Day: September 25, 2014

Arts

Album Review: “Tyranny”

The Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas has returned to the sound of his 2009 album, “Phrazes for the Young,” this time with backup band The Voidz. “Tyranny” is the name of the new album and like Casablancas’ “Phrazes for the Young,” this is a drastic departure from garage rock of the […]

Arts

‘The Maze Runner

In perhaps one of the most popular releases of the month, “The Maze Runner” slammed into the number one position in the box office at $32.5 million. Based on the novel by James Dashner, and starring Dylan O’Brien and Kaya Scodelario, the movie keeps the plot fresh and audiences on […]

Arts

How you doin’? Twenty years after Friends

The cast of 'Friends'. Twenty years. That’s how long it’s been since the first episode of “Friends” aired. On Sept. 22, 1994, the blockbuster television show made its debut on NBC, and this past Monday was the official 20th anniversary for the show. It was a show that captivated […]

Opinion

Suffering mental illness or gun control?

On Tuesday, there was a shooting at a UPS location in Alabama. It always upsets me whenever there’s a shooting or any sort of violent act like this. My heart always goes out to the victim and their families, but it seems like those sentiments fade all too quickly for […]

Opinion

When can we afford to be healthy?

It’s full of neatly stacked recyclable boxes, plant based nutrients and gluten-free ingredients – it’s the organic aisle. It's the aisle that also screams the lovely reminder that I am a poor college student living on ramen. Is anyone else tired of skipping the organic aisle, because I’m pretty sure […]

News

Renovations to South Patio begin

Trees were relocated to Sherlock Park from South Patio this week to prepare for construction of Centennial Plaza as part of the Master Plan to refine Tech’s campus. The project will block off a portion of South Patio, making it only accessible from inside the RUC as well as the […]