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No-Shave November

No-Shave November

  Tech students reveal their motives for letting it all grow out   CODY SEXTON Staff Reporter   The winter months are loaded with a number of additional responsibilities to…

‘The Counselor’ in need of lessons

‘The Counselor’ in need of lessons

  JOHN SADLER Staff Reporter   What the hell was that?   I cannot express how disappointed I was leaving this movie. The level of talent involved had my interest…

NFL policies need to be relaxed

NFL policies  need to  be relaxed

    In July 2011, Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall announced that he had been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder.   Since then, Marshall has made it one of…

Tech Madness set for tonight

Tech Madness set for tonight

  Kaleb Causey Sports Editor   Students, fans and alumni will have the chance to interact with the Louisiana Tech University men’s and women’s basketball teams at 7 p.m. tonight…

Aviles accomplishes it all

Aviles accomplishes it all

  DANIEL GETSINGER Sports Reporter   Sometimes life takes a different path and that is exactly what happened for this Lady Techster volleyball player.   Alejandra Aviles is a 17-year-old…

Coming out on campus

Coming out on campus

Students celebrate National Coming Out Week and tell what it is like to express their sexual preference at Tech IAN EDWARDS Staff Reporter   Across Tech’s campus, the week of…

With October comes witches and walkers

With October comes witches and walkers

  Cody Sexton Staff Reporter   The month of October held hostage two of the most highly anticipated shows of the fall lineup.   The return of both “American Horror…

‘Carrie’ goes from psychotic to sympathetic

‘Carrie’ goes from  psychotic to sympathetic

  Addie Martin Entertainment Editor   “Carrie” proved itself as a great film after its first release on Nov. 3, 1976, when it received two Academy Award nominations. But that…

Spongebob should stay

Spongebob should stay

  Kaleb Causey Sports Editor   Kimberly Walker, 28, was an Army corporal who was strangled and beaten to death by her boyfriend on Valentine’s Day of this year. Walker…

GSU’s black and gold mold

  Last Saturday Tech enjoyed its 111th Homecoming football game. Alumni returned, ribbons were cut, and the team took the field.   But as we enjoyed our Homecoming, the students…