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New fitness craze hits TLU

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    New fitness craze hits TLU

    TLU community takes part in Zumba classes

    Zumba is the newest fitness craze sweeping across the nation, and now every Monday night at 6 p.m. in the aerobics room of the Jones Complex the rage hits TLU.

Coaches first recruiting class gets last shot

Recycled Percussion puts on a memorable show

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    Recycled Percussion puts on a memorable show

    Recycled Percussion came to Texas Lutheran University and brought a new beat and rhythm to the campus. Their showmanship and raw energy brought a new spin of musical genius to TLU.

               

Changes needed in consumer driven world

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    Changes needed in consumer driven world

    Black Friday. Just the words strike fear into the heart of anyone who has ever worked retail, or, heck, even just in a mall.

     

    This Black Friday was supposed to be the "best ever," especially after some of the deals slated to be at Target "leaked" into the media. Seriously people? "Leaked"? Do you think Target wasn't enormously excited to be the talk of Black Friday sales?

Volunteer to help those in need during the holidays

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    Volunteer to help those in need during the holidays

    Few things are as symbolic during the season of giving as the Salvation Army's Red Kettle campaign. Almost everyone that's gone out during the holiday season has seen the individuals ringing a bell standing by the red kettle asking for donations.

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    Seniors feel anxiety about graduation

    With finals right around the corner, that means one thing is on every senior's mind; graduation. Some are nervous and are still trying to get everything in order for life after that big day while others are counting down the days in anticipation. Preparation for seniors is always a priority when it comes to life changing decisions, but for those who haven't prepared yet, there is still that anxiety hanging around.

                       

  • TLU professor gets a face full of pie

    This year is the first year that Kappa Kappa Psi organized the "Pie Your Professor" event in which Noah Dean, assistant professor of kinesiology was voted as the professor to be pied on Nov. 17 outside of the Alumni Student Center. Many students enjoyed seeing their professor get pied.

     

    Kappa Kappa Psi member, Michael Wygant presented the idea to the Kappa Kappa Psi president, Max Westerman. For several weeks, Kappa Kappa Psi sat in the Alumni Student Center collecting money for the event. They had a bucket with a name of a professor for students to put money in. The professor who accumulated the most money was going to be pied.