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Social Media, a Curse or Blessing to Society?

Sarah Aku As you wait in line for your coffee, you look up from your phone screen, and come to a harsh realization you’re the only person in line paying attention to their surroundings. The hunched over necks and the tapping thumbs begin to make you feel uncomfortable. You realize […]

Music On campus

Senior Percussionist takes Center Stage

“Playing percussion has given me an outlet to express myself, make lifelong friends I’ve formed relationships with, and given me some of the best moments of my life.”    Tech hosted a senior recital Sunday, Nov. 13 at 7:30 p.m., inside the Bryan Fine Arts building’s Wattenbarger Auditorium as a […]

Music News

BROCKHAMPTON release back-to-back albums

   On Thursday Nov. 18, Texas-based hip-hop “boy band” BROCKHAMPTON released what they had publicized as their “final album” called “The Family.” The following day, the band announced that they would be releasing one last album titled “TM” that night.      BROCKHAMPTON consists of seven performers: Kevin Abstract, Dom […]

Lifestyle On campus

Living With a Roommate Doesn’t Have to be Hard

Are you the Good or the Bad Roommate? There are several benefits to sharing your living space with a roommate; saving on rent and utilities, sharing chores, using their Netflix account and having someone to talk to, but living with a stranger can have many issues.  Maybe you`re rooming with […]


Speech and Debate Team Compete in Online and In-Person Tournaments

Top: Kyle Heideman, Ryan Goke, Case Thomason, and Garret Kieser. Bottom: Elliot Payne, Sara Owens, and Kurapati. The Murray State Team spent the tournament helping TTU prep for rounds and prepare arguments. Photo from Carson-Newman Tournament staff.  This past weekend, Tennessee Tech’s Speech and Debate Team traveled to Carson-Newman University […]

On campus

Tech Professor Leads Support Group on Campus

“If I can make a small difference in the lives of at least one person or a few people, that, I think, would be considered a win.” Sociology professor Erica Bower is the assistant director of the Addiction Prevention and Support Coalition, a grant-funded project on Tech’s campus.  The group […]


Exercise: The Key to a Long and Happy Life

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “​​Regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Being physically active can improve your brain health, help manage weight, reduce the risk of disease, strengthen bones and muscles, and improve your ability […]


20 Gift Ideas For The College Student in Your Life

The Christmas season is approaching us which means the fall semester is coming to an end for college students and they will be returning home soon for the holiday season. This means it is time to start thinking of what to get your college student for Christmas. College students are […]