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Tech players, coaches seek answers

But senior quarterback Zac Champion later offered:
“I know coach Dooley wants to say it’s the coaching because he wants to take responsibility for things, but I don’t think the coaching has anything to do with it. It’s still up to usplayers to go out there and perform and I can speak for everybody on the team because that’s the way we, as players, feel about it.”
Whatever the case may be, both groups know this much is certain: There’s been three consecutive defeats, two against WAC foes, and this weekend’s non-league contest offers another opportunity to turn things around.

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Decisive action must come quickly

The ongoing investigation needs to be handled with all possible speed, and decisive action must be taken as soon as all information has been gathered and sorted through.
Our main concern is that the example set at the teacher-led exercise could be replicated after school, and a child could be injured, or worse. We want to be sure that parents of students know what their children were exposed to in the Sept. 20 march and rally around Alma J. Brown’s playground. Officials with the university assure us letters are being sent out soon to do just that.

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Languages key to cultures

I began feeling nervous because she was, at the moment, holding my right foot. Could she have been complaining about ugly feet? I tried to turn off the chattering and get back on relaxation mode, but it was impossible. As strange as their conversation sounded, I was also fascinated. I wish I could speak their language.
I am fluent in English and Spanish and I can read French well. That means I can go to a variety of countries around the world and survive. If I were to travel to Asia, Africa or some European countries, I would probably not get very far.

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Decision expected at GSU

The situation with the elementary school stems from a rally Sept. 20 organized by kindergarten and first-grade teachers for their students in support of the so-called “Jena 6.” Students made signs and played with shackles and chains. One young girl was photographed being held up by a school employee as a teacher placed a noose around the child’s neck.
Wilson said the woman pictured holding the little girl wearing the noose is the child’s grandmother, who is an employee at the school in the kindergarten area.

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