Photo by Contributed Photo /Times Free Press. Lee to deliver Bryan's commencement talk Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee will deliver the address at Bryan College's spring commencement ceremony at 9:30 a.m. on May 4. The college plans to honor 131 graduating seniors this spring. "We are delighted that Gov. Lee has chosen to address our graduates at this spring's commencement ceremony," said Bryan College President Stephen Livesay in a statement. "Our graduating students are very fortunate to have the opportunity to hear him speak about his successes in both the private sector and the political arena. His experiences will be invaluable to the Class of 2019 as they prepare for the next chapter in their lives. We are honored to welcome the governor to our campus." The ceremony will take place on the Triangle Lawn at the Dayton Campus. Student art showcased at Chattanooga WorkSpace Ooltewah High School International Baccalaureate students presented their senior art exhibits as part of an … [Read more...] about Class Notes: Gov. Bill Lee to deliver commencement address at Bryan College on May 4, and more education news
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Seventh-grade students and faculty members from Ivy Academy, a Hamilton County charter school, visited the Edney Innovation Center recently to meet with representatives of The Enterprise Center, The Company Lab and TechTown and learn about about career pathways, entrepreneurship, and how technology is shaping Chattanooga. "The Enterprise Center, The Company Lab, and TechTown were inspiring and really showcased how anyone can make a business if they try," said Isobel LaRose, a seventh grade student at Ivy Academy, in a statement. "I really loved learning about all the history and the people behind the Edney Innovation Center and would love to go back." One of the school's teachers, Matt Raper, won a raffle during Chattanooga 2.0's "Thank A Principal" initiative in November, prompting the field trip. "Chattanooga 2.0 provided an incredible opportunity for my students through the Thank a Principal Contest field trip," Raper said in a statement. "Students participated in informative … [Read more...] about Ivy Academy students learn of technology, entrepreneurship at the Edney Center
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Produced by Jaime Stolz and Gayane Gayane Keshishyan Mendez "Not again." Yes again. "Not again." This week in Thousand Oaks, California, a madman's bullets left at least a dozen dead. In America this has become a devastating ritual. Two weeks ago it was Pittsburgh. Before that Parkland, Charleston and Las Vegas. Some victims, linked by faith or the color of their skin. Others, simply in the wrong place at the worst possible time. "48 Hours" correspondent Tracy Smith has the story about one young man targeted by hate. Meet Blaze Bernstein. He was 19 years old. Word spread across Orange County. Blaze Bernstein, brilliant, kind-hearted, Jewish and gay, had come home from college for the holidays and vanished. Jeanne Pepper Bernstein: He wanted to spend time with us. He's not gonna just disappear like that. Tracy Smith: But your thought was? Gideon Bernstein: Well it was just so highly unusual. Jeanne Pepper Bernstein: Where had he been? Who had he gone with? We didn't know. Where is … [Read more...] about Blaze Bernstein murder: Was an Ivy League student slain in the name of hate?
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