Feminism versus Womanism

March 17, 2018 Hannah Butler 0

As a part of Women’s Week for 2018, Campus Life and the Department of Professional Studies teamed up to sponsor a presentation over “Feminism vs. Womanism: Examination of a Sisterhood.” Assistant Professor of Professional Studies, […]


More than a crown

March 5, 2018 Hannah Butler 0

Filled with genuinity and a heart for others, freshman Madison Oswalt has become our new Miss Arkansas Tech. Although she began competing at the early age of 13-years-old, she did not always have her pageant […]

Arts & Entertainment

Old Post BBQ hits the spot for all

February 27, 2018 Hannah Butler 0

Smoky chicken is sandwhich pefection I’m normally not one to go to a barbeque place. I’m more for.. anything else. Naturally, I was apprehensive when I walked in to Old Post Bar-B-Q. When we walked […]


Photographs of Music Legends

February 24, 2018 Hannah Butler 0

On Feb. 9, the Arkansas Tech Museum began hosting “Photographs of Music Legends” with photos of rock, blues and country legends throughout the 1970’s. These photos, taken by Watt Casey, depict music legends that were […]


Headless horseman comes to Tech library

February 23, 2018 Hannah Butler 0

To kick off the “2nd Monday Author Series” for the spring semester, Ross Pendergraft Library starts with one of Tech’s own, Mindy Hudson. Hudson’s book, “The Headless Horsemen of Booger Holler and Other Dover Tales,” […]

In the Tech Community

New year, new degrees

February 17, 2018 Hannah Butler 0

Arkansas Tech University and the Arkansas Higher Education Board approved three new degrees as of January 2018. The College of Engineering will introduce a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering, a Bachelor of Arts degree in […]