Month: September 2022

Music News

NAV, Yeat, and more on New Music Friday

This past week was slow for album releases from mainstream music artists but was flourishing for “underground” artists reaching for mainstream success. Multiple albums and many singles from artists who have yet to become household names released, making all their careers more exciting.      One exception to this is the […]


Tech’s 1,000th football game for Legends Weekend

Tech’s 1,000th football game in its 100th year of existence will kick off against Texas A&M-Commerce for the first time since the Tangerine Bowl in 1953 at home in Tucker Stadium on Saturday.   “We’re disappointed,” head coach Dewayne Alexander said after last week’s 56-10 loss to the Kansas […]


Craig Zamer Personality Feature

Dozens of voices echo off the vaulted ceiling and stained glass of the Iglesia la Soledad. Smiles occupy the faces of the Costa Rican locals sitting in the pews. As harmonic tones vibrate from wall to wall, the audience hangs on every note, captivated by the melody’s will.  In an […]


President Biden Cancels up to $20,000 in student loans

On Wednesday, Biden announced that those in debt with student loans would be eligible for loan forgiveness of up to $20,000 in an attempt to remedy the student loan debt epidemic that plagues one in seven people living in this country.   Individuals with student loans that make less than […]