The Chattanooga One Small Step Listening Party will feature local participants, audio from the conversations themselves and reflections on the project and process.
Haley Solomon, the faculty adviser of the Perch, with the help of her dedicated students, such as Perch Station Manager Fay Aregai, have rebranded and rebuilt the UTC student radio station after COVID-19 pressed the pause button for this student organization in March 2020.
Prospective students recently visited UTC for “A Day in the Life” of the College of Engineering and Computer Science and a workshop for aspiring journalists-to-be.
Dr. Jack Zibluk brought Big Red, a 20-pound turkey, to his Mass Media History class.
From the pages of University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Magazine: Serretta Malaikham’s grandparents fled Laos during the Vietnam War and ended up in Nashville, where they raised her. She told her family’s story to UTC Magazine and for the first time ever in her Rising Rock piece, “Journey to Freedom.”
Open house to bring together advocates for aging adults with religious leaders seeking to assist those adults
The come-and-go open house will feature presentations, information booths from support organizations and light refreshments. It takes place 2-6 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, Aug. 16, at the Camp House, 806 E. 12th St. Brief formal presentations will be held at 3:30 and 5:30 p.m.
Russell Linnemann was known as “The Blues Doctor.”
“Time Off” focuses on a man who recently left his job due to COVID-19.
Chris Dortch started his journalism career in 1978.
From Comm to Farm: Grad had no plans to be a farmer, but plans change.