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Francis I, pope of firsts, selected

Francis I, pope of firsts, selected

  JOHN SADLER Staff Reporter   The last few weeks have brought a few changes in tradition to the Roman Catholic Church. What began with the first voluntary resignation of…

Tech hosts a variety of events in honor of women’s history month

  JOHN SADLER Staff Reporter   While most know February is Black History Month, they might not know that March is Women’s History Month.   V. Elaine Thompson, Assistant Professor…

SGA finds new ideas at annual conference

  DANIEL GETSINGER Staff Reporter   There are always new ideas and new thoughts that arise everyday, and some ways are better than others. These are a few things that…

Nursing students to benefit from new simulator

  KELSY KERSHAW News Editor   Palpable pulses, bowel sounds and reactive pupils are only three functions of the new CAE Healthcare METIman High Fidelity Adult Manikin.   The Tech…

Hollywood criminals, star-studded futures

Hollywood criminals, star-studded futures

  CODY SEXTON Staff Reporter   Only in America can teenagers commit multiple counts of residential burglary, steal millions of dollars, and become immortalized on the silver screen in one…

3 Docs Brew House hosts new Indie Night

3 Docs Brew House hosts new Indie Night

  CHRISTIAN STAMPS Staff Reporter   The guitarists are practicing their riffs, the rappers are spitting their best bars and the singers are warming up their cords, all in preparation…

Students stage slavery stand

Students stage slavery stand

  Event  promotes awareness of issue DANIEL GETSINGER Staff Reporter    As a cardboard drawing of Abraham Lincoln’s face watched over Centennial Plaza, students gathered to raise awareness about slavery…

‘Oz the Great and Powerful’ falls short

‘Oz the Great and Powerful’ falls short

  GRACE MOORE Entertainment Editor   It is a dangerous game when movie directors meddle with classic entertainment.   “Oz the Great and Powerful” is not a remake of the…

Circle K hosts Special Olympics

Circle K hosts Special Olympics

  BLAKE BOLIN Staff Reporter   Last Friday Tech’s Circle K organization hosted the North Central Special Olympics at Ruston High School.   Katie Hickingbottom, a sophomore history major and…

Elite Troupe puts on atypical show

Elite Troupe puts on atypical show

  PAUL HARRIS Staff Reporter   The Elite Modeling Troupe did not conduct a typical fashion show, where models walk the runway and do a turn to merely walk back…

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