Category: UTC

Life as a Single Mother

Every morning, Alexa McDonald makes coffee while she prepares her sons breakfast.
November 21, 2018 (photo by Princess Petrus)

Alexa McDonald is a 24-year-old girl who is known for her striking beauty, big red hair, and elaborate makeup. She is the front desk supervisor at the Chattanooga DoubleTree downtown and has been residing in the Chattanooga area for about two years now. She is a mother to a one-year old son named Silas James Patrick McDonald, born on September 27, 2017.

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Charlye White-One day at a time

 

Brianna (Charlye) White is both a student at UTC and a single mother to her son, Princeton. For the past two years, she has been juggling her course work, her job, and motherhood. She talks about her struggles, and how she manages balancing all of her responsibilities. By taking it day by day, Charlye White will graduate with a BA in Communications this December 2018.

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Alex Ogle: Sights Set High

Written by: Katie Haremski
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Alex Ogle makes a photo during her Echo photo assignment at Main X 24. Saturday, December 1, 2018. Photo by: Katie Haremski

UTC Communications and Psychology junior, Alex Ogle, has her sights set high as she approaches her last year of college. While a projection for early graduation came as a bit of a surprise, she couldn’t be more excited for what the future has in store. For many, college is a time of exploration of one’s self and Ogle is no exception from that. During her time in college she has explored several different paths specifically in the Communications Department.

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Why We Walk

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Christian Watson participates in the UTC ROTC’s 11 Hours of Remembrance around Chamberlain field. The memorial went from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m., making sure that the American flag never stopped circling the field. Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018 (Photo by Allie Schrenker)

Captain Kevin Beavers walked onto Chamberlain field with one goal in mind–to remember the impact of 9/11.

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