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Lupton Library exhibit: an assassination and the beginning of WWI

On June 28, 1914, the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated in Sarajevo, an action that lit the fuse for the beginning of World War I. To mark this historic event, the Lupton Library has an exhibit on display until July 15th. Visitors are welcome to view it during the library’s regular hours. The exhibit was arranged at the suggestion of Dr. Aaron Shaheen, UC Foundation Associate Professor of English.

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Dr. Jim Henry selected for national engineering award

When Dr. Jim Henry was ten years into his tenure at UTC, he decided to run a remote chemical engineering lab, back when the word “Internet” was hardly a commonly used word.

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Orientations continue throughout summer

UTC is now boarding the Class of 2018 and transfer students for “Flight School!” The University’s orientation programs are designed not only to prepare you for academic success at the University, but will also familiarize you with its many resources as well as the spirit, colors, and tradition that make Chattanooga so unique.

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Governor’s School for Prospective Teachers wraps 23rd year at UTC

“A box of crayons is the sun on a dreary day…”

–from the poem “A Box of Crayons”

While a box of crayons is often the tool young artists use most, a group of Youth University students at UTC learned crayons come from different places and each one’s appearance is unique, much like the people in their classroom.

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UTC graduate “bottles emotions” for innovative art project

Fill in the blank: Love is ______. Did the word “blind” come to mind? What about “patient?” Or “war?” For recent UTC graduate Taylor Kinser, love is glitter. And marshmallows. With a little pink paint, sequins, and soap suds too. Kinser’s conceptual art project, “Bottled Emotions,” explores the idea of creating and packaging an intangible product—our emotions.

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