On April 22, 2010, more than 205 million gallons of oil spilled from BP’s Deepwater Horizon rig, causing an explosion that killed 11 people and created…

America: Land of the semi-free

America: Land of the semi-free

THE TRUTH AS I SEE IT TAYLOR STEPHENS Contributing Editor   The online freedom you hold near and dear could be at stake. A new Internet protection bill could protect…

Seven billion and counting

Seven billion and counting

HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW MARY TIMMONS Associate Editor   The 2011 Halloween season brought candy, costumes and an increase in the earth’s population.   On Monday, as estimated by…

Films bring social issues, stigmas to the forefront

Films bring social issues, stigmas to the forefront

NAOMI ALLISON News Editor   What would it feel like to be a 25-year-old living with cancer? Or experience segregation on a daily basis?   Often, comedy mixed with a…

Real drug war goes unnoticed

Real drug war goes unnoticed

FROM THE EDITOR KELLY BELTON Editor-in-Chief   Ask your doctor for the magical pill that will make all of your aches and pains disappear!   TV ads for prescription medicines essentially suggest…

Depp film only mildly funny

Depp film only mildly funny

REBECCA SPENCE News Editor   Based on the Hunter S. Thompson novel, “The Rum Diary” starring Johnny Depp, was a hangover that never seemed to go away. The box office…

‘Ceremonials’ full of expression

‘Ceremonials’ full of expression

MARY TIMMONS Associate Editor   Florence and the Machine’s debut album “Lungs” gained popularity in the U.S. a year after its original release in 2008. Will “Ceremonials” follow the same…

Football season turns sweet

Football  season turns sweet

SARAH BROWN Co-Sports Editor   A simple change to the roster might have changed Tech’s football season from sour to sweet.   After leaving the Oct. 22 game at Utah…

Seniors end soccer season at home, fall to Rainbow Wahine

Seniors end soccer season at home, fall to Rainbow Wahine

ANNA CLAIRE THOMAS Co-Sports Editor   The Louisiana Tech women’s soccer team has finished their season off in heartbreaking fashion after falling to Hawaii 1-0 in overtime Sunday.   The…

Lady Techsters to finish preseason exhibition play

Lady Techsters to finish  preseason exhibition play

ANNA CLAIRE THOMAS Co-Sports Editor The Lady Techster basketball squad will take to the court for the last time this preseason in their final tune-up as they take on Delta…

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