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Researcher ranked in Ecofriend website top ten

by Zach Beaird, STAFF REPORTER Tech researcher Long Que’s unique energy-harvesting device has been named one of www.Ecofriend.org’s top ten renewable energy technology breakthroughs of 2010. Que, along with graduate…

Union Board brings Christmas celebration to campus

by Zach Beaird, Staff Reporter The holiday spirit was alive at Tech during Union Board’s annual Christmas in the Plaza Dec. 14 from 5-8 p.m. in the Student Center, Main…

Kostelka expects 2011 to be fiscal ‘year from hell’

by Haley Kraemer, Copy Editor State Senator Bob Kostelka addressed students on the processes of redistricting and reapportioning of election districts at the Financial Management Association meeting Dec. 9 in…

Archives attain art professor’s almanacs

by Amber Guyotte, Copy Editor Saul Zalesch wants to share pieces of artistic history he thinks are underappreciated by scholars and to encourage creativity within his students by incorporating new…

Connections, cards cause campus chaos

by Taylor Stephens, Features Editor For students and faculty who have had problems with the Internet or server connectivity the past week, the Computing Center urges users to stay calm…

Work study programs unaffected by cuts

by Zach Beaird, Staff Reporter Despite budget cuts throughout the university, the Federal Work Study Program, a federally-funded program that grants students financial aid through on-campus work, has seen a…

Dining services prepares for winter quarter overhaul

by Zach Beaird, Staff Reporter Construction is underway for McAlister’s Deli, the newest addition to Tolliver Hall, which will be opening late during the winter quarter. Crystal Berry, marketing coordinator…

Diwali Nite successful with newly elected AIS?officers

by Zach Beaird, Staff Reporter In celebration of Indian culture, the Association of Indian Students held Diwali Nite Saturday in the Student Center, Main floor.  More than 200 students, faculty…

New student health center expected to be ready next fall

by Mary Timmons, Staff Reporter Along with the $12.5 million expansions at Maxie Lambright Intramural Sports Center, a new University Health Center is expected to be completed by Fall 2011. …

Fannin addresses higher education

by Haley Kraemer, Staff Reporter Rep. Jim Fannin said he would not leave a college campus without addressing higher education during a speech Nov. 4 at the Financial Marketing Association…