Leadership in the bunker

13 years ago Matthew Crutchfield 0
by Matt Crutchfield, Senior Staff Writer Fog machines, fluorescent spotlights and a military issue Humvee are hardly the ingredients for a normal evening, but all of these greeted students who stepped through the doors of the National Guard Armory in Dayton, Tenn. last Thursday. The local Armory was the base for “The Bunker: Innovation,” a Read More

Darwin’s big day

13 years ago Bill Findley 0
by Billy Findley, Triangle Staff Writer The upcoming Center for Origins Research (CORE) symposium promises to be enlightening and engaging for students who attend. Though Associate Professor of Science and Director of CORE Dr. Todd Wood says the debate over evolution and creationism is nowhere near reaching a termination point, he does say it should Read More

Tight times no immediate threat

13 years ago Joy Hartman 0
by Joy Hartman, Triangle Staff Writer “The financing system for college is in real crisis,” Barmak Nassirian, associate executive director of the American Association of College Registrars and Admissions Officers, told USA Today last month. “Every one of the participants in the system is experiencing hardship — higher education institutions, states, aid donors and families Read More

Some rooms too close for comfort

13 years ago Bill Findley 0
by Billy Findley, Triangle Staff Writer Three-person rooms are something students will have to come to terms with this semester and, more than likely, the next. Until more room is made available, roommates will have to embrace a little less elbow room and a lot more closeness. Read More