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Octubafest fills Recital Hall with dulcet tones

by Amber Guyotte, Staff Reporter The sounds of low brass musical instruments filled the Recital Hall in Howard Auditorium, Center for the Performing Arts Sunday night as The Trom-uba-phone Experience…

Cosplay contest gives anime fans local outlet

by Haley Kraemer, Staff Reporter Anime Ichiban hosted its third annual cosplay contest Oct. 27 where students dressed up as their favorite anime character and competed for the best costume.…

Halloween Bash grants children safe alternative

by Mary Timmons, Staff Reporter Local elementary school students flocked to the Student Center Oct. 26 for the third annual Panhellenic Council Halloween Bash, where they enjoyed carnival-style games and…

aHope inspires outspoken social change

by Sherelle Black, Staff Reporter What was learned in history class was the political incorrectness of violence, but through a documentary, students were able to see how violence brought about…

He Say, She Say Forum addresses taboo topics

by Haley Kraemer, Staff Reporter “Why are guys so obsessed with long hair on girls?” and other burning questions regarding sexuality, relationships and status were answered and discussed last Thursday…

Local artist’s angry words suggest ignorance

by Danielle Cintron, Associate/Online Editor While attending the Voodoo Music Experience in New Orleans this weekend, one of the several media central events I stood in on was a press…

Votes show frustration

In the first political party power shift of its magnitude in decades, Republicans earned domination Tuesday in the U.S. House of Representatives, and Democrats retain their hold, only by a…

DART candlelight vigil raises domestic abuse awareness, prevention

by Zach Beaird, Staff Reporter When it comes to appreciating what I have, I’ll be honest, I’m not always that good at it. Sometimes I write off the most beautiful…

Gospel choir sets ‘Souls on Fire’

by Naomi Allison, Staff Reporter More than 50 students gathered to worship, pray and sing popular spiritual songs as Tech’s “Souls on Fire” Gospel Choir collaborated with other choirs from…

KLPI continues annual Christmas on Halloween tradition with treats, movies

by Mary Timmons, Staff Reporter KLPI kicked off its fifth annual Christmas on Halloween Oct. 28 with the musical comedy “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog.” KLPI has made it a tradition…