October 16, 1998
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Holy catfish! Dr. Herod just retired
Athelete SATs ninth highest in the nation
A Question of Honor
New technology moves PHYS 2121 from lecture halls to Web
Wrap-up Graduate Student Senate
Computer ownership policy has impact, needs opinions
INTAs welcome back faculty, plan events, gear up for club competitions
Roper: Semesters not 'death wish' to 'gobble up' students
OUR VIEWS Consensus Opinion
P.C. opponent a 'neo-Nazi'
Political correctness, sensitivity beneficial
'Winnie-the-Pooh' syndrome and alcohol attitudes
Financial schism threatens the future of 'America's Game'
No need to fret over tix, football fans
Ticket distribution policy prudent
Graduating Senior displeased with AA
Tech hosts Virginia in battle for first place in the ACC
Lady Jackets at 3rd in the ACC at halfway mark
Jackets rout N.C. State to vault into the national polls
Cross country women capture meet at Furman
Tennis players capture individual titles
Tech swim team getting ready for a busy homecoming weekend
Golf team finishes fifth at the Red River Classic
Not going anywhere for awhile? Try taking a Stinger.
Take a few bucks off the hands of Financial Aid
Special Assignment Dorm Life Say Goodbye to Barenaked Walls
The Winds of Change drive aerospace society to eat and drink
Is your major boring? Not if you join a professional organization.
College Board says tutition is rising.Šstudent checkbooks agree
LeaderShape: One Week, Fifty Students, Innumerable Ideas
Buzz Around Campus
Apt Pupil interesting look at fascism
Sheryl Crow goes country
La Traviata amazing
Practical Magic has a lot of star power but no meat
Achtung and beyond: a history of U2
off the mark
(stuff that didn't fit enywhere else)
Last updated: October 18, 1998 10:30 p.m.
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