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Women in STEM

Women in STEM

  KAILEE COURTS Staff Reporter   The number of females who attend universities around the country outnumber males 2:1, but more males are usually in engineering programs.   CNN’s leading…

Vote to protect New Orleans

The Nov. 4 elections are right around the corner and citizens across Louisiana must decide which state constitutional amendments they will vote for or against.   Keep in mind, these…

GamerGate reveals industry problems

  John Sadler Editor-in-Chief   The gamer community continuously struggles with stereotypes. I am sure you’ve heard them. Gamers are all 12-year-olds screaming racial slurs over Xbox Live headsets. Gamers…

Light the Lady shines light on domestic violence

  Catherine Burke Staff Reporter   The Lady of the Mist was illuminated the night of Oct. 23 thanks to Alpha Chi Omega’s annual event Light the Lady. This event…

How about a shot at another plan

  Jared King Sports Editor   I am certain you have heard about the school shooting that took place on Friday. This tragedy has been all over the news and…

Through red and blue glasses

  FROM THE SPORTS DESK   I must admit I am blindly optimistic when it comes to the sports programs of my beloved alma mater. I see the upcoming seasons…

Architecture students reach out to community

  BRENNEN LEGE Staff Reporter   Be it ramps for children in wheelchairs or new stairs in an elderly person’s home, sometimes the smallest luxuries in life can create the…

Police searching for assault suspect

  Brennen Lege Staff Reporter   A male Tech student was assaulted late Sunday night near Park Place Apartments by Jenkins.   The student was using a wooded shortcut connecting…

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