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Chancellor Bill Stacy of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is leaving to become headmaster at Baylor School, a private boarding school. (WATE.com, 6/28/04)

Tennessees private colleges are using a new pitch on potential students–that they are more affordable, thanks to HOPE lottery scholarships and tuition increases at state schools. (Associated Press, 6/21/04)
Chancellor Bill Stacy of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is leaving to become headmaster at Baylor School, a private boarding school. (WATE.com, 6/28/04)

Tennessee's private colleges are using a new pitch on potential students—that they are more affordable, thanks to HOPE lottery scholarships and tuition increases at state schools. (Associated Press, 6/21/04)

The University of Tennessee College of Business Administration is selling videotapes of billionaire investor Warren Buffett's 2003 symposium. The session was closed, but the video is being marketed through the campus bookstore. (Associated Press, 6/21/04)

A University of Tennessee student group is lobbying school trustees to consider a “Green Energy” fee after administrators refused to put the measure before the board. Students Promoting Environmental Action in Knoxville (SPEAK) sent each trustee info detailing a referendum in which students approved an $8-per-semester fee to buy green power and implement energy efficient projects on campus. (Associated Press, 6/18/04)

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Hopkinsville Community College $279,496 for the college's Upward Bound program. (HCC Web site, 6/16/04)