Day: September 19, 2013

News

Need a Job? Potential Employers to Come to TTU

Over 100 potential employers are expected to attend Tennessee Tech’s Career Day Oct. 3 in the RUC.  Director of Career Services Alice Camuti said that she is confident in the employer turnout for this semester’s career fair. “The whole building will be infiltrated with potential employers,” Camuti said. “This year, […]

News

“Speak Up” Rally to Raise Awareness

The Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC) will host the Speak Up Rally at Memorial Gym on Sept. 21 in hopes of raising awareness for people with disabilities.  Raising awareness for people with disabilities has many facets, which the SCEC hopes to bring to attention. “The purpose of the Rally […]

On campus

Family Weekend is Open to All

Tech’s family weekend will be Sept. 27-28. Most events are free to attend and are open to all Tech families. There will be a silent auction Friday, Sept. 27. The Golden Eagle women’s volleyball team will face Murray State in the same evening and a family movie will be shown […]

Opinion

“People Like This Do Not Exemplify Christianity”

I would like to have a word about the infamous South Patio evangelists from a Christian perspective. There are Christians who believe that “fire-and-brimstoning” people into Christianity is the best way to go, for example, our “beloved” south patio evangelist. People like this, and I repeat this for the need […]

Opinion

“It is Healthy to be Exposed to a Different Mode of Thought”

The Evangelist’s speech today on South Patio elicited varying, but intense responses from students on campus. The vast majority of the responses have been negative, and for good reason: the doctrine itself is controversial given the progressive mode of thought of much of today’s youth, and the manner in which […]

Opinion

“I Think He Goes Beyond His First Amendment Rights”

I think that he goes beyond his 1st Amendment rights and causes a disruption of campus services. I don’t agree with his philosophy that he can stand on campus and consider it public property. The side walk I agree with, that is public, but when part of my tuition and […]

Arts

‘Insidious 2’ Provides Weak Scares

“Insidious: Chapter 2” is the sequel to James Wan’s suspenseful horror film from 2010. The movies star Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne, a couple and their family haunted by a darker world of the undead trying to infiltrate the world of the living. The sequel picks right up where the […]

Arts

More New TV Shows to Keep an Eye On

In part two of my top 10 new shows to see this fall, a treasured favorite comes back to the air, vampire siblings are off to The Big Easy, and a pair of sisters discover that they are powerful witches. ‘The Michael J. Fox Show’ The loveable and charismatic Michael […]

Arts

‘Saturday Night Live’ Welcomes New Faces

“Saturday Night Live” is back this fall and adding new faces as the show premieres its 39th season Sept. 28. After we had to say goodbye to Andy Samberg and Kristen Wiig as they departed last season, we are now waving goodbye to well-loved veterans Bill Hader, Fred Armisen and […]

Opinion

South Patio Preacher is Back, Students Retaliate with Vandalism

Apparently the whole campus is going to hell, or at least that is what our friendly “South Patio Preacher” would like us all to think. The sad thing about it is that many here are, but the way this man is going about trying to save people is wrong.  Christians […]