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Old business building to be demolished by end of school year

Old business building to be demolished by end of school year

  KELSY KERSHAW Staff Reporter   By the end of the school year, brick space should be replaced with green space where the old College of Business building now stands.…

A show to remember

A show to remember

  KAAMILYA SALAAM Staff Reporter   As rain falls and the temperature drops, a well-lit gallery invites visitors in with the sounds of birds chirping, trees creaking and the wind…

Tech ROTC cadet aims high, wins

Tech ROTC cadet aims high, wins

    RANEY JOHNSON Staff Reporter   Each year many students apply to graduate schools wondering how they will pay for tuition. Many seek out scholarships and loans to help…

Subway’s footlong comes up short

Subway’s footlong comes up short

  KAAMILYA SALAAM Staff Reporter   Give them an inch; they take a mile. In this case if you don’t give them an inch they won’t take the sandwich at…

SGA’s executives work off the clock

  RANEY JOHNSON Staff Reporter   Some members of the Student Government Association are concerned that those holding the top four executive positions do no clocking in with time cards…

New media, same problem

New media, same problem

  REBECCA ALVAREZ News Editor   Last August, a 16-year-old girl was raped in Steubenville, Ohio, by two Steubenville High School football players after a night of partying.   The…

Good eats

Good eats

  MOLLY BOWMAN Editor-In-Chief   After successfully getting my Subway sandwich at 12:35 in the middle of the night, I thought there can’t be anything much better than a 24-hour…

Give Beyoncé a break

Give Beyoncé a break

  NATALIE MCELWEE News Editor   January 21 — a day people gathered to celebrate freedom like no other.   We took a day to remember the man who had…

Sick students stay in school

  It has happened to the best of us.   You are sitting in your chair, quietly waiting for class to start. Then another student slides into the chair next…

Crowe steals the show

Crowe steals the show

  ALICE ESSIEN Staff Reporter   Political corruption, mischievous accumulation and exploitation of jurisdiction loop holes can all be found in Allen Hughes’s latest film “Broken City,” a film that…