Best in the Business

Student receives recognition for entrepreneurial spirit

Chattanooga, TN– The UTC Hall of Fame recognized Polk County, Tenn., senior, Joe Ellis with the Collegiate Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award. “It is just recognizing a student from the University that exhibits the type of behavior traits, personality, and passion that entrepreneurs should have,” Ellis said.  “It’s the first year that they’ve given a student […]

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  • Queens of the Castle

    Kappa Sigma exceeds charity goal

    Chattanooga, TN– Kappa Sigma fraternity presented the money they raised during their philanthropy week to the Erlanger Neonatal Center Thursday, April 12. Memphis sophomore and co-philanthropy chair, Marcelo Vargas said the fraternity gets to choose the organization they benefit each year. “That’s the cool thing about our philanthropy week,” Vargas said. “We get to choose […]

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  • Point of View discusses local issues

    By Kelsey Oliver, Chattanooga, TN–UTC students looking for a way to stay informed on public affairs in the Chattanooga area do not have to look far, thanks to a campus-produced television program. The show, Point of View, is produced by UTC adjunct professor Booker Scruggs in conjunction with Chattanooga’s Arts and Education Council, and aims […]

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  • Contributed by Chattanooga Athletics

    Jaeger, Mocs dominate to win SoCon title

      Chattanooga, TN–Chattanooga’s golf team brought home its fifth Southern Conference title in convincing fashion Tuesday in Daniel Island S.C., taking the crown by 19 strokes to advance to the NCAA regionals. Senior Stephan Jaeger, from Munich, Germany, continued his dominance this season by earning the Southern Conference individual title by shooting a (-9) 207 […]

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  • Best in the Business

    Student receives recognition

    Chattanooga, TN– The UTC Hall of Fame recognized Polk County, Tenn., senior, Joe Ellis with the Collegiate Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award. “It is just recognizing a student from the University that exhibits the type of behavior traits, personality, and passion that entrepreneurs should have,” Ellis said.  “It’s the first year that they’ve given a student […]

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  • Frozen treats

    UC offers delicious frozen treats

    Chattanooga, TN– The UC may be overpriced and unhealthy, but the desserts offered make the money and calories well worth it. I spent two years living on campus, trying to fight the freshman (and sophomore) 15, but looking back on my time with the $550 meal plan, I wish I had disregarded the health risk […]

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