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Bulldogs face long WAC trip

Tech (20-16, 5-7), winners of seven straight games and coming off of a recent four-game sweep over defending champ Fresno State University, will face Sacramento State for the next four days before then moving on to Hawaii.
The Bulldogs and Hornets (21-17, 2-6) will play single games today (4 p.m.), Saturday (3 p.m.), Sunday (3 p.m.) and Monday (3 p.m.).
Then it’s on to Honolulu to play the Warriors in single games on April 30 (11:35 p.m.), May 1 (11:35 p.m.), May 2 (11:35 p.m.) and May 3 (6 p.m.).

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15 minutes quickly fleeting

As intriguing as it is, the possibility of being famous even for a quarter of an hour in one’s life is far more enticing than an eternity of invisibility. Recently, 47-year-old and never been smooched Scotland native Susan Boyle wowed the ever uber-critical Simon Cowell on a British talent show, revealing a voice that was dripping in talent, but accompanied by a wallflower physical appearance that seems to counteract the probability of launching a timely and attractive career.

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Reneau’s steady guide

Faculty pick up on the feeling that Reneau has been working hard, long hours and staying awake at night worrying about not only the state of his university as a whole, but worrying over the individuals who will feel this cut the most.
Volunteering to teach classes, volunteering to take the biggest salary reduction and the longest furlough, Reneau is showing leadership. That’s another one of those priceless commodities that is just easy to recognize when it stares you in the face.

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Reneau reveals possible damage

Legislators convene for the annual session Monday.
“I really hope we quit meeting this way,” said Reneau, who has spoken to the University Senate several times since budget problems began.
Reneau was blunt as he described plans to eliminate 98 jobs, of which four are filled faculty jobs and 29 are filled classified and unclassified positions. After some concerned questions from the faculty, he said the cuts will come from research areas before academic ones — in keeping with earlier comments that classroom functions should be least affected by budget cuts.

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