October 30, 1998


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  • Clough to Tech: Build for future
  • Mascot lawsuits drain Buzz Fund
  • A Question of Honor
  • 'Window of opportunity' open to refinance debt
  • News briefs
  • Meyers headlines GSS meeting
  • Nunn School opens prestigious EU Center
  • Editorials
  • OUR VIEWS Consensus Opinion
  • VIEWS ON HONOR Letters to the Editor
  • Professor Flannery responds: actions were 'wrong, wrong'
  • From the Editor: Journalism - Our changing role
  • Are morals and integrity things of the past?
  • YOUR VIEWS Letters to the Editor
  • YOUR VIEWS Letters to the Editor
  • MORE VIEWS Letters to the Editor
  • Waiting for tickets okay when people give
  • Sports
  • Jackets headed to Baltimore to face last-place Maryland
  • Lady Jackets holding on to 2nd place in the ACC
  • Tennis teams continue recent success in tournaments last weekend
  • Track teams capture titles in preparation for ACC Championships
  • Florida State deflates Tech with dominating 4th quarter
  • Bowl Championship Series hopes to find one national champion
  • Football Forecast
  • Campus Life
  • Why don't you use your spare time to horse around?
  • Is Towers Haunted??
  • Graduate Co-op
  • Soon Coke will be exclusively it
  • Meet Mr. and Ms. Georgia Tech 1998
  • Making a difference in CS classes
  • Disability and Diversity Week Calendar
  • Buzz Around Campus
  • Entertainment
  • 'Soldier' fulfills duty as action movie
  • REM's latest CD 'Up' is the perfect downer
  • The First Bit......
  • Two Bits
  • On bedcovers and modern movie cliches
  • 'Life Is Beautiful,' and so is Benigni's film
  • Emo : Emotionally honest music for disgruntled teens
  • Boy Genius are not punk rockers
  • Humor
    Dave Barry
    off the mark

    Last updated: November 9, 1998 7:30 p.m.

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