News

More in News »

Sports

More in Sports »

Features

More in Features »

All Stories

News

SGA Committee Meeting

Tech’s Student Government Association hosted their first committee meeting on Sept. 12 in the RUC’s Multi-Purpose Room at 7 p.m.. The meeting was led by Tech’s president, Addison Dorris, and vice president, Jacob Cherry. In the first section of the meeting, club presidents and representatives presented their SOLO applications to […]

News Off campus On campus Top Stories

A Way of Dealing With the Times

If you go into any houseware store, or locally owned boutique, you’ll find wooden signs speaking to our ways of life. Each one is different, but yet the same; however, when you see them in someone’s home, office and personal space, you begin to get glimpses into their humor or […]

On campus

Tech Family Weekend

Tech held its annual Family Weekend from Friday, Sept. 16, until Sunday, Sept. 18. The weekend consisted of many activities including: family golf and bowling, a bus tour of Cookeville, as well as a Tech football game against Samford University on Saturday night.    As many students welcomed their families […]

News Top Stories

Faculty Senate Passes Resolution Supporting Free Speech

Tech’s Faculty Senate recently passed a resolution requesting that university president Phil Oldham reaffirm Tech’s policy on freedom of speech and expression. The resolution comes from the Faculty Senate at the request of the Backdoor Playhouse’s artistic director, Dr. Mark Creter, who says that actions from recent controversy have placed […]

Music News

Rina Sawayama, Blood Orange and more on New Music Friday

   Another Friday means another weekend full of new music to discover. This weekend especially, musicians from all over the world released quality albums and singles that prove the potential from new artists, as well as showing prolonged quality from well-known artists in the industry.     The Japanese-British pop star […]

News Top Stories

Tech Faculty File For Preliminary Injunction To Remove Sanctions

Two Tech faculty members suing the university’s provost filed a motion for a preliminary injunction earlier this year, requesting the court to restrain the enforcement of sanctions imposed upon them. However, the provost’s attorneys argue that such an injunction is not necessary. The federal lawsuit filed in October 2021 by Dr. […]