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For the love of the game or world

For the love of the game or world

  DEREK J. AMAYA Sports Editor  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. went a long way to realizing his dream of knocking down racial barriers in the 1960s.   In the…

Heros keep a watchful eye

Heros keep a watchful eye

  DEREK AMAYA Sports editor   Sophomore guard Kevin Ware’s leg injury was something no one who saw it will ever forget.   People who witnessed it on television had…

Lady Techsters can do it, too

Lady Techsters can do it, too

  Whoever coined the phrase “You play like a girl!” obviously never saw a women’s sporting event.   The world is changing, and we have to adjust to it. Athletes…

I have stopped Beliebing

I have stopped Beliebing

  Hannah Schilling Associate Editor   Once upon a time, I was a Justin Bieber fan.   During my high school days, which, as shameful as it is to admit,…

Forever bleed Tech blue

Forever bleed Tech blue

Reina Kempt Sports Editor   I’ve been a part of the Tech family since 2009. I first stepped on to this campus as a Lady Techster under head coach Teresa…

Legacy of a legend

Legacy of a legend

  CHAD MERRITT Multimedia Editor   Jerry Buss was more than an owner of a sports team. He was a visionary, an inspiration and an innovator; and these traits extended…

Lights out!

Lights out!

  REINA KEMPT Sports Editor   Super Bowl weekend just ended and a lot of excitement surrounded it just like every year.   But this year, no one is talking…

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…

Doesn’t he remind you of …

Doesn’t he remind you of …

  REINA KEMPT Sports Editor   I first saw Michale Kyser in the Lambright Intramural Sports Center just a few days before school started in September of 2011. I have…

Bulldogs not a surprise anymore

Bulldogs not a surprise anymore

  It was the “Gangnam Style,” of early 2012. An unknown team from an area not known by many around the country was about to dance into the 2012 NCAA…