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Seasonal Depression should be taken seriously
Stormy clouds over campus. By Hailey Massey | Assistant Editor | Winter can be hard for Texans: a sudden change from a warm autumn to a blistering cold can be trying on th (More)
LA teachers' strike creates reasonable compromise
By Gisselle Washington | Staff Writer | On Jan. 14, more than 10,000 teachers from the Los Angeles Unified School District district went on strike because their requests not for funding and higher salaries were not being met; this included raising (More)
New Spurs team brings promising season
By Gisselle Washington | Staff Writer | On pace to become a top contender in the western conference, the Spurs are on track to be one of the top seeds in their division. The basketball team has currently averaged 110.9 points per game with their p (More)
Lottery winners should remain anonymous
By Angelina McMinn | Staff Writer | The lottery is something very common and normal in the United States, but in most states when someone wins the lottery, whether it is Mega Millions or Powerball, they can’t claim it anonymously. They have to sho (More)
"In God We Trust" signs not needed

Fitting 18 Years Into a Dorm Room
By Hailey Massey | [caption id="attachment_18149" align="alignleft" width="225"] Photo courtesy of student currently attending Texas Tech.

Two days until prom; enjoy what the prom committee set up
By Nicholas Norris | One of the most anticipated times of the year is upon us and the prom committee has been working hard to not only pick where prom will be held but doing all the heavy lifting behind the scenes to make it all possible. The prom (More)
Weekend without technology allows student to focus on nature
By AJ Ballard | Many conversations that I have with adults revolve around my generation’s use of technology and supposed “addiction” to their phones. Before spring break, I could hardly say that I agreed with them. This tiny coffee causes big pronunciation problems. Photo on It a (More)
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