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Tornado damage in 1999 v. what it looks like now

Campus sustained heavy damage to landscaping, trees, and many buildings from the 1999 tornado. The F3 tornado was only on the ground for five minutes but created a path of destruction 4.3 miles long and 880 yards wide. With wind speeds ranging 158-206 mph, 22 buildings were damaged and more than 130 ...

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Dialing up new technology: Looking back on the`90s

This year marks the 20-year anniversary of 1999. The small quirks of ’90s technology included Windows 98 and dial-up – things some people have not heard of. The somewhat ancient wired connections to the internet in the ’90s would leave people our age bored out of their minds. Look at ...

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Reflection on AMS 99th Annual Conference Part 1: Meteorology in military

I wanted to shift from my usual topics in my articles to discuss and reflect on American Meteorology Society’s (AMS) 99th Annual Conference in Phoenix, AZ.  As part of my REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) project at National Weather Center in Norman, Oklahoma last summer, I was able to attend ...

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Letter to the editor: Bringing awareness to suicide prevention

Contributed by: Katie Dunn, senior Public Health major Dear Editor Thompson, In 2016, there were thirty lives claimed by suicide in Montgomery County, TN. 1 Suicide is the number two leading cause of death for young people in the United States and continues growing. Suicide can be prevented when people ...

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