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Museum rolls into RUC

Curator Angela Jennings begins her presentation of the Sankofa African-American Museum on Wheels artifacts to a group of 25 students and faculty.The museum was displayed at Tech Feb. 5-6. Photo by Rebecca Franey. Artifacts from Africa to Black Lives Matter attracted community members to the Tech Pride Room in honor of […]

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Museum rolls into RUC

Curator Angela Jennings begins her presentation of the Sankofa African-American Museum on Wheels artifacts to a group of 25 students and faculty.The museum was displayed at Tech Feb. 5-6. Photo by Rebecca Franey. Artifacts from Africa to Black Lives Matter attracted community members to the Tech Pride Room in honor of […]

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Fitness center experiences yearly spike

Tech’s Fitness Center experiences an overall increase in visitors in January thanks to New Year’s resolutions. “We see a big rush of people in the beginning of fall too, but there’s kind of a difference in what you see them do,” Kristin Morgan, senior sociology major and Fitness Center student […]

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Let’s taco ’bout a new restaurant next to campus

Victor's Taco Shop located on North Walnut Avenue. Photo by Rebecca Franey. With all of the additions affecting campus, it can be argued that Victor’s Taco Shop is one that students are happy to see fill the void on North Walnut Avenue. The Mexican restaurant officially opened on Jan.13 across […]

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PODCAST: Humans of Tennessee Tech with Dr. Graham and Bettye Kash

In this interview, Dr. Graham Kash, a Tennessee Tech University Professor, and his wife, Dr. Bettye Kash, a retired professor, share the story of their love through fond memories, folk music and seamless harmonies. Transcript: LAUREN CLARK: Today we will be interviewing Dr. Graham Kash and Dr. Bettye Kash. So, […]

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REVIEW: Netflix’s “Haunting of Hill House” refreshes a genre

Netflix’s show “The Haunting of Hill House”offers a new take on the horror TV show formula by weaving a compelling tale of tragic loss, mental health, supernatural encounters, and familial bonds. Premiering on October 12, each episode of the season focuses on a different child of the Crain family as […]

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“Frankenstein” comes to the Backdoor Playhouse

Jacob Alexander, playing Young Victor, recites lines while holding an unconscious Michaela Crawford, playing Elizabeth. Photo by Rebecca Franey. Frankenstein is brought back to life through a new lens that delves deeper into the philosophical question of creation. Tech Players perform the fall production “Playing with Fire (After Frankenstein)” by […]

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Review: Bob’s Burgers season 9

Bob’s Burgers is back and funnier than ever for its ninth season. The Emmy-winning show premiered in 2011 and continues to enchant with its witty banter, colorful characters and musical flavor. The show follows the Belcher family, including parents Bob and Linda and their three children Tina, Gene and Louise. […]

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Review: Bojack Horseman Season 5

On Sept. 14, Season 5 of the infamous cartoon show Bojack Horseman released on Netflix. With it came the existential crises, life questioning revelations, cheeky wordplay, and scathing pop culture criticisms one can expect from a Bojack Horseman season.       The series, which premiered on Netflix in 2014, tackles adult themes […]