Month: October 2015


Men’s golf competes in Western Kentucky, Kennesaw State events

Freshman Matthew Giles examines his shot at the Murray State Invitational. Giles received his second OVC Male Golfer of the Week award of the season after his second place performance in the Kenny Perry Invitational Oct. 12-13. Photo by: Dave Winder, Murray State Sports Information.           […]


State facilities face privatization, effects seen on Tech’s campus

Tennessee is experiencing something unique in its history, and that is facing the privatization of nearly every state-ran facility in measures to reduce maintenance costs. Gov. Bill Haslam’s administration is the group driving the operation. A group that has been vocal in its fight against Haslam’s plan is United Campus […]


Haunted Reviews in the Upper Cumberland

Amazin' Acres of Fun   Located about 8 miles south of Cookeville toward Sparta on Highway 111, is a family-owned and -operated farm where you can find the McCulley’s Amazin’ Acres of Fun. The farm offers hayrides to the pumpkin patch where you can pick your favorite pumpkins. The hayride […]


Deerhunter slows down on ‘Fading Frontier’

Hardly any band can boomerang back to the same success it had on two earlier fantastic back-to-back albums after a mediocre effort, but indie rock darlings Deerhunter figures out what works and stick with it on its latest LP, “Fading Frontier.” After 2013’s “Monomania,” which proved highly divisive among fans […]


‘Crimson Peak’ plays to Del Toro’s strengths

QUITE THE SET – The house in Crimson Peak was built specifically for the film, but had to be torn down after production ended. Set in a delightfully spooky Victorian mansion, Guillermo Del Toro’s “Crimson Peak” is not a ghost story so much as a story with ghosts in it. […]