AT&T Makes $10,000 Donation To Cleveland State Community College

Thursday, September 23, 2021
Pictured, left to right: Lee McChesney, director of Development at CSCC; Bill Seymour, CSCC president; Mike Bell, TN state senator; Alan Hill, AT&T regional director of External and Legislative Affairs; and John Squires, executive director of Advancement and Planning at CSCC
Pictured, left to right: Lee McChesney, director of Development at CSCC; Bill Seymour, CSCC president; Mike Bell, TN state senator; Alan Hill, AT&T regional director of External and Legislative Affairs; and John Squires, executive director of Advancement and Planning at CSCC

Cleveland State Community College was awarded a $10,000 grant from the AT&T Foundation this week. This grant will provide last dollar scholarships for minority and underserved students across Tennessee.

The scholarships will aid students with cost of attendance items such as books, childcare, transportation and other costs. This donation is part of the AT&T Foundation’s $130,000 gift to the Foundation for the College System of

Tennessee. Cleveland State was among the 13 community colleges in the state that received this funding.


Southern Adventist University Named Business Of The Month

Chattanooga State Announces Fall Festival

TDOE Announces Subcommittee Members Representing Tennessee Schools And Districts Focused On Student-Based Funding Strategy


The Ooltewah/Collegedale Council of the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce recognized Southern Adventist University as its Business of the Month last Wednesday. With a 1,300-acre campus ... (click for more)

Chattanooga State’s Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 30 combines free food, lots of fun, health services, tours, games and learning activities for all ages from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on the main campus, ... (click for more)

The Tennessee Department of Education on Wednesday announced the subcommittee members of the Teacher Advisory Subcommittee, Principal Advisory Subcommittee, School System Personnel Subcommittee, ... (click for more)



Student Scene

Southern Adventist University Named Business Of The Month

The Ooltewah/Collegedale Council of the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce recognized Southern Adventist University as its Business of the Month last Wednesday. With a 1,300-acre campus and more than 2,700 students, Southern has been located in Collegedale since 1916. (click for more)

Chattanooga State Announces Fall Festival

Chattanooga State’s Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 30 combines free food, lots of fun, health services, tours, games and learning activities for all ages from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on the main campus, 4501 Amnicola Hwy. in Chattanooga. While mouth-watering aromas will fill the air offering free eats, kids can enjoy a little pre-Halloween trick or treating right on campus and play ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Police Said Woman Who Struck Motorcyclists Appeared To Be Heavily Intoxicated

Chattanooga Police said a woman who struck four motorcyclists on Bonny Oaks Drive late Saturday night appeared to be extremely intoxicated. Police also said that 59-year-old Angela Daniels Mason (Watson) had to be removed from the scene because of hostility toward her. Police said the motorcyclists were trying to turn into 4278 Bonny Oaks and Jefferson Marley got off his motorcycle ... (click for more)

2 Shot And Killed Saturday Afternoon And Night In Chattanooga

Two men were shot in separate incidents Saturday afternoon and night. Tawon Billups, 21, was shot and killed on North Germantown Road Saturday afternoon. At approximately 4:54 p.m., Chattanooga Police responded to the 700 block of North Germantown Road on a report of a person shot. Upon arrival, officers located a man suffering from a gunshot wound and secured the scene. ... (click for more)

Opinion

Pretending Is Dangerous

I’ve ‘seen some stuff’ in my time. I have followed politics for many years. I’m retired, I’m a realist and a Vietnam veteran, pretty much in that order. I’m not an alarmist or a conspiracy theorist. That said, I have never in my life been so concerned about the future of this Republic. Politics was once a legitimate contest of ideas, put forth by political figures who were sincere, ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: ‘Picciola,’ At Age 185

I came in touch with a man named James Baldwin last week and he’s a man I really like. Oh, I never met him in person … no, he was born in 1841 and died 96 years ago so I have only become a recent admirer through his books. A self-educated man, he became the Superintendent of Schools in Indiana at the age of 24 for 18 years. Then, not so curiously, he worried that children were missing ... (click for more)