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Tech Equestrian saddles up for competition

By Bee Goodman Managing Editor Photo by Lilly Davis Photographer It’s an early morning for the riders as they gather themselves and head for competitions. Sometimes it’s a short trip, but other times is a long drive before the Tennessee Tech Equestrian Team saddles up. The horses are packed in […]

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Tech Baseball still first place in the OVC

By Callie Smith Sports Editor Photo by Brian Carpenter Tech holds onto the number one spot in OVC after a weekend series in Cookeville against Southeast Missouri. Tech took the weekend 2-1. Game one was stretched. The Redhawks scored one in the top of the first. The scoreboard wasn’t touched […]

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Cookeville city council approves a series of motions

Lawson Tidwell Reporter In a decision on March 21, 2024 the Cookeville City Council approved a series of motions which included a unanimous vote to construct two new fire stations in July, to be completed by 2026. Council member Eric Walker said of the decision “I’m very excited about this.” […]

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TPI fee aids campus parking problem

Leigha Gregory Contributing Writer On Monday, Feb. 9, Tech students received an email from Student Body President Chance Hale regarding a survey about the proposed Transportation, Parking and Infrastructure (TPI) Fee. This TPI Fee proposal presents a blanket fee starting at $125 per semester which contributes to the construction of […]

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Sunfrog, Baby Fish, pseudonyms and the making of a collage

August Creter Copy Editor As the artistic community in Cookeville grows, long-time local artists are getting their shine. Local artist Sunfrog will present his first solo exhibit at the Tiny Cloak during May. Sunfrog, commonly known around town by his birth name Andrew Smith, is a professor at Tech who […]

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“100 Years of voices”

By Bee Goodman Managing Editor  Noah Mears Photograph Senior communication major Bee Goodman, the current managing editor, nervously steps up to the podium to address the crowded room of The Oracle’s 100 Anniversary celebration.    “One hundred years is a special thing… Rarely do we actually get to participate in […]