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The Plant Science Experiences Club gives students interested in plants an opportunity to collaborate and participate in activities such as field trips and plant propagation, as well as listen to and meet guest speakers. Members founded the club to promote the development and advancement of students in plant-science careers, […]
Tech scholarship recipients sometimes find that their prizes come with a cost: from writing “thank you” notes to maintaining a certain GPA, the expectations are pretty standard. However, between full-time study and bills to pay, some students find themselves in a bind with the academic service scholarship, which requires them […]
Coffee Cart showed the love of Christ and kicked off its spring semester on Centennial Plaza Jan. 27. Members of the Baptist Collegiate Ministry handed out free coffee and breakfast treats from 8 to10 a.m. on Monday and plan to keep the tradition going, said BCM outreach team leader […]
Students flocked to the new fitness center, which is set to open next year, to sign their names on the floor.
Christmas might still be a few weeks away, but some lights are being strung across campus. Tech’s third annual Lighting the Quad is scheduled from 5-5:30 p.m. on Dec. 3. This holiday tradition involves Tech’s historic main quad glowing with festival lights and holiday spirit. President Phil Oldham […]
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 […]
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
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 […]