“Without Fear or Favor”: the Adolph S. Ochs Story

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  Written by: Devin Burrow, senior editor   Adolph S. Ochs died after 57 years of dedicating himself  to objectivity as a leader in the world of journalism. Several newspapers such as The New York Times and Chattanooga Times Free Press, which he owned detailed his life. As an entrepreneur of impartiality, Ochs stands out Read More

Chattanooga Times Free Press celebrates 150 years

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The Chattanooga Times Free Press is celebrating 150 years of “giving the news impartially, without fear or favor” this year, the motto of founder Adolph Ochs.   Mark Kennedy, a columnist for the last 39 years at the Times Free Press, told a group of Bryan College digital media and journalism students about the history Read More

FIRST DATE: Problems and Solutions

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Written by: Rylee Evans, staff writer   Do you send another text? Do you pay the check? Do you ask them first? These are just some of the questions you ask yourself when you like someone. Let’s examine some dating fails and successes.   There are so many grey areas and questions which make dating Read More

Burning Love: Paris Apartment Building Blazes

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Written by: Devin Burrow, senior editor Paris, France– Paris faces tragedy when a woman in her 40s set fire to a apartment building leading to the deaths of 10, including an infant in the early morning hours of Tuesday, Feb. 5. A neighbor, also a firefighter, knocked on the door of a 40-year-old woman for Read More