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Coffee franchise adds liquor to the list

Coffee franchise adds liquor to the list

NATALIE MCELWEE Staff Reporter   Starbucks may be changing its image from a coffee mug to a wine glass.   The company announced on Jan. 23 that, in response to…

President Obama addresses economic equality

MOLLY BOWMAN Staff Reporter   President Obama delivered the annual State of the Union Address Jan. 24, which included provisions that could positively affect Tech students in terms of education.…

SGA members meet presidential candidates

SGA members meet presidential candidates

MOLLY BOWMAN Staff Reporter   Executive members of the Student Government Association met Republican presidential candidates at the 2012 College Convention in Concord, N.H.   According to nec.com, high school…

Professors express opinion on new bill

Professors express opinion on new bill

ALWAYNE GREEN Staff Reporter   The National Defense Authoritative Acts of 2012 greets American citizens with many questions surrounding the visible breach of The United States Constitution.   Particularly in…

Va. Tech student talks about school shooting

LINDSEY BROOKBANK Collegiate Times UPDATE- Gunman was identified as Ross Truett Ashley. The shooting was ruled a murder-suicide. A candlelight vigil was held for fallen Virginia Tech Police officer Deriek…

Obama plan intended to provide student loan relief

MOLLY BOWMAN Staff Reporter   President Barack Obama has unveiled a new student loan plan that can potentially lift some of the financial pressure off Tech students’ shoulders.   The…

Facebook’s ads poke into users’ privacy

MOLLY BOWMAN Staff Reporter Facebook has revolutionized the way people connect with one another around the world through social media, but recently it’s starting to head in a new direction.…

Apple tags Verizon

by Hayden Haynes, STAFF REPORTER Students with Verizon will only have to wait a few more weeks to enjoy the benefits of Apple’s iPhone since the two companies announced the…

Arizona aftershock hits home

by Kelly Belton, NEWS EDITOR Less than two weeks after she was shot through the temple, doctors say Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz) could be released to a rehabilitation center soon.…

Arizona aftershock hits home

by Kelly Belton & Hayden Haynes, NEWS EDITOR & STAFF REPORTER Following the Jan. 8 shooting and attempted assassination of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, the security of lawmakers and citizens at…

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