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That Time Again: Thanksgiving Traditions

That Time Again: Thanksgiving Traditions

By Jessica Neuman During the Thanksgiving holidays, most families get together and celebrate a traditional feast. Some families have specific traditions that they observe, and the Blinn Times asked a few students around campus about their family traditions.                       NAME: Lucia Mendez MAJOR: AG Science […]

Silverado: The 1900s to 2014

Silverado: The 1900s to 2014

By Jacob Atkins With the first Chevrolet pickup truck hitting the market in 1924, the actual in-house designs didn’t appear until 1930. Ever since the debut of the Chevy truck brand in the early 1900s, the truck market has expanded rapidly. Before all the heavy duty behemoth trucks started coming out with enough torque to […]

What is on Your Christmas List?

What is on Your Christmas List?

Orala Moore “I would like to get clothes because I love fashion.”                       Christian White “Seeing my family happy would be great. I have wished for a lot of things I would not be able to get, but seeing the joy on family’s faces would […]

Bringing A Campus Together

Bringing A Campus Together

The culture of the Brenham Blinn Campus is a strange and most fascinating subject to stand back and take time to watch it unfold. From the very first week at Blinn, its student body showed itself as a ruthless and uncaring inferno where only the toughest made it through. This became evident as the long […]

Slideshow: 2012 Homecoming Pageant

Slideshow: 2012 Homecoming Pageant

Blinn’s Got Talent

Blinn’s Got Talent

Thursday’s pageant show gave Blinn a chance not just to see the candidates running for Homecoming King and Queen but to allow those that are fighting for the crown to show what makes them different from the others. Some made the decision to choreograph a few steps while the additional nominees sang songs or performed […]

Common Sense

Common Sense

It was 236 years ago when a man by the name of Thomas Paine wrote an inspiring pamphlet he announced as Common Sense. This influential document conducted unchangeable dissertation of whom and what were the causes of Americans, hardships furthermore declaring the only way to receive the inalienable rights a human being is entitled to […]

Zero Tolerance. Really?

Zero Tolerance. Really?

Tolerance is by definition the act of enduring activities that are found to be a hindrance moreover an alternative Blinn refuses to exercise with its students. As an educational reservation, Blinn has eminent expectations of its scholars to be mindful of their efforts of not engaging in propositions that include doing drugs or drinking on […]

Spring Break Awareness Week

Spring Break Awareness Week

For the week before Spring Break of 2012, March 5– 7 multiple events took place throughout the week before everyone left for vacation.  On Monday, a hypnotist/magician performed at the Dr. W. W. O’Donnell Center and left his 15 volunteers confused by the hilarious events that took place with their help. On Tuesday, there was […]

Battle Call: Cell Phones in School (Against It)

Battle Call: Cell Phones in School (Against It)

What hath Cell phones wrought? It seems that in this day and age cell phones are all the rage. From mining the endless resources of our smart phones and other mobile devices, to staying in contact with a person half way across campus to half way around the world, cell phones are becoming more and more engrained […]