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The semi-annual Owl Bar Run will be Friday, Oct. 10. Inquire at the gym for details. T-shirts, drinks and burgers available for some participants. http://bit.ly/1vbwPc5

The Santa Fe New Mexican published an article about dual credit courses, featuring Raj Singh, a first-year student who entered Tech with enough credits to be classified as a junior. Read the article at http://bit.ly/1rQwDRm

A new commercial for the Acura TLX shows recent Tech grad Willie Desir. She appears at the :24 and :50 marks. http://bit.ly/1Be2fkV 

An Albuquerque Journal article on September 4 reported on a conference of higher education professionals, including comments from professor Julie Ford and president Dr. Daniel H. Lopez. http://bit.ly/1qgYIiC

Recently retired Tech profesor Dr. Kent Condie has published a paper showing that plate tectonics are actually speeding up, not slowing down. http://bit.ly/1nyyP8V 

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