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CODE seeks unity through diversity this Black History Month

The Center of Diversity Education, or CODE, is an organization at Tech that was founded by student athletes in the fall of 2020. The prime goal of the organization is to promote unity through diversity and to bring student athletes from different backgrounds together.  Jamaal Thompson, junior football and basketball […]

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Students outraged over campus opening announcement

Student outrage over President Oldham’s decision to have students come back to campus on Friday Feb. 19 after a week of snow days changes administration’s mind.  Cookeville and surrounding areas were put under a winter storm watch Monday, Feb. 15. Cookeville received several inches of ice and snow over the […]

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Volunteers needed for the TSSAA BlueCross Bowl

Tennessee will continue to play home field to the TSSAA BlueCross Bowl. Tech’s coveted Tucker Stadium has been the home venue to the illustrious event since 2009. Tucker Stadium, opened in 1966, and named after former Golden Eagle coach Wilburn Tucker, seats 12,500 adoring fans of the game.  The event […]

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Seth Speaks Volumes

Why Rocket League is Amazing Casually and Competitively  Rocket League is an amazing Esport for any college student to try out if they are trying to become a professional gamer. It is the perfect combination of skill and fun all into one. Rocket League is the video game version of […]

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President Oldham expresses pride for Tech community

In the aftermath of Tuesday morning’s tornado, Tech President Phil Oldham expressed his gratitude and pride for the work and passion demonstrated by Tech’s community members.   The tornado that touched down throughout Middle Tennessee Tuesday at approximately 2 a.m. was at least an EF-3, meaning winds were moving at […]

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Oracle staff member gets eagle-eye view of campus

A typical Tuesday for me includes working scholarship hours in the provost’s office, attending a newspaper staff meeting, having lunch with a friend and attending reporting class.   Nov. 12 was different. Very different.   That day, I flew over the campus and Cookeville in a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter. […]