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Public Option not the only solution

by Robert Wilson Category 5 hurricane winds have been building around the center of this summer’s biggest political storm, all eyes on the actions of a simple phrase: the public…

Music: Muse

by Danielle Cintron, Editor Ever since the release of Muse’s platinum album, “Black Holes and Revelations” in 2006, fans have awaited the band’s latest musical invention. Known for their fusion…

Peer Leadership Council addresses minors with alcohol awareness group

by Ka’Britney Forch Freshman year, a time of new experiences, new relationships and new memories for young adults, is also a time of underage drinking and the consequences that go…

Professor honored with gold diploma

by Ben Corda George Grozdits, a research associate professor in the forestry department, was recently honored by the University of West Hungary. Grozdits received a gold diploma, in early September…

Foals prepare for work on South Campus

by Ben Corda Last summer, seven horses were born at the Equine Center. The foals have had the past five to seven months to spend time with their mothers in…

GSA meets to spread tolerance on campus

by Robert Wilson The Gay-Straight Alliance held its first meeting of the year Sept. 15 with plans to further the group’s message of tolerance. About 40 people gathered in the…

Faculty to perform famous compositions at fall concert

by Jessica Cassels Compositions by Claude Debussy, Lee Hoiby, Devienne, Amirov and Alfredo Casella will be featured in the School of Performing Arts’ first Faculty Concert. The performance will begin…

Professor named associate executive editor of journal

by Kathleen Duncan Laurie Stoff, an assistant professor of history, has been appointed associate executive editor of the literary journal, “Minerva Journal of Women and War.” Stoff said she was…

Sluggish economy makes job searches difficult for alumni

by Ka’Britney Forch Spending thousands of dollars on an education and not being able to find a job is a new problem in today’s society that Tech is hoping to…

ISO remains united despite cuts to budget

by Quentin Anderson Despite Tech budget cuts across the board this year, the director of the International Student Office said that his office will continue to provide the same services…