Month: October 2017


Haunted hall hospital serves cause and scares

Browning & Evins Residence Halls transformed into a haunted hospital Thursday night for a benefit supporting TTU Food Pantry and Children’s Miracle Network. “It’s free, but people can bring canned goods. The canned goods will go to the TTU Food Pantry,” Tisheika Snow, New Hall North hall director, said. Monetary […]


Candidates for Mr. and Ms. Tennessee vying for votes beginning today

Voting began today for the annual Mr. and Ms. Tennessee Tech homecoming court competition in which officials expect to announce during halftime of the Nov. 4 homecoming game. Students may vote through a link to the voting server sent via email or they may vote at candidates’ stations located throughout […]


Gubernatorial candidate visits Tech

Republican candidate Bill Lee Photo by Marcelo Gonzales A Republican gubernatorial candidate spoke about Tennessee needing more technical, vocational and agricultural schools during a meeting on Tuesday in the Roaden University Center. Bill Lee, 57, is a Williamson County businessman running for governor. He announced his candidacy in late April, […]


TTU sports wrap-up

Men’s Golf:” The men’s team has really put out some solid rounds over the last events,” said head coach Polk Brown. “ We need to work on yardages inside 130 yards as well as managing our rounds when we don’t have our best stuff. If we can do these two […]


Quarterback looks forward

Golden Eagles quarterback Andre Sale left an impression on his head coach after only five games. “I don’t want him (Sale) to get the big head right now,” Marcus Satterfield, head coach, said during a news conference following the Sept. 16 Ball State loss. “He’s got a ways to go, […]


Tech football struggles

ANDRE SALE- QB Andre Sale after handing the ball off during the first quarter of the Sept. 30 game against Jacksonville State Photo by J.K. McMillen Despite being 0-6 for the first time since 1991, Tech coach Marcus Satterfield believes in his process. “That’s the beauty of our process,” Satterfield […]


New ‘Blade Runner’ flutters

Moviegoers won’t connect with “Blade Runner 2049,” and that’s OK. The original “Blade Runner” had trouble finding an audience, too. “2049” is a long, methodical movie about existence and procreation. You probably wouldn’t have guessed such a thing judging from its marketing. The Philip K. Dick novel that both of […]


The fundamental attribution error of political discourse

To recall the amount of times that I have personally heard another citizen’s insight of the incompetence of our country’s leader due to nothing more than a personality flaw, or another nonsense reason that has no solid factual backing would be a waste of time. By the time I got […]