Chris Dortch started his journalism career in 1978.
Kinnawa Kaitibi and Nicole Brown both remember when they first met during his sophomore year. What started as a rocky first encounter has grown into a years-long mentorship and friendship that has lasted beyond Kaitibi’s college years.
Each year, UTC invites scholars to Chattanooga to share current research and develop a series of monographs on the 19th century press, the Civil War and 19th century concepts of free expression.
The UTC Annual Symposium on the 19th Century Press, the Civil War, and Free Expression is designed to share current research and to develop a series of monographs on the 19th century press, the Civil War and the press, and 19th century concepts of free expression.
Beyond bearing the responsibility of writing an ethical story, journalists must “make our readers care,” said Davan Maharaj, editor of the Los Angeles Times and UTC alumnus.
Brian Bass, UTC Communication Department student and major, won a prestigious Associated Press Broadcaster’s first place award for Best Sports Coverage.
By Iris Mahan, University Relations Intern Legendary radio broadcast announcer Luther Masingill celebrated his 90th Birthday with students and offered “A Conversation with Luther,” an event held during UTC’s Communication Week.
By Kendra Stickford, UTC Communication major The past two years have been a whirlwind of excitement and opportunities for entrepreneur and UTC alumna Lakeisha “Mariah” Patrick Huq (“03), Chief Operating Officer of Jewel and Jem.
The UTC Department of Communication is proud to announce its 4th Annual Short Documentary Film Festival, featuring seven films made by UTC students this semester in COMM 4550 (Documentary Video Production) on Friday, May 6 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Raccoon Mountain Room in the UTC University Center. The event is free and…