Month: February 2020


Solidarity With Survivors scheduled for April 2

Members of Peer Empowerment Program are raising awareness for sexual violence with events leading up to Solidarity with Survivors at Tech on at 7 p.m. April 2 in the UC Multipurpose Room.   Members distributed conversation hearts around Valentine’s Day and handed out pamphlets and stickers at Lasers in Love […]


Fitting exercise into your schedule

Work-life balance is nonexistent in college, but that doesn’t mean you have to neglect your physical health. Here are some ways to take care of yourself, even with the class crunch.   First, how much free time do you have for working out? Less than 30 minutes? On days when […]


Fire chief discusses dangers of new internet challenge

Baxter fire chief Matthew White discussed the dangers of the recent Tik Tok challenge sparking house fires across the nation. This challenge involves sliding a penny between the adaptor of a phone charger and the outlet, which could cause electrical damage. White said while students are aware of fire safety, […]


Fine Arts Inquiry

Many disheartening ideas surround fine arts: you won’t get a job, if you do it won’t pay well, and you’ll regret it. Between the student debt crisis and the starving artist dilemma, fine arts seems to be a risky choice. However, the horizon is not as bleak as it seems. […]


SGA Committee opposes Sherlock Park construction plans

Members of SGA’s Environmental and Sustainability Committee oppose plans to build a new engineering facility at Sherlock Park, because they say it is one of the largest and most popular green spaces on campus.   Construction of the facility is scheduled to begin within the next 18 months just west […]

Baseball News Sports

New baseball coach meets team with enthusiasm

Steven Smith, new head coach for the Golden Eagles baseball team, expressed excitement over his new teams’ professionalism during a meet-and-greet event Monday in the Eagles’ Nest of the Hoop.   “The highlight… for me were the players,” Smith said. “I didn’t know what I expected when I walked into […]


Construction projects on schedule

Tech’s construction projects are currently on schedule, said President Oldham during Chat with the President on Jan. 27.   The two main facilities that will be ready this year are the fitness center and the lab sciences building. Additionally, renovation will begin on Bruner Hall, construction on Dixie Avenue, and […]


Peer Empowerment Program joins Project AWAKEN

Members of Peer Empowerment Program handed out pamphlets and HotHands at Centennial Plaza on Jan. 21 to raise awareness for sexual violence. Members gave 504 students P.E.P’s contact information and HotHands, heating devices that last up to 10 hours. P.E.P. works closely with Project AWAKEN, a federally funded grant program […]