Communication

News and Events

Student radio station offers DJ training 

Students, faculty and staff who are interested in hosting a radio show or podcast on 88.5 FM The Nest must attend DJ training. The four classes cover Federal Communications Commission rules, on-air etiquette and operating studio equipment. Classes are the following days from 11 a.m. to noon in RUC 369.
  • Tuesday, Jan. 30
  • Thursday, Feb. 1
  • Tuesday, Feb. 6 
  • Thursday, Feb. 8

For more information, contact program director Cameron Fowler at cmfowler42@students.tntech.edu.

Student magazine available online

The 2017 fall edition of Eagle Eye may be read online. The magazine features work by students in Magazine Production and Design, Feature Writing, and Fundamentals of Photojournalism. A limited number of the magazines have been printed and are available in the Communication Department office (RUC 376).

Artificial intelligence topic of debate showcase

Informational poster for debate showcase event

The Speech and Debate Team's first showcase debate of the semester is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 25 in Derryberry Auditorium. Students will debate whether artificial intelligence should be regulated for humanity's sake. The event is open to the public.