November 17, 1995


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News

Financial Aid will improve services

The Office of Student Financial Planning & Services is making a movement towards a policy of better communication with students to make the financial aid process less troublesome and more helpful to students.
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Editorials

Computer ownership

Tech students have a rare opportunity to have direct input into a change that will affect their lives, but it ends at 1:30. The computer ownership committee is holding a town hall meeting where students can air concerns about the proposal.
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Campus Life

The Tech Ranger Challenge Team helps self growth

On November 3, 4, and 5, Army ROTC's Ranger Challenge team competed against 23 teams from two states and Puerto Rico at Fort Stewart, Georgia.
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Entertainment

Miss Saigon explores a tragic love

The creators of Les Miserables have brought to American Musical theater another blockbuster hit. Filled with engaging tunes and thoughtful lyrics, Miss Saigon combines the best of both worlds--the elegant pageantry of Vietnamese culture and the patriotic idealism of the United States.
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Sports

Tournament time for ACC regular season champions

The Georgia Tech volleyball team did the expected and clinched the ACC regular season title last Saturday night. This was the Lady Jackets' first ever outright conference volleyball title and served as a great boost for the team as it enters the postseason. Ranked among the nation's Top 20, the team looks to get through the ACC Tournament and on to the NCAAs.
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