7 Baylor Sophomores Selected For Exchange Program

Thursday, April 20, 2017
Baylor exchange students for next year
Baylor exchange students for next year

Seven Baylor sophomores were selected to participate in exchange trips with schools in New Zealand, Australia, France, South Africa, Spain, and England. During their junior year they will host students from these same schools. 

Colette McMahon will attend the Saint-Denis Inernational School in Loches, France; Lily Zabel, Colegio San Fernando in Aviles, Spain; Olivia Bettis, the Waikato Diocesan School for Girls in Hamilton, New Zealand; Maddie Reap, Colegio San Fernando in Aviles, Spain; and Kate Padilla, Durban Girls College in Durban, South Africa; Zach Taylor, The Kingham Hill School in Oxforshire, England; Tess Rolleston, Herschel Girls School in Cape Town, South Africa; and Izzy Boyd, St.

Hilda’s on Australia’s Gold Coast.



CHS Open House Is Thursday

Cleveland High School hosts Open House this Thursday from 5-8 p.m. Students and their families are invited to meet the teachers, purchase Raider Passes for athletic events, and more. Contact Whitney Harden, at 423-478-1113 or wharden@clevelandschools.org for more information. (click for more)

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Mark Wharton Named Vice Chancellor And Director Of Athletics At UTC

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Government Paid Almost $181,000 In Social Security Benefits To Sewanee Man After He Died In 1988; Hawkins Charged With Embezzlement

The Social Security Administration paid almost $181,000 in benefits to a Sewanee man after he died in 1988, federal prosecutors said. The government learned in 2014 that the money designated to Walter Acton was going to a man living in his home at 3932 Jump Off Road - Edward Hawkins. Hawkins has agreed to plead guilty to embezzlement in the case. Prosecutor Perry Piper said ... (click for more)

The Soul Of Chattanooga Is In Trouble

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Roy Exum: Writing From Bragg Avenue

Far and away, my favorite comment on destroying statues appeared on my Facebook page the other day and, believe it or not, it was the clear-minded Times Free Press Sports Editor Stephen Hargis who penned, “This statue offends me! It must be torn down!” Underneath his fiery words, the long-suffered UT football fan posted a picture of the bronze monument outside of Bryant-Denny stadium ... (click for more)