For her senior thesis, Maddi Thompson took on a tough subject: Guys expressing their feelings.
Students are counted at their “usual residence” or where they live and sleep “most of the time.” This means that college students are counted at their college address, either on or off campus.
Challenges and unexpected situations occur for most college freshmen, but Andrea Fuchs faced something uniquely difficult. As a high school graduate from suburban St. Louis, Fuchs was excited to be leaving her hometown and on her way to study journalism at the University of Missouri. But the month before moving into her residence hall, she…
Student Support Services Director, Shirl Gholston is retiring after 26 years of service at UTC.
Natalie Church, a sophomore in the Honors College who’s majoring in art from Cleveland, Tenn., created a sleeping mat made from recycled grocery bags. It was meant to be a sculpture, but she thought it could be used for something more.
Kishan Patel is a 20-year-old computer science sophomore from Ahmedabad, India, with a strong business sense and corporate ambitions.
UTC Office of Multicultural Affairs hosted a networking luncheon for Hispanic students, staff and community members.
UTC alumnus Mackenzie Blackstock has been accepted into the Peace Corps in the African country of Eswatini.
Carmen Jimenez, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga assistant professor of Spanish, has received La Paz’s Latino of the Year award.
Plaques documenting the history of Engel Stadium and baseball in Chattanooga were unveiled on Tuesday, Sept. 9, at UTC’s Intramural Sports Complex next to the historic stadium.