Last month, the World Bank published the 2019 edition of their Women, Business, and the Law report (WBL). This report is an annual assessment of the legal treatment of women under law as it relates to business opportunities in 187 economies.Read More
The record amount of rain late 2018 and continuing into 2019 has led to complications on Lookout Mountain and down in Chattanooga. According to the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), 2018 was the13th wettest year for the city recorded with 67.01 inches of rain. Though too soon to tell, it does appear that 2019 could continue that record, with 18 inches of rain already reported by Weather Underground.Read More
On February 21, 2019, the Colorado state legislature passed a partisan bill that would allow Colorado to join a pact of eleven other states (including the District of Columbia) that plans to rewrite electoral law in order to protect their national electoral votes.Read More
Shawn Rockwell pushes his brown hair beneath his dark grey chef cap and turns his eyes towards the line of students before him who are avidly avoiding eye contact. The students of Covenant College seem indifferent to the beads of sweat that come with the post of standing over a set of burners for hours on end. But Rockwell is set on breaking through the barrier of the sneeze guard that stands between cook and consumer.Read More
The past several months have been a season of transition for the Office of Admissions. Brad Voyles, the Dean of Students, has exercised responsibility over admissions for the past four months. Voyles explained that he has had two main goals: rebuilding the admissions team and rebuilding processes.