Author: Kimmy Manning

Opinion

There’s an app for that

I swear I hold my iPhone tighter than I hold on to my fiance these days. It does everything, answers everything and holds everything together for my life when I can’t. The thought of losing that rectangular life guide is equivalent to losing a friend. Pathetic, I know. But try […]

Opinion

Violent media increasing

Violence on television seems to be the main topic of discussion among TV buffs these days, especially after the season five premiere of AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” The show is known for it’s graphic portrayal of violence on the undead, which seems to go unnoticed by most people, myself included. […]

Opinion

Is Taco Bell worth it?

I love Taco Bell. It is easily my favorite fast food restaurant. Whenever getting a quick bite to eat is mentioned, I immediately suggest Taco Bell. As a college student, the Bell is a wonderful medium for going out to eat and being cheap. However, Taco Bell and other fast […]

Opinion

Stop labeling: Video games are not just for men

Since the beginning of time, video games have mostly been geared toward men. But is it time for a change?  Some people would say no. In the past few months, there have been death threats and hostility toward female video game journalists. Anytime someone decides to go against the status […]

Opinion

Come on, Everyone! Make me look good!

Hello! Your friendly neighborhood Awesome Eagle here. It is Homecoming once again. This is always once of my most favorite times of the year. I always love seeing all of the alumni coming back as well as the extra scoop of school spirit added to campus life. There is one […]

News

Delta Phi Epsilon chapter to be added on Tech campus

A new sorority is coming to Tech early next semester, marking the first new sorority at Tech in 34 years. Tech will introduce its fifth sorority, Delta Phi Epsilon, with a new chapter of the National Panhellenic Conference organization. “We have a pretty large, healthy greek system as it is,” […]

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Just keep swimming

There’s a lot more to college weight gain than the Freshman 15. By the time senior year rolls around, many of us get out of breath walking from the desk to the fridge. That makes it all the more impossible that senior exercise science major Jack LeMaire is training for […]

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Spiegelman speaks in Derryberry auditorium

Spiegelman Pulitzer Prize-winning author and illustrator Art Spiegelman described comics as “a mixing together of words and pictures” during his lecture in the Derryberry Hall Auditorium this past Tuesday. Spiegelman came to Tech to discuss his previous work, the birth of comics and the reasons we should hold comics to […]

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Phi Mu hosts Soups and Sweets fundraiser

Phi Mu will be holding a Soups and Sweets event that will be raising money for Children’s Miracle Network from 6 p.m. 9 p.m. Monday at 10th Washington Avenue Baptist Church. Soups and Sweets is an annual event in the greek life community. This event is held at a church […]