• Scarlet Hawks Update

    Technews Writer
    Sep 18, 2011
    Upcoming Home Events
     
    Tuesday, September 20
    Men's Soccer (#29 National Rank) vs Ashford University (#22 National Rank)
    7pm, Stuart Field
    Women's Volleyball vs Saint Xavier (Receiving National Top 25 Votes)
    7pm, Keating Sports Hall
     
    Thursday, September 22
    Women's Volleyball vs Cardinal Stritch University
    7pm, Keating Sports Hall
     
    Friday, September 23 (Homecoming)
    Men's Soccer (#29 National Rank) vs Davenport University
    7pm, Stuart Field
  • Men's Soccer win third straight

    Technews Writer
    Sep 17, 2011
    After two extremely impressive away wins last weekend against Indiana Wesleyan (RV) and Bethel College (#19), the Men’s Soccer team (#29) continued their good run of form on Saturday afternoon as they comfortably defeated Lawrence Tech 3-0 at Stuart Field.
    The Hawks started the better of the two teams and took a deserved lead in the 25th minute, when Philippine international Robert Rixer rose gloriously in the penalty box to bullet home a famous header from a Graeme Port cross.
  • Women's Soccer win again

    Technews Writer
    Sep 17, 2011
    On Saturday afternoon, the Illinois Tech Women’s Soccer team faced Bethel College at Stuart field, with the team turning in a commanding performance to win the game 3-0. Going into the game with a 1-4 record, the Scarlet Hawks definitely needed to up their game, and the team didn't disappoint, as straight from the kick off the Hawks attacked the visiting side.
  • Athlete Spotlight- Cross Country - Abby Jahn

    Technews Writer
    Sep 17, 2011
    Name: Abby JahnYear: FreshmanMajor: ArchitectureSport: Cross country running/Indoor track/TrackPosition: Mid DistanceFavorite thing about the sport: "The team and the friendships that I'm building." Favorite thing to do on campus: "Eat breakfast after practice." Favorite Thing about the Fans: "The team out there cheering us on."Best tip for anyone who wants to be great at your sport: "Take a lot of naps!"
  • Galvin's Undergraduate Research Specialists

    Technews Writer
    Sep 11, 2011

    Many undergrads view the library as uncharted territory.  Some even take pride in the fact that they have delayed visiting the library for their entire first year (or longer).  However, there often comes a time in a student's academic career where using the library is advantageous, or even required to complete a class assignment or project.  Using any new system for the first time can be confusing and overwhelming, especially as an assignment deadline approaches.
  • Libya

    Technews Writer
    Sep 11, 2011


    With all the things that have been going on in Libya for the past few months, I know I should be glad that the tyranny of the Gadhafi regime is finally being challenged. However, instead I’m more skeptical about the Libyan rebels – are they any better than Gadhafi’s loyalists? What are their intentions, besides overthrowing their government? Can we even trust them? And, once the rebels accomplish their goals, what sort of government would they set up, and how?

    Second, I find myself ashamed of many fellow Americans.
  • IIT Scarlet Hawks Update

    Technews Writer
    Sep 11, 2011
    Upcoming Home Events

    Saturday, September 17
    Women's Soccer vs Bethel College
    1pm, Stuart Field
    Men's Soccer vs Lawrence Tech
    3pm, Stuart Field




     
    Men's Soccer Record:
    Overall 2-2-1 (.500)
    Conference - 0-0-0 (.000)
    Friday 9 Sep
    W 4-0 - @ Indiana Wesleyan (Receiving National Top 25 Votes)
    Saturday 10 Sep
  • Introducing SGA's "I Want" cards

    Technews Writer
    Sep 11, 2011
    Key to Illinois Tech’s Student Government Association is representing the thoughts and opinions of the students of the school. In order to do this, we use many means to answer the question: just what are your (the students') thoughts and opinions? The most obvious strategy being that senators talk to their peers, find out what they like and don’t like about their school, and bring the issues back to Senate to try to resolve.