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UCLA men’s water polo to test undefeated road record against USC

Nationally competitive Division I teams face a plethora of challenges along the course of a season, one being traveling. As it forges its journey to the NCAA title game, UCLA men’s water polo has parlayed foreign environments and opposing fans into an undefeated road record so far. The Bruins (21-2, 5-0 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) [...]

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Ram Rants does Halloween

Host Jacky Wilson celebrates Halloween the true college way by solving many festive issues of procrastination. Then Ram Rants indulges in a pumpkin carving contest with high stakes and trivia.   Source: Rocky Mountain Collegian

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Skeletons in the Campanile’s closet

Anya Schultz/Senior Staff One hundred years ago when architect John Galen Howard looked up at the almost-finished Sather Tower on a gloomy October day, a small shadow might’ve darkened his mind. On most days, the Campanile stands tall and majestic, just as Howard intended it. But on that cloudy morning, something about the Campanile must [...]

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Win $1,000 to Study Abroad in Italy. The ItaliaRail Study Abroad in Italy Scholarship for Spring 2015 is now accepting applications.

Somerville, MA October 30, 2014 ItaliaRail, the experts on train travel to, from and around Italy, is now accepting applications for the Spring 2015 semester. Students who have been accepted to a study abroad program in Italy can apply for the $1,000 award. Two recipients will be chosen. Interested students should have a GPA of 3.0 or [...]

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The Yellen Legacy

The past five years have featured some of the most interesting periods of United States Federal Reserve policy in the institution’s 100 year-plus history, and the next five should prove to be a more than worthy following act. As the recovery lumbers on, the elephant that has been lingering in the room is the interest [...]

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Pitts Library Houses Children’s Home Archives

By Emily Lim Staff Writer Archival materials from the United Methodist Children’s Home (UCMH), whose main campus is at Columbia Drive, Decatur, will be preserved at Emory University’s Pitts Theology Library in a partnership with Kennesaw State University. One of the oldest and largest private child welfare providers in Georgia, the UCMH was established in [...]

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Foodie Friday: apple peanut butter teeth

Apple peanut butter teeth are a fun, unique and easy to make snack for people of all ages. Although they can be eaten anytime throughout the year, they would look great on the snack table at a Halloween themed party, especially if you’re interested in showing your creativity and possibly scaring your party guests. These [...]

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This year’s offense: Johnson’s finest work yet

In his seventh year at Tech, Head Coach Paul Johnson’s offense has reached new heights and has surprisingly become his best and most efficient yet. When the year started, most didn’t know what to expect from Tech’s offense due to graduation of several key starters such as David Sims and Robbie Godhigh. Tech was also [...]

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Young, deep Florida rosters set to compete in SEC Championship today

With seven first timers in the event, the Florida men’s and women’s cross country teams will be viewed as an underdog today in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, at the 2014 SEC Championships.

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Wildness of Halloween should be experienced while still in college

This weekend, West Campus will get a little scarier. The most wonderful time of the year is here. Skimpy cats, superheroes, half-assed celebrity impersonators and other last minute costumed people will prowl the streets of West Campus looking for tricks and treats. When it comes to celebrating the single most important holiday of our childhoods, [...]

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