Married student couples show commitment, strength

By Michelle Hanks, Chattanooga, Tenn. — Being a college student is common; being married is also common; but being a young, married college student is rare. Married college couples at UTC, where the husband and wife are both students, are scarce because the task seems daunting, especially now in America where the trend is to get married after finishing […]

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  • Philosophy, history major dreams of being professor

    Ashley Garcia, Chattanooga, Tenn. – Robert Austin Kippes is a senior from Mt. Juliet Tenn., studying philosophy. He actively participates in activities on and off campus, and plans to “re-vamp” the Philosophy club as president next semester. At first Kippes wanted to study history because his father majored in geography. Before coming to UTC Kippes earned […]

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  • Philosophy Club revitalizes

    By Carson Cook, Chattanooga, Tenn.– Over the last three years, the Philosophy Club has grown to give more students the opportunity to learn and talk about philosophy in an informal environment. The philosophy club was originally founded at least 40 years ago; however, by 2012 the club had fallen out of fashion. “It had become sort […]

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    University unicycle guy will ride again

    By Heather Newlin, Chattanooga, Tenn. — If you’ve noticed the unusual uniformity of the UTC bike racks in the past couple of weeks, that’s because possibly the only unicycle on campus has recently been stolen. The beloved university unicycle, a Nimbus Oracle 36”, owned by Geoffrey Robinson, a sophomore at UTC from Clarksville, was stolen on […]

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