Students voice opinions on new gun law

By Alina Hunter-Grah, Chattanooga, Tenn. — In early May, Governor Bill Haslam allowed a controversial bill, which enables full time employees of public universities or colleges to carry handguns on campus, to become law without his signature; and as school begins, the controversy is picking up among students and employees alike. The new law, SB 2376, […]

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  • UTC police to get new gear, officers

    By Haley Doss, Chattanooga, Tenn. — The UTC Police are adding components to their department which will include new police positions, patrollers, training and student education to increase knowledge and safety on campus.  One of the new additions includes new three-wheeler patrollers. These allow for a quicker response time for officers as well as a chance […]

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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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  • 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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