Looking forward: Dan Lothian lectures

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Madison Baldwin, Chattanooga, Tenn. — Former White House correspondent Dan Lothian will guest lecture in the communication department five times this academic year. Dan Lothian is owner of Dan Lothian Media, a media content and investment company with holdings in startups like the legal online publication, “The Texas Lawbook.” Prior to launching his own venture, […]

New food options come to campus

Alicia Miller, Chattanooga, Tenn. —  New eateries are coming to campus soon, so ready your Mocs bucks. With the new library opening in the spring semester, there will be a full service Starbucks that will accept Mocs bucks. “Currently, a new agreement is being drafted to put a food place under the UCF 5000 building,” […]

Students capture Chattanooga, win best shot

Staff Report Four students won Capture Chattanooga’s Best Shot, earning $400 in the process. Justan Li, Mitchell George, Johnny Bailey and Jacob Cagle teamed up to tackle the theme “Light and Shadow” over the weekend of Sept. 19. “We really wanted to focus on how light and shadow appeared on camera,” George, a sophomore from […]

Artful Yoga incorporates mind, body at the Hunter Museum

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Hayden Seay, Chattanooga, Tenn. — The Hunter Museum is painting yoga in a new and exciting way. “The goal of artful yoga is to get people to see art differently,” said Adera Causey, the curator of education at the museum. Each meeting begins with the group walking to the mansion, where a piece of art […]

Chattanooga welcomes winter with ice rink

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“Ice on the Landing,” Chattanooga’s first outdoor skating rink is officially under way.

Amber Latham, Chattanooga, Tenn. — A temporary ice rink, called “Ice on the Landing,” will debut to the public starting Nov. 28. Chattanooga Presents came up with the idea, although the rink is sponsored mainly by Volkswagen, . “I think a temporary ice rink would be very cool,” said Danielle Aggers, a sophomore from Knoxville. […]

Critic’s Corner: Azealia Banks album “Broke With Expensive Taste” is worth the wait

Spencer Lane, Chattanooga, Tenn. — The career of Harlem rapper Azealia Banks has had as many ups and downs as an artist can possibly have in the span of four years. Her debut single, “212,” was considered one of the best and most refreshing new rap songs of 2011, if not the best. The combination […]

Paranormal activity in Confederate Cemetery open for discussion

Hayden Seay, Chattanooga, Tenn., — Exchange stress for scares and try visiting the cemetery across East Fifth Street from Holt Hall and the UC. Not only a sight to see during fall, the cemetery is a frequent of many, including the occasional spectator. Herb Deloche, employee of the Sons of Confederate Veterans who maintain the […]

UTC theatre department Presents ‘The Good Person of Szechwan’

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Mario Hoyle and Maya Abram share a glance while Grace Holtz pauses while practicing a line.

Haley Doss, Chattanooga, Tenn., — The theater department is presenting Tony Kushner’s adaptation of Bertolt Brecht’s “The Good Person of Szechwan.” The performances will be in the Fine Arts Center Nov. 18-21 at 7:30 p.m. with an additional show on Nov. 22 at 2 p.m. Set in town of Szechwan, the story follows three gods […]

The Camp House makes a move

Daniel McNeeley, Chattanooga, Tenn., — Multipurpose venue The Camp House is leaving the historic Southside for a new location on M.L. King Boulevard. It has been used as meeting places for interviews, hang out spots for friends and a good place to relax and study for off-campus students. This makes it difficult for some students […]

A last look at Lupton

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Students use Lupton Library after it opened in January 1974.

Hayden Seay, Chattanooga, Tenn., — As the fall semester begins to wind down and final exams are on the horizon, students are trying to find ways to make studying easier. “The final exam period is so different from any time of the year,” said Dr. Mary Roland, the director of Center for Advisement and Student […]