Congratulations, it’s Friday! And we have made it through our first week of school.
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In campus news, The last day to register for day or evening classes, to add a subject, or to change a section is Friday, January 13. Additional classes can be added only with an instructor’s approval until Tuesday, January 17. UTC Graduate Student Orientation will be held Saturday, January 14, 9 a.m.-noon in the Lookout Mountain Room, UTC University Center. This event provides an opportunity to learn about the processes of the Graduate School and to learn more about the culture of graduate education. All new UTC graduate students are encouraged to attend. Records and Registration Office at (423) 425-4416 for more information.
UTC students are invited to submit designs for a student monument to be located in the new green space opposite the University Center, between the UC and the old football field. The UTC Student Government Association is sponsoring the Student Monument Design Contest. The winner of the Student Monument Design Contest will receive a $500 cash prize, a plaque, and recognition on the monument itself. Fabrication costs, weather resistance, and appropriateness will all be factors in determining a winning design. The student body will judge and decide the winning design. All submissions are due no later than Friday, January 20th. And now for a look at the national headlines, here’s --------------
We have breaking national news, In Seminole, Florida this morning a middle school student shot and killed one student and then himself. Investigators are still looking into the cause of this tragic shooting.
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Thanks, POLICE SAY A SUSPECT IN THE BEATING DEATH OF NEW YORK TIMES REPORTER DAVID ROSENBAUM HAS TURNED HIMSELF AND CONFESSED.
23-YEAR OLD MICHAEL HAMLIN OF WASHINGTON TURNED HIMSELF IN TO POLICE THURSDAY NIGHT AFTER T-V STATIONS BROADCAST SURVEILLANCE IMAGES SHOWING HIS FACE.
POLICE SAID HE WANTED TO KNOW WHY HIS FACE WAS ON T-V, AND LATER CONFESSED TO THE CRIME.
INVESTIGATORS HAD RELEASED VIDEO SHOWING A MAN WHO MAY HAVE USED A CREDIT CARD STOLEN FROM ROSENBAUM.
POLICE SAID THE CARD HAD BEEN USED SEVEN TIMES SINCE HIS DEATH TO BUY 13-HUNDRED DOLLARS WORTH OF GOODS.
63-YEAR OLD ROSENBAUM DIED SUNDAY NIGHT, TWO DAYS AFTER HE WAS FOUND ON A SIDEWALK NEAR HIS HOME.
And PRESIDENT BUSH IS SURVEYING RECONSTRUCTION EFFORTS ALONG HURRICANE RAVAGED PARTS OF THE GULF COAST. THE WHITE HOUSE SAYS THE PRESIDENT WANTED TO SEE PROGRESS FIRSTHAND, AND TO PERSONALLY RESTATE HIS COMMITMENT TO REBUILDING. THIS IS THE PRESIDENT'S FIRST VISIT TO THE REGION IN THREE MONTHS.
A CONNECTICUT BANK IS NOTIFYING 90-THOUSAND CUSTOMERS IT HAS LOST RECORDS CONTAINING THEIR CONFIDENTIAL PERSONAL INFORMATION.
PEOPLE'S BANK SAYS THE INFORMATION WAS ON A TAPE THAT WENT MISSING DURING A U-P-S SHIPMENT.
THE TAPE CONTAINS NAMES, ADDRESSES, SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS AND BANK ACOUNT NUMBERS.
And that has been a look into the national headlines…back to you guys!
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The Southern Conference named Chattanooga guard/forward Katasha Brown as the Baden SoCon Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for games played between January 3-9.
---TAKE OTS---The wrestling team claimed three out of four matches Saturday at the Ninth Annual Lone Star Duals, defeating No. 18 Wisconsin, Army and Harvard.
---TAKE OTS--- Chattanooga women's basketball player Alex Anderson and wrestler Matt Keller were named the Southern Conference Athletes of the Month for December for their respective sports the league office announced Thursday, Jan. 5.
And now for a look at the weather for the rest of the week.
Friday Scattered thunderstorms with highs in the mid 60s and lows in the low 40s. On Saturday showers are possible with highs in the mid 40s and lows in the low 30s. And on Sunday expect a few showers with highs in the mid 40s and lows in the mid 30s.
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