- Morning all you Spooks, come by ChattState today and see us at Oktoberfest. It'll be thriller!
- Tax free weekend starts first weekend in August! http://t.co/I4b77IwQHR
- Most Hamilton schools to offer free lunch for all | Mobile TFP http://t.co/DcuZnPjRnq
- See 14 new laws that take effect July 1 http://t.co/f70LxEK5ay
- The list: Tennessee 10th 'dumbest' state in U.S. http://t.co/OD1lscfsgE
It’s Fall Y’all!
With Fall comes along many great things: we have football, beautiful colors, free entertainment (jumping in leaves), hoodies, smores, campfires, etc. Fall is by far loved by many. All the football fans are screaming and cheering as the NFL season kicked off and with the new SEC channel offered, ...
Not All Hikes are in the Woods
There are several places to go hiking in the wilderness around Chattanooga as this series has shown. But this article is going to be more about an urban hike. One of my favorite urban hikes is the pedestrian bridge in downtown Chattanooga. I start off in North Chattanooga at the pedestrian ...
Benefits, Myths of Yoga
By Samantha Young Amidst the chaos of life, and the rare occasion I am able to do something for myself, I always turn to yoga, as it seems to soothe my soul. To weigh on its importance, I was able to speak to a local yoga instructor, Maggie White, on the benefits, myths, and current ...
Civil Rights 50 Years Later
Half a century has passed since President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights act on April 11, 1964. The Civil Rights act, when signed guaranteed equality for everyone inside the United States, regardless of race, religion, or sex. 50 years later, The Communicator dug into some of the ...
Stepping Out of the Shadows
A movement has been started at Chattanooga State, a movement that encourages students to step out of the shadows of their own afflictions and self-doubt. The movement is called Speaking Out! Speaking Out! is the brainchild of Dale Grisso, author of “Trapped In My Own Mind”, a book made ...
Chattanooga Sit-ins 53 Years Later
By Richard Guerrero, Managing Editor It has been 53 years since a group of six African American students from Howard High School changed the course of history in Chattanooga. The six students held a sit-in at a downtown five and dime store lunch counter for four days. These students felt the ...
Like a Boss
Joel Ruiz is a renaissance man who is shaking things up in this city with Evatt & Bloom to his area code project 423PK. The Facebook page for Evatt & Bloom says that it “is a video production company that produces comedy shorts, series, promos, and live comedy shows,” and for 423PK ...
Warren Mackey Says Goodbye
By Richard Guerrero After 39 years of service to Chattanooga State, Warren Mackey is leaving his post as a history professor. Professor Mackey will not be spending his retirement lounging around and enjoying the relaxed life though, he will be keeping rather busy. Professor Mackey was recently ...
Kaku Comes to Speak on Campus
World renowned theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku will be visiting the Chattanooga State campus on January 23, 2014 for and informal question and answer session in the humanities theater and also for a formal presentation titled “Physics of the Future”, in the Health and Fitness Center ...
Grand Slam: The Top Four Sports Stories of September
The NFL’s Tough Two Weeks –Unless you have been living under a rock for the entirety of September, odds are you have heard about all the off the field woes the National Football League has ...Continue Reading