Day: April 13, 2012

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Renovations to begin on former Prescott Middle School

Tech is scheduled to begin projects on two recently purchased buildings, Foundation Hall and Southwest Hall, as the semester ends. Foundation Hall, formerly Prescott Middle School, is to undergo maintenance to 14 classrooms, beginning April 16. “We’ll be going in there now, starting to clean it up, getting ready for […]


ResLife to host To Write Love on Her Arms

Tech’s Residential Life Office is hosting To Write Love on Her Arms, an event promoting suicide prevention, from 5 to 7 p.m. April 19 on the main quad of campus. TWLOHA is a non-profit organization that was created to people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide. Students will write […]

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Alcohol, attendance fee raise concerns

Controversy surrounds President Bob Bell’s April 21 retirement banquet. Some students are concerned about alcohol being served at the function, while faculty and staff are choosing not to attend due to the $42 attendance fee. The banquet, which is in the RUC, is closed to students, with the exception of […]

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TBR announces final three candidates for Tech presidency

The Tennessee Board of Regents announced the three Tech presidential search finalists on Thursday. The Search Advisory Committee narrowed the candidate pool to three, after completing interviews on Wednesday and Thursday. The finalists will visit Tech next week to meet with various university constituent groups, including faculty and staff, students […]