December 6, 1996



SCOC recommends two platforms

On Wednesday, the Student Computer Ownership Committee (SCOC) released a report detailing its recommendations on the computer ownership initiative. The report contained the details on the type of computers and software students may be required to have.
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Let there be light!

An astonishing number of vehicle break-ins over a five-day period at the Center Street parking lot is an obvious indication that security measures there are substandard. On inspection, it seems equally apparent that inadequate lighting is probably the factor which makes this particular lot so inviting to thieves.
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Campus Life

PALS allows volunteers to have fun with animals

Many students who have pets at home miss their four-legged friends once they come to Tech. One way in which they can experience contact with animals is by working with Pets Are Loving Support (PALS).
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Enterprise lands in theaters everywhere

When the crew of the Enterprise-D made the move to the big screen in 1994 s Star Trek: Generations, a lot of critics and more than a few fans were a bit disappointed. Rest assured, though, that Star Trek: First Contact more than makes up for the flaws of its predecessor. To say that this one is the best of the bunch would not be too far off the mark.
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Lady Jackets crush Chanticleers

Georgia Tech volleyball, after falling a bit short of defending its 1995 ACC title, has earned a third straight trip to the NCAA Tournament. The field of the top 48 teams in the country began competing this week. Hosting its third straight NCAA first-round match, the 32-7 Jackets pummeled Big South champion Coastal Carolina in straight sets on Wednesday.
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