Day: September 18, 2014

Sports

Tech travels to Nashville for rivalry with TSU

A rivalry will be revisited this Saturday as the Tennessee Tech football team heads to Hale Stadium in Nashville, Tenn. to face the Tennessee State Tigers. Tech is looking to get back on track after Indiana State defeated them 49-14 in their last appearance two weeks ago. The Tigers are […]

Sports

Dodd awarded: Tech wins two at McNeese

Tennessee Tech women’s volleyball team returned from last weekend’s Cowgirl Classic at McNeese State University splitting wins and losses at 2-2. However, they traveled back to campus with right side hitter Cody Dodd as an OVC Offensive Player of the Week. The 6-foot-4-inch junior wrapped up the weekend in Lake […]

Arts

Talking ’bout Generationals

New Orleans duo Generationals have released their new album “Alix”, 18 months after their third album “Heza.” The band’s indie-pop sound is made by singer Ted Joyner and guitarist Grant Widmer.  The band also features synth, keyboard, drums and bass to make their unique sound on “Alix.” The album opens […]

Opinion

Rape Culture: Non-existent or reality?

She is someone’s wife, sister, mother, daughter. We’ve heard it before. But have we heard it in its most real context? In its raw form? How about this—she is someone. She is a human being. Period. First of all, I am not an outraged feminist or a female elitist. But […]

Arts

Biggest fall TV returns

Beginning this Sunday, our favorite fall television shows start to return. I am so excited I could scream. As you can see, I have a huge social life. I’m only going to hit the highlights for some shows, but there is a lot of great TV coming to screens within […]

Arts

‘No Good Deed’ Excites

Taraji Henson as Terri in No Good Deed How far will one woman go to protect her family? In this action-thriller starring Idris Elba and Taraji P. Henson, we find out. Terri (Henson) lives a perfect life as a stay-at-home mother of two, except for her distant husband who doesn’t […]

Arts

‘Avenue Q’ coming to Tech

Starting Nov. 6, Tech’s campus will be overrun by puppets in the production of “Avenue Q” at the Backdoor Playhouse in Jere Whitson Building. Mark Creter, artistic director for the Backdoor Playhouse, decided to embark on another musical journey in the theater, but this time there is a new element […]