October 27, 1995


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News

SAE sanctions changed

The extensive sanctions recommended against the Georgia Phi chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon as a result of last January's hazing incident have been changed by Roger Wehrle, Vice President of Student Services.
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Editorials

SAE missed the point

A trail of violations dating back to 1991, a punitive process stopped in its tracks for "minor" tweaking, and a punishment so reduced in severity that the guilty party misses the point. The previously described situation sounds like just another day in Washington, but it happened right here. On campus.
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Campus Life

International exposure now available at Tech

There is an opportunity to graduate from the Georgia Institute of Technology with an enhancement to one's academic degree. One can gain experience in a foreign language and culture without leaving campus. There is a Language House, as well as a separate International House, where students can improve upon their international skills.
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Entertainment

Murphy's is a refreshing change

Nestled in the heart of Virginia Highlands, Murphy's Restaurant is a refreshing change from the smoky coffeehouses and bars that glut the area. Located right next door to Taco Mac at the corner of Virginia and North Highland, Murphy's is a hop, skip, and a jump from campus but far enough to feel like you are getting away.
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Sports

Tigers to provide tough midterm exam for Tech

Homecoming festivities culminate tomorrow when the Clemson Tigers come to town to take on the Ramblin' Wreck. Clemson, with a 4-3 record, 3-2 in the ACC, comes into the game with a record identical to Tech's. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:10 p.m.
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Copyright © 1995 by Stephanie L. Goff, Editor and by the Student Publications Board