Features

A language of life beyond words

April 28, 2018 Hannah Butler 0

Dr. Rebecca Garvin of the English department has many qualities; however, boring is not among them. She considers her adult life in three phases: raising a family, her career and her third stage—making art. After […]

News

More accesible recycling on the way

April 14, 2018 Hannah Butler 0

The Campus Environmental Coalition is starting a recycling program in order to make recycling more accessible for students. It is made up of both faculty members and students to create a more environmentally-friendly campus. Advised […]

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Platoon leader, student

April 7, 2018 Hannah Butler 0

Stephen Bell is a dark-headed, twenty-something junior at Arkansas Tech. He is a University Honors student, working on a bachelor’s degree in history. But he is not your average college student. He is involved in […]

News

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, […]

Features

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 […]