International students hold annual banquet

At most banquets there is an eerie quietness in the room accompanied with the clicking and clacking of utensils on half-full plates. However, unlike most banquets, the banquet held by the Internation Students Association was more of a celebration full of music, dancing and culture.

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Letter to the editor from Neil Wollman

We have all deservedly heard of the terrible cases of war crimes committed recently by the Iraqis. But why have we not heard of the war crimes committed by the U.S. There have been cases of the us violating or potentially violating international and Geneva accords.

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Music or morals?

Young people today have to deal with the pressure of fitting in with peers, dealing with puberty and self-esteem issues. Now it seems that the pressure of the music industry is being added to that list.

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Conquer your summer internship

Like it or hate it, if you’re a student in some departments here at A&T, then there’s something you’re going to have to take if you want to walk out of here with a diploma in your hand. No, I’m not talking about P.E. or foreign languages, I’m talking about the summer internship.

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Surviving the exam rush

Have you been to Bluford Library recently? A line of students is waiting 15 to 20 minutes for laptop computers, study groups are occupying study rooms to finalize class presentations and people are scattered on all four floors of the library cramming for final exams.

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