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Bulldogs’ comeback foils NMSU

McDowell, Richard and the rest of the ‘Dogs (5-12, 3-2) were also celebrating as if they had just struck the winning Powerball number.
Well, maybe a 73-71 upset victory over the Aggies is worth even more.
A senior guard from Pasadena, Texas, McDowell drilled in a career-high 33 points, including a game-winning three-pointer with 5.3 seconds remaining in overtime to help fuel one of the best “feel good”
victories in the program’s history.
This wasn’t just another Western Athletic Conference win.

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Shorter school day is better way

Athletes will have more time to fit in both their studies and practice when they return from school. Additionally, students who participate in band or choir or partake in theatrical productions can find a few peaceful minutes in the day before diving into study and rehearsal.

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In search of the wrong man

Responses to the announcement were read on air. A few female listeners named men’s unreasonably high expectations as the reason women choose to be single. One woman wrote that married women are expected to work full-time, act as full-time housekeepers and raise children. More than one man wrote that women are too superficial and picky about who they choose to marry, requiring men to be wealthy and “look like Brad Pitt” to be suitable marriage material.

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Tech rolls out red carpet for pageant

“This (pageant) is a lot more difficult, but it’s more fun,” Moore said.
The other Tech students competing included senior Nichole White, freshman Stephanie Bayne, freshman Savanna Pace, graduate student LaKesha Newton, freshman Jennifer Russell, senior Candace Miers, freshman Lauren Abshier and senior Stephanie Kearley.
The event was hosted by the university’s Union Board, and pageant directors Sarah Watson and Elaine Eaton said it took half a year to plan the “Red Carpet Affair” themed evening.

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