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In our opinion: Solutions for stressed students

Finals week is here and the stress level around campus has reached its quarter-time high. For some students, this will be the time in which they blow the dust off…

From the editor: A Little Less Conversation

by Rebekah Ray Whether you are still celebrating the victory of your candidate or sobered by the fact that the majority elected the other man, we-Americans-are blessed to know that…

Fly into the danger zone

by Mary Nash Waking up, grabbing a rifle and heading off to spend a 12-hour day as the mechanic of a Blackhawk isn’t typically how the average college student spends…

Marine finds war difficult to define

by Meredith Maines A Tech vocabulary usually includes acronyms such as SGA for Student Government Association, PLC for Peer Leadership Council or any combination of three Greek letters. Rarely does…

Students’ new display colors up Constitution

by Maggie Bullock Four graduate students have been interpreting and analyzing the amendments of the Constitution and turning them into a form of art. The students, who are in the…

Alumna enlightens students

by Cassidy Carson Lomax Hall was filled to capacity last Friday afternoon with students eager to learn what it takes to be a leader. As Alumna of the Year for…

Decision 2008

by Taylor Aswell David Anderson’s honors History 495 class is reaching its end, and along with it comes the conclusion to the presidential election. As Nov. 4 rolled around, people…

Dooley seeking larger fan base

by Cassidy Carson Joe Aillet Stadium seats 30,600 people. Saturday’s homecoming against Fresno State saw 20,300 Tech fans come and go. The question is, where are the other 10,300? Derek…

Aviation students in uproar

by Lamesa Furlow Throughout the quarter there has been an ongoing controversy surrounding accreditation problems within the aviation department; controversy that has contributed to a whirlwind of confusion and misconstrued…

‘Streetcar’ rolls into Howard

by Maggie Bullock “A Streetcar Named Desire,” a play by Tennessee Williams, made its first run last week with five showings by Tech students. It features vivid scenes of culture…

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