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Prescott acquisition to provide new parking alternatives

The Tennessee Technological University Foundation is making plans for how to use the newly acquired Prescott Middle School building and surrounding grounds. Among other things, the property will provide 500-700 new parking spaces that will help with commuter parking problems on campus.The TTU Foundation purchased the property in 2008 but […]

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The Non-Commissioned Officers’ ‘Money Looking for Thieves’

The same year that hoards of teenage girls were packing theatres across the country to see a vampire love story, Tennessee filmmaking collective the Deagol Brothers were premiering their own independent film featuring zombie romance. Luckily, Hendersonville High School “bros” Andy Duensing and Christopher Doyle didn’t follow the obviously underthought, […]

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‘Atlas Shrugged’ adaptation opens in theaters today

In 1957, writer and philosopher Ayn Rand published a book that she considered her magnum opus. Atlas Shrugged is the story of man’s mind and spirit escaping the bondage of a repressive society that demands mediocrity and punishes success. Though the story initially received a wide mix of praise and […]

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Tech baseball finding winning ways as postseason approaches

The Tech baseball team is hitting its stride with a little over a month left in the regular season.They have won four of their last six, including a season best four-game win streak that started with beating Lipscomb and Alabama A&M on the road last week “We have a good […]

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Predators’ playoffs perfect college playpen

The building is shaking.You hear people screaming. You can’t hear yourself breathe, let alone think. The pressure, suspense, anticipation: all building. Where are you? In Nashville, at a Predators’ playoff game, of course. Yes, it’s that time again, where Nashville and Bridgestone Arena turn into a mad house filled with […]

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FFA members notch high offices

Tech’s representation in the Tennessee and National FFA organizations has become more pronounced, gaining the attention of many prospective freshmen.On the state level, half of FFA officers will be Tech students, with President Peyton Graham of Munford and State Vice President East Courtney Walker of Cumberland Gap, both incoming freshmen, […]

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Tech graduates: Where are they now?

There are ten days left of this semester, not including the weekends or finals week. More than likely, graduating seniors have a countdown narrowed down to the second of when they’ll walk across the stage at commencement.With graduation just three weeks away, some Tech students are knee-deep in their job […]

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Meal plan differences exist between Peay and Tech

Tech prides itself on being perennially named a “Best Value” school in the south. However, an in depth look at Chartwells’ services in Tennessee suggests this might not necessarily be true.Chartwells provides dining services for three Ohio Valley Universities: Southeast Missouri State, Austin Peay and Tech. Despite being under similar […]

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Window on the World festival to return next week

Every spring, the RUC is adorned with dozens of flags from all over the globe. While the banners make for an eye-catching symbol, some students may wonder why they are there. The answer is an annual event known as Window on the World.This year’s festival begins in the RUC on […]