March is Mentor Month and Battle Academy is starting a new program to match mentors with their students. WUTC Feature News Producer Rabbit Zielke interviewed Battle Academy Principal Saunya Gus, Instructional Facilitator and Technology Coordinator Katie Hetrick, and parent volunteer Andrew Kean about the new program.
Chattanooga’s source for National Public Radio, WUTC-FM 88.1, concluded its fall 2014 Membership Campaign on a high note. After setting and reaching an ambitious goal, the station reported $146,000 in pledges from its supportive audience. “Once again our listeners have come through and once again we have the pledges needed to make sure our programming continues,” said Dr. John McCormack, WUTC’s station manager. “We’d like to thank all of…
Students in Charlie Newton’s art classes make a creative SPLASH with paint inside the old James A. Henry School in Chattanooga. Newton, a professional artist and UTC art alumnus, offers the free Young Artist Community Workshop to students who live in College Courts. Michael Edward Miller takes us to the place where art provides inspiration. Listen to the story or read the story.
Jacobo Salazar Jr. will enjoy a Caribbean cruise, a special “thank-you” for his contribution to a successful spring membership drive for WUTC, the public radio station licensed to The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Salazar’s name was entered into a drawing along with all campaign contributors and interested station visitors.