Month: April 2014



Student Government needs a strong relationship with the student body. We need to be more professional and set higher standards for ourselves. We need to close loopholes and restructure the way Student Government runs and be willing to part with some of our flawed processes. Our constitution, our website, our […]


Walking Dead season finale elicits mixed opinions

This past Sunday, the hit AMC show “The Walking Dead” aired its season four finale.  The finale saw Rick Grimes and the group trapped at Terminus, a place they thought was a safe haven but was actually a trap.  This season saw the comeback and eventual fall of season three […]



Kassie Perkins competed in the Miss Tennessee International beauty pageant and was crowned for 2014. She will compete for the title of Miss International in August of this year. Perkins is a junior accounting major at Tech and a Sunbright, Tenn. native. After being crowned, Perkins travelled throughout the southeastern […]


‘Noah’ is creative, not to be overlooked

A star-studded cast and an incredible visual effects budget come together in ‘Noah’ to tell the classic Bible tale in a new and insightful way. Daren Aronofsky, being a self-proclaimed atheist, takes artistic liberty with the famous biblical story. He creates a stunning representation of world consumed by greed and […]


‘She Kills Monsters’ is a fun, 90s romp

Tech’s Backdoor Playhouse spring production, “She Kills Monsters,” has demons, Beastie Boys and, most importantly, magic. Set in 1995 Ohio, the play is the story of Agnes and her attempt to connect with her recently deceased sister Tilly through a game of Dungeons and Dragons. The play begins with Tilly’s […]