Sexism in Olympic Coverage

Ashley Day, Chattanooga, Tenn.– Despite this year’s USA Olympic team including more women than ever before, female athletes have a long way to go to gain equal representation by the media. Several sexist statements by NBC commentators and other news organizations have undergone harsh criticism during the past couple of weeks, especially through social media. […]

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  • What infringement of speech really means

    By Anna Prater, Chattanooga, Tenn., — In the past week, we as a student body have lost our collective mind over freedom of speech. There are allegations that the First Amendment has been infringed on this campus. Can we not speak our minds anymore? Inclusion for who(m*), exactly? So here’s the thing – nobody’s freedom […]

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    Celebrate your growing pains, woes

    By Cameron Morgan; Eve Hermann, Chattanooga, Tenn., — I was born on the Ides of March — cue the Caesar puns, ‘Et tu Birthday?’ But while I’ve been warned about my bad luck with close confidants, I didn’t expect 22 to stab me in the back. Or rather, make me re-evaluate a lot of the behaviors I’d […]

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  • Outdoors provide a getaway

    By Sara Serkownek, Chattanooga, Tenn. — Take a deep breath. Go on. Do it. Notice the air you’re breathing? Is it the technology-tainted (and lately, slightly damp) air of the UTC Library? Maybe it’s the air of the UC, which — no matter the time of day — always smells a bit like Chick-fil-A. Or […]

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