Day: February 8, 2016


IT services relocates location in Volpe Library

The Angelo & Jennette Volpe Library underwent changes over winter break regarding the location of the Information Tech desk and the services it provides. Starting this semester, all IT services including checking out laptops and other technological equipment will be available to students at the circulation desk during regular library […]


Backdoor Playhouse and Jere Whitson renovations continue through Fall 2017

Jere Whitson Building will be closed until fall 2017 for renovations, which will include the Office of Enrollment Management and Student Success. According to Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Success Robert Hodum, the new building will include undergraduate admissions, the office of the registrar, financial aid, academic […]


New pavilion opens to aid intramural staff with organization

As intramural season gears up, the staff is prepared for major changes, including searching for a new coordinator and the completion of the new intramural pavilion. Victor Martin, assistant coordinator of Campus Recreation, is currently the Interim Intramural Coordinator. Advertising for the new coordinator position will start in a couple […]


University room reservation moves to new online system

Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 10, students and faculty will be able to reserve rooms on campus with just the click of a button and without any paperwork. The Virtual Events Management System will allow students, faculty and staff to be able to quickly and easily request room reservations on campus for […]


Tech to offer more degree programs with new doctoral university classification

In 2015, Tennessee Tech celebrated its 100th year anniversary, but 2016 has already brought just as much celebration with another university milestone. The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education now classifies Tech as a doctoral institution. “This new classification adds to the momentum we are experiencing toward adding tremendous […]


Softball begins season as OVC favorite

The reigning OVC softball tournament champions are set to hit the diamond for the first time Friday in Starkville, Mississippi. The Golden Eagles are predicted to place first in the OVC this season after finishing last season with a 33-28 overall record and making it to the NCAA Women’s College […]


Football adds 19 players in 2016 recruiting class

National Signing Day is one of the most anticipated days in the world of college football and the feeling was no different this year for Tech’s first-year head coach Marcus Satterfield and his recruiting coordinator and safeties coach, Chris Polizzi. The first time that Satterfield and Polizzi spoke on the […]


‘The Boy’ disappoints

What can be said about The Boy? It's ostensibly a horror movie- the story of Greta, an American woman with a blandly haunted past who takes a nanny job in rural England. It's a nannying gig like any other: tuck the kid into bed, make sure he eats his vegetables, […]