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Tech celebrates National Transfer Student Week

Tech is not only a place to begin four years of a college career, it is also a place that roughly 3,500 students transferred to finish their degree.   “A third of our student body are transfer students,” Alex Callis, tech’s transfer specialist, said.   October 21-25 is National Transfer […]

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Third annual door decorating contest approaches

Students and faculty members are haunting the Tech hallways for the third year in a row.   The decorating contest began in 2017 in the College of Graduate Studies office and a few other departments in Derryberry Hall, Becky Blalock, an academic support associate with the College of Graduate Studies, […]

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Speech and Debate Team to sponsor national tournament

The Tennessee Tech Speech and Debate Team wins the bid to sponsor the 2019-2020 International Public Debate Association National Championship Tournament and Convention for the first time.   They event is scheduled during spring break in March.   “This is the first time that Tech has ever hosted a national […]

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Suits2Cheap provides professional clothing

Students needing professional clothes at affordable prices can look no further.   This week Student to Career is conducting the second annual Suits2Cheap event giving students the opportunity to buy professional clothes at affordable prices.   “We offer them to students at cheaper prices than they could find at a […]

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Heatin’ up the quad

The sixth annual “Heatin’ Up the Quad,” filled Tech’s main quad with students and community members to raise money and awareness for Tech’s Food Pantry.   The event, sponsored by the provost office, is part of the Tech Togetherness Initiative. Attendees judge a cooking competition.   “The goal of this […]

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Family Weekend

Tech’s population is expected to grow by hundreds this weekend as students and families celebrate the annual Family Weekend on campus. Organizers from Tech’s Office of New Student and Family Programs planned this event to give families a glimpse of their child’s college experience through several activities around town. “A […]

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Out with Grammer, in with Augustana

Augustana will replace Andy Grammer as the opening act for the upcoming S.O.L.O. concert.  Grammer’s booking agent informed the Tech Activities Board of the cancellation on Friday, Sept. 20. “‘He’s got some personal issues’ is what we’re told,” said student activities coordinator Katie Williams. According to Williams, Grammer confirmed with […]

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Family Weekend is Open to All

Tech’s family weekend will be Sept. 27-28. Most events are free to attend and are open to all Tech families. There will be a silent auction Friday, Sept. 27. The Golden Eagle women’s volleyball team will face Murray State in the same evening and a family movie will be shown […]

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Ansari SOLO concert rescheduled for April 30

Due to a scheduling conflict, Aziz Ansari will perform on campus Tuesday, April 30, not April 4 as originally scheduled. Ansari has been invited to perform for a benefit for Hurricane Sandy relief. Preliminary damage estimates from the hurricane that destroyed large parts of New York and New Jersey in […]