Month: February 2021

On campus

Baptist Collegiate Ministry Welcomes Students

Tennessee Tech has over 400 different clubs and student organizations, and it can be overwhelming to try and figure out which clubs and or organizations you want to join.  Deciding which group to join, or which is the right fit, takes time and research. An easy way is to find […]


Native Tennesseean Becomes NFL Head Coach

A native Tennessean, David Culley, has been selected to be the next Houston Texans head coach in the NFL.  Culley, born in Sparta, TN, has been in the NFL for quite some time, but he came from familiar grounds in Tennessee. He led his high school team, the Sparta Warriors, […]


A gift to poetry and America

The Inauguration of the 46th President took place on January 20, 2021.  Amanda Gorman, age 22, made headlines as she delivered her poem “The Hill We Climb” in front of millions from the steps of the U.S. Capitol.  “Like much of America, I was mesmerized. My feelings caught up in […]


Virtual concert brings music to the world

On Saturday, January 23, 2021 Dr. Scott Hagarty from the school of music held a Virtual Faculty Recital. Hagarty performed music for unaccompanied trumpet as well as trumpet and electronic accompaniment.  He was joined, and accompanied by Dr. Michael Adduci for the world premiere of Neil Flory’s newly composed piece, […]


Tech Welcomes Back Football and other Fall Sports

Tennessee Tech Athletics is in for a heavier workload this semester due to last semester’s cancellations and the Coronavirus pandemic. They are scheduled to compete in not only their traditional spring sports such as baseball, softball and tennis, but also in traditional fall sports such as football, volleyball and soccer. […]

On campus

Spring Break Still on for Tech Students

 After a mere two weeks of classes, many students find themselves longing for spring break. Fortunately for Tech students, President Oldham has decided to keep spring break in the schedule. Other schools, however, are making a different choice.   The University of Tennessee Knoxville announced on their coronavirus guidelines page that […]

Greek Life

Tau Kappa Epsilon Donates to St. Jude

The Tech chapter of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity, Mu Omicron, raised over $5,00o dollars last year  for St. Jude Children’s Hospital.  The money was raised through fundraisers and donations from TKE brothers, friends, family and the community.  Connor Braden, TKE President, grew up in Memphis and has been supporting […]


Fortnite Competitive $20 Million Dollar Controversy

Fortnite has decided to turn their once $30 million dollar World Cup tournament into a $20 million dollar Fortnite Championship Series (FNCS) tournament. This has caused an uproar amongst the competitive players. Fortnite Competitive has been a strong platform for competitive players to continue to grow their name and banking […]