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    Men’s tennis earns first win of the season

    By Anthony Sigismond Chattanooga, Tenn.,– The men’s tennis team picked up their first win of the season Saturday in a close match against Austin Peay. The 4-3 win over the Governors evened the Mocs’ record to 1-1 on the weekend after falling to Memphis 7-0 the day before. Saturday’s win helped the Mocs avoid a four-match losing streak to Austin Peay that began over six […]

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    Mocs dominate The Citadel

    By Chris King Chattanooga, Tenn.,– The men’s basketball team dominated as they scored the most points against a Division one opponent in school history as they beat The Citadel 125-85 Monday night. The Mocs ended the night with five different players scoring in double digits. Junior Greg Pryor, Memphis, Tenn., led all scorers with 21 […]

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    Men’s tennis earns first win of the season

    By Anthony Sigismond Chattanooga, Tenn.,– The men’s tennis team picked up their first win of the season Saturday in a close match against Austin Peay. The 4-3 win over the Governors evened the Mocs’ record to 1-1 on the weekend after falling to Memphis 7-0 the day before. Saturday’s win helped the Mocs avoid a four-match losing streak to Austin Peay that began over six […]

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    McKinney using off-season to build a strong program

    By John Mitchell Chattanooga, Tenn.,– Last season women’s soccer coach Gavin McKinney endured the growing pains of a first-year coach, but the benefits are beginning to reap on the recruiting trail. Nearly a week prior to National Signing Day, McKinney announced the addition of four student-athletes into the Chattanooga program. Ellie Myrick, Knoxville, is now eligible […]

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  • Women’s tennis moving forward after 0-3 start

    By John Mitchell — Chattanooga, Tenn.,–Three-straight losses to start the season has the women’s tennis team in an oddly optimistic position. A 4-0 loss at the hands of Tennessee Sunday night marked UTC’s second loss in as many days, and the end of another grueling opening stretch that has included the likes of Memphis and UAB.. […]

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  • Ascenso para Jiménez crea conexiones

    Lily Sanchez, Chattanooga, Tenn. — Todos los estudiantes dicen que la Dra. Carmen Jiménez es una profesora dulce y compasiva. Pero eso no es lo que la hace especial para el departamento de Lenguas Modernas y Clásicas aquí en UTC. La Dra. Jiménez, nativa de Puerto Rico, tiene seis años trabajando en el departamento de Lenguas […]

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  • America: one nation under hate in politics

    Editorial, Chattanooga, Tenn. — As we here at the Echo have watched the presidential nominations unfold, we began to wonder, when did it become okay to use outright hatred and insults to build a campaign? The United States, as we all know, is a melting pot of all different kinds of people. More than 321 million Americans live […]

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    Mocs dominate The Citadel

    By Chris King Chattanooga, Tenn.,– The men’s basketball team dominated as they scored the most points against a Division one opponent in school history as they beat The Citadel 125-85 Monday night. The Mocs ended the night with five different players scoring in double digits. Junior Greg Pryor, Memphis, Tenn., led all scorers with 21 […]

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    SGA plans to continue student outreach

    By Hannah Royer, Chattanooga, Tenn. — SGA hopes to be a successful advocate for the University, like incorporating gender-neutral bathrooms in the UC, and continuing their mission to seek out student opinions. Strategic priorities SGA hopes to accomplish this semester are to generate long- lasting policy changes, to make the work they do accessible for students on campus, to engage with […]

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  • Race should not divide Super Bowl viewers

    By John Mitchell, Chattanooga, Tenn., — With the Super Bowl between the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos being just days away, I found myself in a pretty heated argument with some close friends over who I thought would win. My affinity for Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning led me to choose Denver without much thought, but my […]

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  • Balancing extroversion with depression

    By Lindsey Layman, Chattanooga, Tenn., —I’m an extrovert by nature. I thrive in social situations. I like people and crowds and being the center of attention. I feel the need to be everyone’s friend and to take on their issues as my own. I have to be there for everyone when they’re down and find […]

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