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Time keeps on slippin’

With 1:33 to play at Austin Peay, I watched as Justin Kraemer kicked an onside kick that was absolutely perfect. The ball must travel 10 yards before being touched by the kicking team. Kraemer’s kick bounced to the 10 yard mark, and stalled. Tech recovered the ball at its own […]

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Tech earns fourth consecutive best buy honor

Add one more to the list of awards for Tech’s ranking as a university-Americas Top 100 Best College Buys. Institutional Research & Evaluation Inc. determined Tech to be one of the nation’s best college values for the fourth consecutive year in its annual National College Survey. “Of all the honors […]

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Athletics proposes strength center construction

The Tennessee Tech Strength and Conditioning department is looking forward to a proposed makeover and eventually a new facility.Head strength coach Chip Pugh has worked on improving the system since coming to Tech in 2006. “The goal is to progress the program to be at the top of the OVC”, […]

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Homecoming 2008: Aloha TTU

Monday– Banner judging 8 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.in the Tech Pride RoomTuesday– Hula Dance Contest 11 a.m. on South Patio– Skit Night 7 p.m. in Derryberry Auditorium Wednesday– Canned Food Drive 8 a.m. – 11 p.m. in the Tech Pride Room– Hawaiian Olympics 3 p.m. on the Main Quad Thursday– […]

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“Assassins” now playing at Backdoor Playhouse

The musical “Assassins” has made its way to Tech campus and is scheduled to be performed at the Backdoor Playhouse for the next couple of weeks. This musical is under the artistic direction of Mark Creter and produced by arrangement with Music Theatre International. This musical is known for its […]

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Res Life explores residential colleges program further

Tech’s Residential Life Office is exploring possible ways to implement a residential colleges program.After a seminar in September that brought experts to campus to describe how residential colleges have blurred the boundaries between academics and college life, subcommittees of Tech representatives are now studying ways to successfully start a similar […]

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AAUP proposal passes first round of voting

The American Association of University Professors is closer than ever before to garnering fair pay for adjunct and contingent faculty across the nation. With a majority of provosts at Tech voting in favor of a new pay scale proposal on Oct. 4, the AAUP is waiting for a decision from […]

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Tech soccer to play in OVC Tournament for the first time in five years

The Tennessee Tech women’s soccer team earned its first Ohio Valley Conference tournament bid since 2003.Although the Golden Eagles lost both matches last weekend against the University of Tennessee at Martin and Murray State University, Tech secured a sixth-place finish in the OVC regular season standings to qualify for postseason […]

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Tech Battalion to compete in Ranger Challenge

Cadets of the Golden Eagle Battalion are leaving today to represent Tech in one of the most difficult competitions of the year.Tomorrow at first light, they will begin the 36-hour Ranger Challenge at Ft. Jackson in Columbia, S.C., and compete against schools across the south in a total of events […]