Day: March 28, 2016


ResLife to begin renovation in Maddux and McCord

Maddux/McCord Hall will close for renovations beginning in the summer of 2016. The $5.8 million renovations on Maddux/McCord will be completed in fall 2017, including new HVAC units, plumbing, flooring, doors, paint, bathroom upgrades and new furniture. During the renovations from Fall 2016 to Spring 2017, residents currently living in […]


Oldham and Stinson address campus about parking changes

PRESIDENT OLDHAM AND PARKING – President Philip Oldham addresses students, faculty and staff at the open parking forum Thursday, March 24.  To address the issues of timing and finances concerning the new parking conditions that will be implemented this fall, a forum was held by President Phillip Oldham and Claire […]


Rugby loses heartbreaker to UNF in South Cup final

ALL TOGETHER- Tech's rugby team gathers for a huddle following its 59-7 victory over Sewanee Feb. 6. Photo by: Jim Dillon Tennessee Tech’s rugby team lost the South Cup final to the University of North Florida March 20 in Atlanta, Georgia.  “One of the biggest heart breaks I have ever […]


Tucker stadium renovations remain in conceptual planning stages

Tennessee Technological University is beginning conceptual planning for major renovations to Tucker Stadium. Although conceptual planning for the stadium renovations has begun, a start date for the construction has yet to be determined. Offices and locker rooms have suffered from leaking and water penetration making the renovations necessary to the […]


The Fit: Renovations to install an HVAC bullet system

Mistaken by many students as a walking bridge from the Tennessee Technological University Hooper Eblen Center to the Fitness Center, the exterior renovations between the two buildings are installing a heating, ventilation and air conditioning, HVAC, bullet system independent of the rest of Tech’s campus. Fitness Center Director David Mullinax […]


Softball takes two in double header with EIU

SHUT DOWN- Senior Hannah Weaver winds up for a pitch during the second game of Tech's double header against EIU March 26. Weaver pitched  six innings and gave up zero earned runs. The Panthers managed only three hits against Weaver. The performance resulted in weavers second win of the season. […]


Director of Hollaback! to speak on gender violence and street harassment

Activist Emily May will be speaking about street harassment and gender-based violence Tuesday, March 29 at 7 p.m. in Derryberry Auditorium. May is the co-founder and executive director of the organization Hollaback!, which focuses on increasing awareness about street harassment and its affects on those who face it. May has […]


Bob’s Burgers proves to be the best

If you don't like Bob's Burgers, I honestly don't know what to do for you. The Emmy-award winning animated series recently started its sixth season, and it's better than ever. The adventures of Bob, Linda, Tina, Gene and Louise Belcher are consistently hilarious, to my surprise and delight. I say […]