Month: April 2021


Student on the street

#8220;Have you ever had to use lockdown browser? If so, what has your experience been like with it?   “I really did not like having to pay fifteen dollars for it but also it only lasts for one semester so if you take two semesters of classes you have to […]


Tech’s Master Plan Calls for Road Closures

Tech will begin closing several streets on campus to vehicle traffic beginning this summer.  These will be permanent changes to the campus landscape that were part of the master plan from February 2014.   “Peachtree Street will be closed to vehicles from Wings Up Way to A Street.  Stadium Dr. will […]


Unrest after mask mandates lifted

This month, the Governors of Texas and Mississippi announced they will be ending their state-wide mask mandates. There are 11 other states that do not require a mask mandate, Tennessee being one of them. These states have not required masks across the state, instead leaving the decision up to individual […]


Tech Women’s basketball season comes to an end

Tech Women’s Basketball has come to an end with a 15-10 overall record, 12-8 Ohio Valley Conference, but they did not go without a fight. They made it to the OVC tournament and lost their last game to 22-6, 17-2 OVC, UT Martin 69-56. However, obstacles like COVID-19 did not […]