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Baseball coach relieved of duties

TTU head baseball coach Justin Holmes was relieved of his duties Wednesday afternoon according to information released by TTU Sports Information.   Director of Athletics Mark Wilson said the decision was due to conduct that is “inconsistent with the expectations and standards Tennessee Tech has for all head coaches.”   […]


Fire in New Hall South

A fire broke out in New Hall South last night. The source was a dryer in the second floor laundry room. No one was injured, though many students were moved to New Hall North. “We are making sure our students have the support and resources they need,” said President Phil […]

Health News On campus

Flu shots on campus for $18

Flu season is upon middle Tennessee, and Tech students can now receive a flu shot at Health Services on campus for $18.   The clinic provides care for all full-time students, part-time students, faculty and staff.   To make an appointment, students can call 931-372-332 or schedule online on Eagle […]

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Halloween Door Decorating Contest winners

Tennessee Tech Halloween Door Decorating Contest Winners: 1st: Accessible Education Center – Al’s Toy Barn from Toy Story 2nd:, iCube –“It” theme 3rd: College of Engineering- crystal ball “Look inside the crystal ball, for engineering has it all.” Honorable mentions: Prescott Hall; School of Nursing


Tech students represented as Stanford fellows

Three Tennessee Tech students completed curriculum to be launched as Stanford fellows.   Mik Davis, Courtney Savage and Rachel Smith, Tech’s cohort, received a fellowship and grant opportunity at Stanford University through a program called the University Innovation Fellowship.   The UIF is a worldwide program run and sponsored by […]

News On campus

Students create human periodic table

Student Members of the American Chemical Society created the first human periodic table at the Roaden University Center lawn on Sunday.   “This is the international year of the periodic table,” SMACS president Abigail Rossi said. “So, we are trying to honor it by making it.”   Student Organization Funding […]


More information released in domestic assault case

A 22-year-old Tech student is scheduled to appear in Putnam County general session court on April 8 to face a domestic assault charge.   Nicolas Grant Harris is accused of slapping his 21-year-old girlfriend and spitting toothpaste in her face at Tech Village West on Sept. 6. The assault stemmed […]


Veterans Week brings celebrations

Veterans Week is Nov. 11-15 and is sponsored by Tech’s Department of Military and Veteran Affairs.   Veterans Week began last year and is something that Mary McCaskey, director of financial aid and veteran affairs, is hoping to turn into a tradition.   Veterans Day was originally only celebrated on […]


New agriculture lab expected next year

Plans to turn a Shipley Farm storage barn into a lab for agricultural engineering technology is expected to be completed by this time next year, an official said.   The location across the Hyder-Burks Pavilion currently is used to store the farm’s combines and tractors.   The proposed lab is […]


“Heatin’ Up the Quad” raised $3,506

Tech’s 6th annual “Heatin’ Up the Quad” event raised $3,506 this year, increasing profits by a couple hundred dollars compared to last year, an organizer said.   “This event was good for us, good for the Food Pantry and good for Tech,” Suzann Hensley, assistant director for campus recreation, said. […]