The Oracle, Tech’s students-run newspaper, will return, in print and online, Friday, Feb. 1, 2013. Happy Holidays from The Oracle staff.
The Oracle will return, in print and online, Sept. 14. Happy Summer!
Tech has added two more stop signs on Peachtree Ave. to control traffic and make this road safer These two stop signs went up April 9. It turned this two-way stop into a four-way. According to Jack Butler, associate vice president of Facilities and Business services, the intersection was discussed […]
The Tennessee Board of Regents is considering changes to the common calendar, which could affect Tech and other TBR institutions as early as the fall 2014 semester. According to Monica Greppin-Watts, TBR communications director, any revision to the common calendar will be discussed at the Subcouncils’ meeting in July and […]
Astronauts Roger Crouch and Barry Wilmore are scheduled to receive honorary doctorate degrees at Tech’s May 5 commencement ceremonies. Both Crouch and Wilmore will be the first recipients awarded honorary doctorate degrees by Tech since the Tennessee Board of Regents permitted their institutions authorization to award the degrees. “We have […]
Tech plans to relocate fall 2012 students living in M.S. Cooper and Pinkerton halls at the end of the semester in preparation for spring 2013 renovations. Upgrades are planned for the plumbing, floors, rooms and the overall design of the halls. “We have more space in the spring than we […]
The third and final stage of Pharos printing system is scheduled to begin this summer. Students who exceed the established printing limit will begin incurring charges, with those charges returning to the Technology Access Fee funds. Faculty and staff are being tracked by Information Technology Services on a separate Pharos […]
With finals just around the corner, Tech Health Services has seen an increase in students suffering from stress and lack of sleep. “At the end of semester, we always have people that have waited to the end of the semester to say they’re drowning, meaning failing their classes and stressing […]
Tech’s annual Relay for Life kicks off tonight at 6 p.m. with a theme honoring the unlucky day. “Superstitions is the overall theme,” Jessica Hyder, Tech’s Relay for Life chairman, said. “Then everybody chose a theme that was underneath that, such as walking under a ladder, black cats or broken […]
Tech’s Residential Life Office is hosting To Write Love on Her Arms, an event promoting suicide prevention, from 5 to 7 p.m. April 19 on the main quad of campus. TWLOHA is a non-profit organization that was created to people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury and suicide. Students will write […]