Author: Adam Webb

Arts

Talking ’bout Generationals

New Orleans duo Generationals have released their new album “Alix”, 18 months after their third album “Heza.” The band’s indie-pop sound is made by singer Ted Joyner and guitarist Grant Widmer.  The band also features synth, keyboard, drums and bass to make their unique sound on “Alix.” The album opens […]

Arts

‘No Good Deed’ Excites

Taraji Henson as Terri in No Good Deed How far will one woman go to protect her family? In this action-thriller starring Idris Elba and Taraji P. Henson, we find out. Terri (Henson) lives a perfect life as a stay-at-home mother of two, except for her distant husband who doesn’t […]

Arts

Biggest fall TV returns

Beginning this Sunday, our favorite fall television shows start to return. I am so excited I could scream. As you can see, I have a huge social life. I’m only going to hit the highlights for some shows, but there is a lot of great TV coming to screens within […]

Arts

‘Avenue Q’ coming to Tech

Starting Nov. 6, Tech’s campus will be overrun by puppets in the production of “Avenue Q” at the Backdoor Playhouse in Jere Whitson Building. Mark Creter, artistic director for the Backdoor Playhouse, decided to embark on another musical journey in the theater, but this time there is a new element […]

Opinion

Coffee or Clean Water?

Warm scarf. Frayed sweater. Crisp air. Burning trash. Rosy cheeks. Starving bellies. It is time to speak up on an issue of contrasting standards. It is time to talk about my favorite season and why I need to enjoy it more this year. Every year, autumn swarms me with tastings […]

Arts

‘As Above, So Below’ a creepy treasure

In perhaps one of the creepiest films to release in the last few months, “As Above/So Below” is half thriller and half adventure, keeping audiences on the edge of their seats. Deep within the ancient catacombs of Paris, a team of ragtag treasure hunters accidentally stumble upon a portal to […]

Sports

Tech struggles on both sides of the ball against Indiana State

Photo by Rob Schabert, TTU Sports Information & Broadcasting The Golden Eagles were handed their first loss of the 2014 season last Saturday while on the road against the Indiana State Sycamores. Indiana State took a commanding 49-14 win over Tech by putting them out of the game early with […]

News

SGA Senator appointed to commission by Governor

Student Government Association Senator Alex Martin has been appointed by Governor Bill Haslam as the Tennessee Board of Regents’ representative on the Tennessee Higher Education Commission for a two-year term. There are two types of student representatives: one for the University of Tennessee system and one for the TBR, with […]

News

SAE rises from the ashes

Photo by Jordan Pace Sigma Alpha Epsilon is recovering from the destruction of its former fraternity house on Eighth St. last semester. The fire claimed the Tennessee Delta chapter house early morning on March 22. It started in the basement of the house where the flames spread, leaving nothing but […]