Day: April 4, 2016


Tennis begins OVC play 5-0

The Tech Tennis team remained undefeated, at home and in conference play, last weekend against Morehead State and Eastern Kentucky. “It’s good to start the year like we have,” said Brazilian native and Tech sophomore tennis player Marcos Bernardes. “I love tennis and the competition we have faced this year.” […]


Women’s basketball introduces sixth coach in program history

A New Vision – Kim Rosamond addresses the media during a press conference March 31 in the Hooper Eblen Center. Rosamond takes over Tech’s women’s basketball team following Jim Davis’ retirement . Her previous job was as an assistant coach at Vanderbilt University. Photo by: Shea Haile The Tennessee Tech […]


Window on the World to host international event on campus

WOW – Ali Almansar (right) and Sam Almansar (left) attend the WOW festival during the 2015 spring celebration. Tennessee Technological University’s annual Window on the World (WOW) festival will fill the campus with all things international Friday, April 8 through Saturday, April 9. WOW is an international two-day festival and symposium […]


Oldham speaks at SGA meeting about upcoming Tennessee legislature

President Philip Oldham attended the Student Government Association meeting Tuesday, March 29 in order to speak about the students’ concerns and inform them of upcoming changes on campus. “Thank you for letting me come tonight, I appreciate all that you do. There’s plenty of stuff that I could talk about […]


Chase Rice: College days, country nights

Chase Rice will be performing Tuesday, April 5 for Tennessee Tech’s S.O.L.O.Concert Series with special guests Chris Lane and Lacy Cavalier.  Rice started his country music career in 2010 with his first album Friday Nights and Sunday Mornings. His 2013 Ready Set Roll hit #1 on ITunes’ country album chart, […]


Football travels to Alcoa for team’s first scrimmage

CHANGE OF SCENERY- Trey Burks looks for a gap in the defense during Tech’s scrimmage in Alcoa, Tennessee April 2. Burks had 13 carries and 48 yards. Photo by: Shea Haile It has been a focus throughout spring practice, for the Golden Eagle football team to show not only Cookeville […]


‘The Path’ a sluggish trip for Hulu

SEPARATE WAYS – ‘The Path’ was originally titled ‘The Way’, but it too closely mimicked the real-life ministry ‘The Way International,’ prompting the change. First and foremost, ‘The Path’ is a show about family. It’s about the fundamentals of what it means to belong somewhere, even if the group undertones are […]