Critics Corner: UTC Dining

Sarah Cooksey, Chattanooga, Tenn. — Though there is so much to love about UTC, sometimes the tweet “#GoMocs” does not fully exemplify the adoration I have for this school. Today we will discourse my ever favorite subject of UTC Dining. Food. I love it, you love it. We need it to survive. It is a […]

Evereman project spreads pieces of art all over the city

Sarah Cooksey, Chattanooga, Tenn. — On April at 18 at 6 p.m. Jay Wiggins will host a presentation about his Everman project at the Farmer’s Daughter Café. On April 19, the presentation will be put to work. From noon to 4 p.m., the Artifact Art Gallery will host a production party to create art for […]

“Mocs Card lady” brightens campus

Connor Stephens, Chattanooga, Tenn. — Meet Ms. Matcliff- again. Whether you recognize her name or not, all UTC students have met the “Mocs card” lady. Kathleen Matcliff works in the Mocs I. D. Office on the first floor of the University Center. Because a Mocs card is a necessity, everyone meets her. Matcliff is one […]

Chattanooga welcomes springtime

Julia Martin, Chattanooga, Tenn. — It is official, spring has sprung! The birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, the temperatures are rising and students are itching to get outside. With Chattanooga being named best outdoor city in 2012 by Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine, there is more than enough to do to get out in […]

Perspective from Abroad

Abigail Wetmore, Chattanooga, Tenn. — This week has felt more like one long hour. In other words, I feel as though I blinked and it is again Sunday, already. I fully expected this Sunday to be uneventful and quiet, but the day decided to trump my expectations. I was in my room with the windows open, listening […]

Nickel Creek reunites and returns to the Scenic City

Joakim Roth, Chattanooga, Tenn. — Grammy winning acoustic bluegrass super trio, Nickel Creek has reunited and decided to hit the road again. The kings and queen of poppy acoustic string tunes have announced a new tour and brand new album, putting an indefinite hiatus since 2007 to rest. This marks the 7 year return of […]

Chattanooga celebrates jazz appreciation month


Sarah Cooksey, Chattanooga, Tenn. — The month of April is Jazz Appreciation Month and Chattanooga is celebrating all month long. The month-long “Jazzanooga” Music festival kicked off March 28 and will continue until April 27. The festival will not be on a repeat of the same music every night at the same place. Altogether, there are […]

Roland Hayes concert hall hosts two student choirs

Contributed photo by Emaleigh Grantz

Chamber Singers stand for a picture on campus. The group is made of students who have auditioned for a 
variety of different voice parts.

Amber Wilson, Chattanooga, Tenn. — UTC welcomes all music lovers to Roland Hayes concert Hall at 7:30 p.m. on April 7. Guests will have the chance to experience the musical stylings of composers from across the world. The two headlining choirs are the Chattanooga Singers and the Chamber Singers. Both choirs are under the direction […]

Main Street Farmer’s Market begins spring season

Contributed photo by Laura Snell

Velo Coffee Roasters is a Chattanooga-owned and operated company that participates in the Farmers’ Market.

Eve Hermann, Chattanooga, Tenn. — The Main Street Farmer’s Market will begin its spring season April 16 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. There are an average of 27 vendors per week at the Main Street Farmer’s Market during the spring and summer months. Customers can expect to find fruits, vegetables, meats, grains and even iced coffee […]

Easter springs into Chattanooga in a various ways


Julia Martin, Chattanooga, Tenn. — The Easter Holiday is right around the corner and many students are excited for the three-day weekend that the “Spring Holiday” entails. Easter is a Christian holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ on the third day after his crucifixion as described in the New Testament of the Bible. Many […]