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‘Girls’ comes back with less than a bang

‘Girls’ comes back with less than a bang

  PATRICK BOYD Contributing Editor   Lately, my favorite television shows have started to resemble my favorite junk foods and desserts.   “Downton Abbey” is like a nice slab of…

One Direction, or two?

  ADDIE MARTIN Staff Reporter   Jackson 5, New Edition, New Kids on the Block, Backstreet Boys, One Direction—the boy bands with their handsome looks and mushy love songs have…

Legends: Taking a swing with T.J. Soto

Legends: Taking a swing with T.J. Soto

  REINA KEMPT Sports Editor   This is the third entry of a series about Tech’s most prominent athletes.   Louisiana Tech’s baseball season is right around the corner, and…

Tech and Super Bowl stories interweave

Tech and Super Bowl stories interweave

  DEREK J. AMAYA Associate Managing Editor   REINA KEMPT Sports Editor   The storylines behind Super Bowl XLVII go beyond the Baltimore Ravens’ middle linebacker Ray Lewis retiring, the…

Cheerleaders gain national recognition

Cheerleaders gain national recognition

  ADDIE MARTIN Staff Reporter   For several months they practiced, conditioned and worked nonstop to simply represent Louisiana Tech to the nation in the longest two minutes of their…

HabiTECH connects the university to community

HabiTECH connects the university to community

  ALICE ESSIEN Staff Reporter   Equipped with 171 days, 12 fourth-year architecture students and the material to make a house, HabiTECH13 set out to complete its eighth community restoration…

If I hear the crickets one more time…

If I hear the crickets one more time…

  DEREK J. AMAYA Associate Managing Editor   Going down to the wire, the Lady Techsters have the ball after a questionable call by one of the infamous Western Athletic…

Counseling Center to tackle body image issues

  ALICE ESSIEN Staff Reporter   Negative self body image issues is a growing problem in today’s American society.   The Counseling Center is now offering a support group on…

Bridging the gap between old and new

Bridging the gap between old and new

  KAAMILYA SALAAM Staff Reporter   When architecture professor William Willoughby peers out across campus from the stairs of Keeny Hall, he sees different eras of Tech’s history through its…

LTCA presents brass quintet

LTCA presents brass quintet

  KELSY KERSHAW Staff Reporter   Quintet is their name and brass is their game.   The Louisiana Tech Concert Association presented the St. Louis Brass Quintet at 7:30 p.m.…

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