Day: February 13, 2015

News

TAB says “Halo” to video game tournament

The Tech Activities Board will be having a video game tournament on Feb. 19 at 7 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room on the second floor of the Roaden University Center. “Teams of two can play ‘Halo 3,’ and that will be on the Xbox 360 … We’re doing Madden 15 […]

Sports

Men’s basketball starts February with two OVC victories

The Golden Eagles’ men’s basketball center Charles Jackson has been able to inflict 326 points and 233 rebounds on the Golden Eagles’ opponents so far this season. Jackson was dominant Saturday night against the visiting Gamecocks of Jacksonville State. The junior owned the paint, earning 17 points and grabbing 16 […]

Arts

Best-selling Author comes to Tech

Alissa Nutting, author of the controversial satirical novel “Tampa,” will visit Tennessee Tech to read selections from two of her books Thursday, Feb. 19 at 7 p.m. at the Backdoor Playhouse. Nutting's 2013 novel, "Tampa," about a middle school teacher who seduces her students, received acclaim for its satirical look […]

News

Former Tech golfer receives national attention

PGA Tour golfer and former Tennessee Tech All-American Scott Stallings finished in a three-way tie for second place at last weekend’s Farmers Insurance Open at the Torrey Pines Golf Course in La Jolla, California. Stallings entered the tournament Thursday as the defending champion after winning the open in 2014. The […]

News

Guest speakers present on campus safety to SGA

  The Student Government Association hosted several guest speakers during Tuesday night’s meeting. Marc Burnett, vice president of Student affairs; Ed Boucher, assistant vice president of Student Affairs and Title IX investigator; and Marlene Hall, Coordinator for Clery Compliance and Title IX came to the meeting to speak about sexual […]

News

Campus construction continues, weather affecting progress

The Centennial Plaza construction project continues this semester as the health of the plaza trees comes into question. “Arborists are monitoring the construction that pertains to the well-being of the trees,” said Director of Horticulture and Grounds Kevin Tucker. “In two weeks, the (arborists) are treating the trees with growth […]

Arts

Kendrick Lamar releases new single

The day after winning Grammys for his single “i,” Compton based rapper Kendrick Lamar released his second single, “The Blacker the Berry.” This track is a departure from “i” and his acclaimed 2012 album “good kid, m.A.A.d. city.” The closest Lamar has come to this sound on his last album […]