Day: September 12, 2013


Soccer splits weekend road trip

The Golden Eagle soccer team (1-5) went even on the weekend, travelling to the University of Findlay and Ball State.  Friday’s game marked the first win of the season for the team with a 3-1 victory over Findlay. “We pressed forward more and got more opportunities on frame, we fished […]


Women’s golf finishes fifth at MSU Drake Creek Invitational

The Golden Eagle women’s golf team finished fifth in its first tournament of the season earlier this week at the MSU Drake Creek Invitational, hosted by OVC foe Murray State. “We still have a lot of work to do,” said Head Coach Polk Brown. Though the team is young and […]


Battle of the buildings

The war has begun. Each year, the Residence Hall Association hosts a year-long event called “Tech Wars”. Tech Wars is a year-long competition between all the residence halls, Tech Village included. Each building will earn points throughout the year through various competitions, such as filling up the recycle bins in […]


“The World’s End” brings the laughs

A delightful mix of subtle British comedy and American icons like “The Hangover”, “The World’s End” is an impressive film from the same mind that brought us “Shaun of the Dead” and “Hot Fuzz”. Edgar Wright brings us an enjoyable drinking buddy comedy with an alien twist.             The movie […]


Natnl College News

College ROTC Cadets could move from books to battlefields as the Obama administration draws its final decision on possible U.S. involvement in Syria.          Disapproval of Obama’s handling of Syria has increased to 60 percent this month, up 20 percent from last month, according to a Fox News Poll released […]


College of Education

Student teachers are going to be a thing of the past in the College of Education this fall semester as the Ready2Teach program undergoes a huge makeover.                   “This fall, right now, is our first year of full implementation with ‘residents,’” said Julie Baker, assistant dean of the College of […]


The Fray to headline Fall S.O.L.O. Concert

SGA announced today The Fray will be coming to Tennessee Tech this semester. The Fray, who rose to fame in 2005, is known for such hits as “How to Save a Life”, “You Found Me”, and “Never Say Never”. Their latest studio release, Scars and Stories, was released last year. […]


Bowled over

The Appalachian Center for Craft, located in Smithville, will be hosting its annual Bowlathon on Saturday, September 21 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The pottery bowls made at this event will be auctioned off at the Cooking on the Square on October 25 to benefit Putnam County’s Habitat for […]


Miley Cyrus continues to fall apart

Miley left her cowboy boots, innocence and Disney to pursue public lingerie, distaste and her overdone sexuality. Let’s talk about how confusing it is that we all continue to banter Cyrus at the same time we are pressing the $1.29 selection button on our iTunes browsers.             It’s a common […]


Off-campus party house gets shut down

A raucous party led four Tech students to begin the search for a new place to live after their house party got out of control over the weekend.             Located just off Tech’s campus, the “Frisbee House”, located at 706 North Jefferson Avenue, has been a hot gathering spot in […]