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Podcast gets guys to open up about themselves

For her senior thesis, Maddi Thompson took on a tough subject: Guys expressing their feelings.

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Despite coronavirus, nursing graduates confident as they begin their careers

Despite facing the double-barreled angst of a new career and the coronavirus, UTC nursing graduates remain steadfast that they’ve chosen the right career. And they’re ready to get to it.

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Students win scholarships across the academic disciplines

In spring semester 2020, students at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga earned many impressive national and international scholarships, including such well-known ones as the J. William Fulbright U.S. Scholar, Japanese Exchange and Teaching, Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program and the Knight-Hennessy Scholar. Several were the first UTC students to ever be awarded such prestigious scholarships or were the first in many years; 50 years in one case. Hannah Horton, a

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The dark, the light and the in-between

By Amanda Morgan Fann Change. I have never liked it, but I know I cannot stop the inevitable, only adjust and grow from it. When I first heard the word “coronavirus” in January, I never fathomed that it would outbreak in the United States, much less shape the entire way we live our everyday lives. Colleges closed across the nation; being an undergrad student, that means my senior year

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UTC music grad gaining international recognition

  To learn more about McGrath, go to his website at: By Jordan Hicks First-Year Coordinator for the Department of Performing Arts Ethan McGrath enrolled at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in the fall of 2012 as a music composition major. Having previously taken piano lessons from the late professor Sin-Hsing Tsai, he wanted to join her UTC piano studio and continue studying with her. He found

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