Month: December 2018

News

Man dies at Sigma Alpha Epsilon party

Tech officials suspended the university’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon after a 23-year-old alumnus died at a party at the Fifth street fraternity house.  Police found Paul Hamilton Ten Eyck of Maryville, Tennessee unconscious at 12:30 a.m. Saturday at 68 W. Fifth St. He was later pronounced dead at the […]

News

A Golden Eagle Abroad: Secret Italian Night Bakeries

Carolina Hatfield Italy always has been known for its savory cuisine: spaghetti, pizza and pasta galore. Their sweeter side runs a close race, as a trip to Italy is not complete without tiramisu and gelato.  But many people don’t know about one of Italy’s best-kept culinary traditions, the secret night […]

Opinion

Review: Diablo 3 for Nintendo Switch

I had spent quite a lot of time on Diablo 3 when it released on PS4 some years back, and while at first I enjoyed it, I eventually began to grow to dislike it quite a bit. Now that it was on a system that is technically portable, I thought […]

Opinion

Review: “Dark Souls Remastered”

“Dark Souls” is a now iconic franchise that became Bandai Namco’s highest selling series of all time, despite its notoriously brutal difficulty. And while many hail the first entry in the series to be the best, it often comes from overlooking several of the games serious flaws. Flaws that along […]

News

Video: A Tennessee Tech love story

In this interview, Humans of Tennessee Tech students interview Katherine Terry Clark.  Terry Clark met her late husband A.C. Clark at Tennessee Tech and they fell in love and eventually got married.

Opinion

Opinion: Don’t play Christmas music in November

Holidays and seasons already tend to bleed together, and it doesn’t help that seemingly every store starts blasting Christmas music the day after Halloween.  Cracker Barrel and Hobby Lobby both probably stocked their Christmas-related goods in August, and I’m sure that playing Christmas music as soon as they can helps […]

News

A Golden Eagle Abroad: Florence, a stop back in time

Carolina Hatfield Before going to Florence a few weeks ago, I had no expectations or any idea of what it would be like.  My friend and I arrived on a Friday evening, but started our weekend adventure bright and early Saturday morning.  Our first stop on the list was to […]

News

A Golden Eagle Abroad: Thanksgiving in Italy

Carolina Hatfield Not being home for the holiday season can be one of the hardest parts of studying abroad. The fall and winter season bring much celebration and festivities, from hayrides and pumpkin patches at Halloween, to baking sweets with your family at Christmas, the season is greatly missed if […]