Month: April 2014

News

After run-off vote, McDonald declared SGA President

After a run-off election on Thursday, April 10, Emily McDonald was declared the SGA presidential race winner for the 2014-2015 school year.           According to voting data, voter turnout for this re-voting totaled nearly 20 percent of students, mirroring Tuesdays voting at around the same percentage. “I am really excited that […]

News

Farm Bureau hosts ‘Ag in the Classroom’

The sounds of livestock and excited school children filled the arena April 8and 9 when the local branch of the Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation held the “Ag in the Classroom” event at Hyder-Burks Agriculture Pavilion for the 22nd year. The event is free to attend for all first grade students […]

News

‘Real Housewives of New York’ gets it right

The ‘Real Housewives of New York City have finally come back from their extended hiatus. I was worried there for a while as to whether they would be back at all, but I should have known better. The ladies of NYC have always been a staple in the Housewives franchise. […]

Arts

‘Captain America’ continues Marvel’s success

The newest addition to the Marvel universe is the sequel to Captain America’s story, ‘The Winter Soldier.’ This time around, Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) is working for S.H.I.E.L.D., but struggles to figure out why he is fighting. The world has changed since the 1940s and the threats are less defined, […]

Arts

‘How I Met Your Mother’ finale outrage

Devout “How I Met your Mother” fans watched the show for the final time last week with a little less enthusiasm than expected. Just a warning to all-many spoilers will be spilling out of this article. The mom dies? Robin and Barney divorce? Ted goes back to Robin? Whoa, wait. […]

Arts

Must see movies in May, summer preview

Movies, movies and more movies! This summer looks to be a great time for movies-goers and I am really excited to have back-to-back summers that are full of great films. Below, I’m going to kick things off in May, because that’s when the fun begins and it looks to be […]

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SGA run-off election today

SGA Presidential Candidates, Kyle Bieze and Emily McDonald, will face-off in a run-off election on Thursday, April 10, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. due to neither candidate having the majority percentage of student votes. Although results from Tuesday’s voting showed Emily McDonald as the winner of the election Tuesday […]

News

SGA run-off election today

SGA Presidential Candidates, Kyle Bieze and Emily McDonald, will face-off in a run-off election on Thursday, April 10, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. due to neither candidate having the majority percentage of student votes. Although results from Tuesday’s voting showed Emily McDonald as the winner of the election Tuesday afternoon, the SGA Constitution […]

News

Thrift shop fashion show hosts student designer’s skills

Tech’s Merchandising Association hosted the Thrift Store Couture fashion show and silent auction Tuesday night in the RUC Multipurpose Room. The show featured a student design competition, some student work and looks from Luxe Boutique. Jaylen Moore was co-director for Thrift Store Couture. “This show turned out to be our […]

Sports

Kendrick shines in Red Wolf

The Tennessee Tech men’s golf team held on for a tie for 11th place at the Red Wolf Intercollegiate at RidgePointe Country Club April 8, holding off a late surge by Northern Iowa while catching the University of New Orleans for the tie. The Golden Eagles men’s team was led […]