Future Ready Students Participate In 2nd Annual Induction Ceremony

Monday, January 13, 2020
Students enrolled in the Erlanger Institute of Healthcare and Innovation will participate in an Induction Ceremony at The Howard School on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. 
 
“The ceremony will recognize students for their hard work and dedication to the program over the first semester and solidify the students’ commitment to the healthcare industry,” said Zena Hanner-Buckley program coordinator for The Howard School.
 
During the ceremony, students will receive Future Ready Institute scrubs, and four students will receive the Rising Star Award. 
 
Participants will also have an opportunity to share their learning experiences with their family and community members by showcasing different aspects of the program.  Their presentations will include different aspects of their learning and their first integrated, problem-based learning project.

CSCC President Dr. Bill Seymour Speaks At Sunrise Rotary Club

GNTC Foundation Receives $10,000 Donation

Senior Honors Concert To Take Place Jan. 30


Cleveland State Community College President Dr. Bill Seymour spoke to the Sunrise Rotary Club Thursday. Dr. Seymour addressed everything from enrollment spikes at CSCC for four straight semesters ... (click for more)

The Georgia Northwestern Technical College Foundation was presented with a donation of $10,000 from The Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. to be used to assist outstanding students with their tuition, ... (click for more)

Lee University’s Senior Honors Concert will take place Thursday, Jan. 30, at 7:30 p.m. in the Squires Recital Hall, in Lee’s Humanities Center. “The Senior Honors Concert is an annual event ... (click for more)


Student Scene

CSCC President Dr. Bill Seymour Speaks At Sunrise Rotary Club

Cleveland State Community College President Dr. Bill Seymour spoke to the Sunrise Rotary Club Thursday. Dr. Seymour addressed everything from enrollment spikes at CSCC for four straight semesters to the birth of the college’s brand new Honors College. Cleveland State’s full-time enrollment growth this semester is number one within the State of Tennessee’s Board of Regents ... (click for more)

GNTC Foundation Receives $10,000 Donation

The Georgia Northwestern Technical College Foundation was presented with a donation of $10,000 from The Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. to be used to assist outstanding students with their tuition, books and supplies, fees and other needs. “We deeply appreciate this support from the Georgia Power Foundation,” Lauretta Hannon, director of Institutional Advancement for GNTC said. ... (click for more)

Breaking News

No One Injured In Fire At Union Hall

Chattanooga firefighters battled a fire on Fairview Avenue on Saturday night. It happened at 8:43 p.m. at the United Steelworkers Local 15120 building at 1109 Fairview Ave. The union hall is on the bottom floor and several apartments are located upstairs. When crews arrived, all of the occupants were out of the building and there was smoke coming from the roof. Firefighters ... (click for more)

Home In Harrison Bay Area Destroyed By Fire Saturday Afternoon

Fire destroyed a family’s home in the Harrison Bay area on Saturday afternoon. At 12:45 p.m., a 911 call was made reporting a fire on the deck and spreading fast throughout the house. All residents were able to evacuate the home safely. The Highway 58 Volunteer Fire Department responded to 9112 Villagewood Drive and arrived on the scene reporting heavy smoke and fire on a ... (click for more)

Opinion

Rep. Hakeem: General Assembly Legislative Update

Remembering the Powerful Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. On Monday, we honored and celebrated the incredible legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. While this week would mark 52 years since his passing, his message of unity rings just as bright as when he first stood up to the societal injustices against African Americans. Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was more than a civil ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Vouchers Are Coming

Last Wednesday a friend walked into a fast-food restaurant on South Broad Street. He placed his order with the young woman working the register and soon it was delivered on the counter. “That will be $11.60,” said the girl and my friend, realizing he had left his credit card in the car, pulled a $20 bill from his pocket instead of swiping the card. “I am sorry,” said the girl, “but ... (click for more)