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Veterans work to bring civility, bipartisanship to Congress

The freshman class of veterans in Congress pledge to return civility and bipartisanship to U.S. politics.

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Paying it back: Veterans receive college credits for their military service

Melissa Speed poses in front of Founders Hall

Melissa Speed initially joined the Navy after high school because she didn’t really want to go to college. She served active duty out of Virginia for seven years. During that time, she worked in information technology, helping with troubleshooting, satellite communications, and networking. When Speed returned to Chattanooga, it seemed natural to her to enroll at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She wanted a useful degree that could

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Honoring military heroes through songwriting, featured on WUTC

WUTC created a special program featuring segments from Operation Song, a Nashville based nonprofit that empowers veterans, active duty military, and their families to share their stories through songwriting.

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VEP Graduate on What Makes the Program a Success

Mark Kidwell, veteran entrepreneur, launches social media firm to reach younger generations through technology.

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UTC recognized by U.S. News and World Report for work with student veterans

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is included for the second year in the top 25 Best Colleges for Veterans among Regional Universities in the South, according to U.S. News and World Report. UTC’s participation “in federal initiatives helping veterans and active-duty service members apply for, pay for and complete their degrees” earned the University a spot at number 22 for 2015. With its mission to “assist active duty

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