“Why should I vote?” is a question that gets asked numerous times at every election. This year alone has revealed apathy and unbelief to be strong, especially in millennial voters. Deciding a candidate, when the running theme seems to be we’d be choosing between the lesser of two evils, hasn’t been easy. But no matter the circumstances, we encourage the students of Tech to vote in this year’s election. Why?
During October, the Norman Art Building has been home to “Feral Garden II” by Davis Scott Smith. The exhibit was titled by the definition of the word feral: “especially of an animal, in a wild state, especially after escape from captivity or domestication,” or “resembling a wild animal.”
Uncommon Communities of Pope and Yell Counties hosted a Pop Up El Paso event on Saturday, Oct. 22 to show the Russellville community the possibilities of cultural and economic growth along El Paso Avenue and link Arkansas Tech University to downtown Russellville.
The average Class of 2016 graduate has $37,172 in student loan debt according to usnews. So before most students own their first home they are $40,000 in debt. Let’s not forget the interest. That means […]