Month: October 2022

On campus

Tech Encourages Sustainability With On-Campus Energy

With solar panels being noticed around Tech’s campus and the importance of sustainability being stressed by many, questions are being raised about where Tech’s energy derives from.  Ten years ago, Tech made the decision to stop burning coal for an energy source and convert to more efficient and reliable means. […]

News On campus

Summary Judgment Requested By Faculty Suing Tech

Two Tech faculty members who have filed a lawsuit against the university’s provost recently requested a summary judgment in federal court. Attorney Robert Bigelow, representing Dr. Julia Gruber and Andrew Smith — associate professor of German and English instructor respectively — claims the university used surveillance technology to “unmask and […]


Tech Soccer Shuts Out SEMO on Senior Night

The Golden Eagles (6-4-4 overall, 4-0-2 OVC) defeated Southeast Missouri (SEMO) (6-6-2, 2-2-2) on their senior night Sunday to stay in first place in the conference with a 3–0 victory. With only two games left in the regular season, Tech sits at the top of the conference with their next […]

On campus

Tech Counseling Center and Mental Health

Tech continues to grow, with over 10,000 freshmen on campus in the fall of 2022. With this rise in numbers, students should be aware of the university’s resources.             The university provides health and safety tools.            Leigh Ann Ray, director of JJ Oakley Health Services, stated, “There are lots of resources […]


SGA Committee Meeting

Tech’s Student Government Association hosted their first committee meeting led by president, Addison Dorris, and vice president, Jacob Cherry. Tech’s Student Government Association hosted their first committee meeting on Sept. 12 in the RUC’s Multi-Purpose Room at 7 p.m.. The meeting was led by Tech’s president, Addison Dorris, and vice […]

News Off campus On campus Top Stories

A Way of Dealing With the Times

If you go into any houseware store, or locally owned boutique, you’ll find wooden signs speaking to our ways of life. Each one is different, but yet the same; however, when you see them in someone’s home, office and personal space, you begin to get glimpses into their humor or […]

On campus

Tech Family Weekend

Tech held its annual Family Weekend from Friday, Sept. 16, until Sunday, Sept. 18. The weekend consisted of many activities including: family golf and bowling, a bus tour of Cookeville, as well as a Tech football game against Samford University on Saturday night.    As many students welcomed their families […]