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Plenty of Lines

Plenty of Lines

The current edition of Common Lines, the Blinn College literary journal published on the Bryan Campus, showcases the poetry talents of several Blinn students. Edited by Olympia Sibley and Jake Kidd, Volume 8 of the publication features twelve poems of varying length and style. Contributors for this edition are Victoria Arredondo, Amy Fernandez, Kasie Kelldorf, Jordin Redou, Brandi Long, Jared […]

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Blinn Times Staffer Honored

Blinn Times Staffer Honored

Blinn Times staff member Asha Layeni-Gardner was recently notified that her entry has been selected as the top short story entered in the Sigma Kappa Delta competition. Her original short story will appear in the next edition of Vox Populi, a publication of SKD that features original poetry and prose by Blinn Students. Asha entered the essay for consideration at […]

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Just Pickin’: Why it’s Special to Have a Guitar

Just Pickin’: Why it’s Special to Have a Guitar

By Stephen Giuffre At the beginning of this year, I decided that it was time to start a new hobby. There was an activity that I had been meaning to start for the longest time, and 2014 felt like it was the year to start. I wanted to learn how to play guitar. After hearing and seeing my cousins play […]

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Sneakers: Part 2—Ace Closes In

Sneakers: Part 2—Ace Closes In

By Javon Roberson After Ace finds out his house was robbed and vows that whoever broke into the house would pay, he felt as though he had been disrespected and he was going to get to the bottom of it. Meanwhile, Bruno and Freddy left the park. As they got in the car, Bruno told Freddy how he and Lenny […]

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Amazon’s New Fire TV

Amazon’s New Fire TV

By Tristan Lucero Since their beginning as an online book store, Amazon has grown to be known as the Walmart of the Internet. But now they plan to get into a new type of technology, the set top box dubbed FireTV. Some people question whether they will be as successful as some of their previous products such as the Kindle, […]

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Allegiant: Now Available

Allegiant: Now Available

By Asha Layeni-Gardner The time has come! It is the last book in the Divergent trilogy, called Allegiant. (If you have no clue what I’m talking about, see my other two reviews) This book is the epic climax and resolution of the whole series. The action-packed thriller sequence is told in the duality of Tris and Tobias. Jumping between two […]

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Blinn Baseball in Action

Blinn Baseball in Action
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Bucs Women Basketball Back From Nationals

Bucs Women Basketball Back From Nationals

By SJ Turner After qualifying for the NJCAA Nationals in Salinas, Kansas, in mid-March, the Bucs lost out in the Elite Eight bracket after turning in a stellar 28-7 record. In conference play, Blinn defeated Angelina College in the opening round before falling to Tyler JC in the second round of regionals. Their high finish earned them the bid to […]

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Bucs Seeking Diamond Dominance

Bucs Seeking Diamond Dominance

Times Staff Report The Blinn Buccaneers entered the week of March 17 outside the NJCAA baseball rankings, but they’re coming off a three-game winning streak and have 23 conference games remaining at the start of the week. The Bucs have already posted an 18-9-1 overall record, 11-4-1 in conference play, and have relied on solid pitching most of the way. […]

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Pieces In Place For Buc football

Pieces In Place For Buc football

By SJ Turner The Blinn Buccaneers have a new head coach for the 2014 football season, new coaches, new offensive and defensive systems, even new uniforms, all with an eye to tapping into Blinn’s winning tradition. In an interview with The Blinn Times, new offensive coordinator Jimmy Klingler is eager to see what next fall’s edition of Buc football looks […]

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