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Guest Artist’s Haunting Portrait of America’s Death Row

As part of the Diane Marek Visiting Artist series, the Cress Gallery will exhibit award winning artist Amy Elkins’ art February 9 – March 24. The visiting artist began her project featuring death row inmates after stumbling on calls for penpals online.

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Check Out Spring Career Day

It’s never too early to start thinking about employment, and the UTC Career & Student Employment Center is offering a number of events to help you on your way. Over 100 employers will be looking to hire students from all majors at Spring Career Day, on Wednesday, February 3, from 10 am – 2 pm in Maclellan Gym.

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Sheyann Webb to share her experiences as the “Smallest Freedom Fighter”

In 1964, 8-year-old Selma, Alabama resident Sheyann Webb saw something that changed her life forever. On her way to school, she saw a crowd of blacks and whites standing together, an unusual site in the South at the time. Instead of going to school, she followed the crowd to the Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church, and as a result attended her very first meeting of the Civil Rights Movement. Dr.

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Campus Activities Board Recognized for Excellence

UTC’s Campus Activities Board (CAB) embodied Mocs spirit at this year’s National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) Conference.

UTC Theatre offers “By the Way, Meet Vera Stark”

Vera Stark, an African-American Vaudeville actor, lives with her friends in Hollywood in the 1930s. Life is a struggle as she takes demeaning bit parts in hopes of creating a name for herself. Vera ends up a legend, whose life is filled with mystery. Biting comedy ensues when she is cast as a slave in an epic antebellum movie. Scenes from the movie become part of the play as

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