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Cultures from around the world showcased at campus event

Students from 27 different countries were represented at a successful International Festival held recently on campus.  Approximately 600 UTC students attended and participated. “This event gave students a platform to showcase their cultures,” said Rosite George, Assistant Dean of Students, Office of Multicultural Affairs.  “Students who leave home and leave their countries behind had the chance to highlight their culture on campus.  Our international students interacted with locals students—many

Cress features Greg Smith’s “Breakdown Lane Orrery”

Cress Gallery of Art at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga presents Greg Smith’s “Breakdown Lane Orrery” through December 9.  Smith is the fall semester 2014 Diane Marek Series Visiting Artist. This exhibition and all Diane Marek Series events are open to the public. Admission is free. An orrery is a mechanical model of a planetary system typically centered by a sun. “Breakdown Lane” is Smith’s version of this

Symposium on the 19th Century Press, the Civil War, and Free Expression

UTC’s twenty-second annual Symposium on 19th Century Press, the Civil War, and Free Expression will be held Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, November 6-8.  The purpose of the conference is to share current research and to develop a series of monographs on the 19th century press, the Civil War and the press, and 19th century concepts of free expression. Papers from the first five conferences were published by Transaction Publishers

University community supports Bloodanooga

Biannual campus blood donation drive supports Blood Assurance, a non-profit blood center serving 47 counties in Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina and Virginia.

Bonfire lights up school spirit on November 5

Popular campus tradition has hosted hundreds of Mocs supporters in recent years. Join the band, cheerleaders, athletes and coaches in this fun campus rally at Chamberlain Pavilion.

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