• National Park Centennial

    By Hayden Seay, Chattanooga, Tenn.- Did you know: Woodrow Wilson, with the help of Congress, established the National Park Service by signing the Organic Act on Aug. 25, 1916. With its creation, the NPS set out to preserve the vast natural beauty, wildlife and history of the United States. Many people don’t know that by […]

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  • Top 5 things from this week

    By John Mitchell, Chattanooga, Tenn.- Mocs Block On Monday, UTC announced some new initiatives that are sure to get more students excited about Mocs football games. The best thing about these initiatives — most of them have nothing to do with football. On game days, the “Mocs Block” will be set up down Chestnut street […]

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  • 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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    A Shot in the Dark: Faculty Allowed to Carry

    Chattanooga, Tenn.– Full-time employees of public universities and colleges are now able to carry handguns on campus in Tennessee. The employees who wish to carry must notify law enforcement and possess a valid conceal carry permit. Handguns are not permitted in stadiums, gymnasiums, or in meetings for discussing disciplinary or tenure issues. Opponents of the […]

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