• A tour of small-town Tennessee
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    A tour of small-town Tennessee

    Anne Costabile, Chattanooga, Tenn. – Tennessee has plenty to offer: Tasty barbecue, great football (Go Mocs & Go Vols!) and unique attractions. Every Tennessean is familiar with Memphis, Nashville and Knoxville, but what about all those little cities scattered in between? These small cities, filled with family-friendly festivals and welcoming natives, are the state’s hidden […]

  • Battle of the best barbeque: Memphis versus Nashville
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    Battle of the best barbeque: Memphis versus Nashville

    Anne Costabile, Chattanooga, Tenn. – It’s been said that Nashville has the best BBQ, even better than Memphis. Shocking, I know. I’m a Memphis native, so I have to disagree. So, here are a few BBQ restaurants in both Memphis and Nashville. You can be the judge of what’s really the best. Memphis: Memphis is […]

  • Contributed Photo - Students given opportunity to travel Rome as part of 18 day trip to Italy.
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    Students explore Italy as part of special topics classes

    By Taylor Starkey, Chattanooga, Tenn. — For a little over two weeks, 49 students and five faculty members got the opportunity to call Florence, Italy home. The 18-day trip, which last from May 15 until June 2,  was the first of its kind and Dr. Scott Seagle, the Senior Instructional Developer at the Walker Center for Teacher and […]

A tour of small-town Tennessee

Anne Costabile, Chattanooga, Tenn. – Tennessee has plenty to offer: Tasty barbecue, great football (Go Mocs & Go Vols!) and unique attractions. Every Tennessean is familiar with Memphis, Nashville and Knoxville, but what about all those little cities scattered in between? These small cities, filled with family-friendly festivals and welcoming natives, are the state’s hidden […]

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  • Engineering management program ranked as one of top 20 in nation

    By Taylor Starkey, Chattanooga, Tenn. — Ranking in 20th place for an Online Engineering Graduate Program, The University’s MS Engineering Management Program stands out among some of the nation’s most well-renowned and competitive universities in a recent poll by Top Management Degrees. “I was really surprised,” said Department Head of Engineering Management and Technology and Director of Graduate Programs […]

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  • Top lakes to cool down your summer

    Sarah Graham, Chattanooga, Tenn. – With summer just around the corner it’s time to start planning what to do to stay cool while the weather heats up. Luckily for those looking to stay close to the city, there’s a multitude of great lakes within a few hours that offer some thing for everyone! Sarah Graham’s Picks […]

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  • Student joins College Democrats, becomes secretary

    Ashley Barnes, Chattanooga, Tenn. – A student is on the path to changing the way students view politics and achievement through the use of campus organizations. Brandon Robinson is a sophomore and member of the student-run club, UTC College Democrats. Robinson said his friend Seth Harrell decided to put together the club after joining the Student […]

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  • Hike & Bike

    By Hayden Seay and Sarah Inman, Chattanooga, Tenn. – Why settle for taking a stroll when you can roll through some of the prettiest trails near Chattanooga. Chattanooga Riverwalk: This treasured trail stretches a whole 22 miles from downtown near the Aquarium to the TVA Dam. Eight miles of the Riverwalk are open to follow […]

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  • Author Harrison Scott Key lectures at South Bound

    Hayden Seay, Chattanooga, Tenn. – Author and humorist Harrison Scott Key will speak at the final lecture of the Southern Literature Alliance’s South Bound series. “Harrison Scott Key, more than anything, is a humorist,” said Rhett Bentley, the Director of Programs at Southern Literature Alliance. “[His] first book, “The World’s Largest Man” [is] a memoir about […]

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  • Nightfall

    Anna Prater, Chattanooga, Tenn. – For students who stay in Chattanooga for the summer, Nightfall is a godsend. Nightfall is a free outdoor concert series, held at Miller Plaza every Friday night from May through August, that began in 1992. One of the coolest parts is that the artists who perform are not well-known… yet. […]

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