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The art of naming a column

The art of naming a column

THE REEL RUNNER   PATRICK BOYD News Editor I do not know much about parenting (other than the fact that lamaze classes look absolutely terrifying), but I can imagine trying…

Students speak out on Anti-Piracy laws

    Molly Bowman Staff Reporter   New anti-piracy legislation drafted by Congress has caused Internet users to form the largest online protest in history, according to sopastrike.com.   On…

Outside the closed doors

Outside the closed doors

I DON’T GIVE A “CENSORED”   AMIE ROLLAND News Editor Growing up in the Bible Belt, I was taught to attend church anytime the doors were open.  However, worship, the…

Tech’s Best hope for larger turnout next year

Tech’s Best hope for larger turnout next year

  Alwayne Green Staff Reporter There was a bigger turnout at Tech’s Best gospel concert and suggestions pour in to make it better next year.   Tech’s Best is a…

New Orientation leaders selected for 2012

New Orientation leaders selected for 2012

  Lisa Plaisance Staff Reporter Almost 70 students applied to become the new face of Tech as Orientation Student Leaders, but only 16 were chosen. These newly elected representatives will…

HabiTECH12 builds home for local family

HabiTECH12 builds home for local family

  Natalie McElwee Staff Reporter   For the past six years, Tech students in the school of architecture have reached out to their community by partnering with Habitat for Humanity.…

Open mic night provides relaxed vibe

Open mic night provides relaxed vibe

  Alwayne Green Staff Reporter   Thanks to the Wesley Foundation, students’ talents were on center stage at an open mic night.   Open Mic night is an event where…

Budget cuts create academic challenges

Budget cuts create academic challenges

  Amrit Awal Staff Reporter   Continuous budget reductions in higher education seem to make each year difficult for universities and colleges throughout Louisiana, but vice president for academic affairs…

New library renovations enhance archive preservation

New library renovations enhance archive preservation

  AMIE ROLLAND News Editor   Since 1945, Prescott Memorial Library has housed special collections of manuscripts and archives on its fourth floor. The university is dedicated to the preservation…

SGA proposes new fee for athletic facility

  Molly Bowman Staff Reporter   The Student Government Association passed a resolution for an enhancement fee Jan. 17 that will fund a new athletic facility on campus.   The…