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Book review of “The Midnight Assassin”

November 18, 2016 Amber Appleby 0

“The Midnight Assassin” by Skip Hollandsworth is different from the other books I have been reading this semester because it is a true story written by a journalist who has done extensive research on the subject; the subject being a string of gruesome murders in 1800’s Austin, Texas. […]

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Food review recap

November 18, 2016 Amber Appleby 0

Sierra Murphy: Writing this is bringing tears to my eyes. I am so sad that I won’t be able to continue scouring Russellville for good, home town eats anymore. This series has been such a […]

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Residence halls feed community

November 17, 2016 Brianna Davis 0

Helping Halls is a holiday food drive hosted by the National Residence Hall Honorary. The NRHH has a goal of providing over 300 food kits to the Salvation Army. The donations will help feed approximately two-thirds of the families they are anticipating will need aid this holiday season.

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Poet presents work at Tech

November 17, 2016 Sam 0

Visiting poet Dr. Chelsea Woodard read a collection of her works Friday night at a reading hosted by the Department of English and World Languages.

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