• Nightfall
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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. […]

  • Hike & Bike
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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 […]

  • Southern music festivals keep things shaking and grooving
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    Southern music festivals keep things shaking and grooving

    Ashley Barnes, Chattanooga, Tenn. – For all of those music lovers looking for the perfect festival this summer look no further. Here are a few festivals less than three hours away from Chattanooga. Gas is expensive these days, so why drive hours away when The Riverbend Festival is right here in Chattanooga? The Riverbend Festival […]

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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  • 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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  • Money Matters: The University Budget

    By Alina Hunter-Grah, Chattanooga, Tenn. — As the 2015-2016 school year ends, the University budget starts to take a more definite shape and plans for the next fiscal year begin to form. Here’s a look at the proposed 2016 University fiscal year budget. The biggest standout of the 2016 fiscal year, which runs from the fall […]

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  • Getting involved with intramural sports

    By: Kyle Yager Students that are searching for an exciting and enjoyable way to get connected on campus, intramural sports may be the way to go. Intramural sports are essentially organized recreational sports that any student can participate in. A variety of sports are offered, including: basketball, softball, flag football, indoor soccer, etc.   There are […]

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  • Destinos latinos de verano

    Lily Sanchez, Chattanooga, Tenn. — Varios países latinoamericanos son conocidos como destinos de vacaciones populares del mundo. Países como Cuba, Puerto Rico y la República Dominicana son islas del caribe adonde llega un alto volumen de turistas a través del año. Si quieres practicar tu fluidez en español mientras estés de vacaciones, intenta reservar tu […]

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  • How to have the most fun with your summer

    By Heather Newlin, Chattanooga, Tenn. — As students, summer is an opportunity to experience a three month change of pace. No matter how busy you are, you can make the most of your summer. First of all, nice weather in the summer months means concerts are happening all the time. No matter what city you’re or […]

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  • Sports year in review

    By: Chris King The 2015-16 year in sports proved to be a historic one as the University of Tennessee Chattanooga Athletic Department combined for five Southern Conference regular season championships and three team appearances in post season play. Football kicked off the sports year with a bang as the Mocs claimed the 2015 SoCon Championship, […]

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