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Women’s History Month Speaker Series

Reflecting, Re-envisioning, Renewing: Women’s Studies After 45 Years

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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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Civil War Press Symposium is November 5-7

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s twenty-third annual Symposium on the 19th Century Press, the Civil War, and Free Expression will be held Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, November 5-7.

Legally Blind Artist, Carmen Papalia, Featured in Marek Series

Carmen Papalia’s “How to Close Your Eyes” is currently on exhibit at the Cress Gallery in the Fine Arts Center, and is free and open to the public. The exhibit will last until December 8, with a lecture presented by the artists on Tuesday, October 27 at 5:30 p.m. in room 101 of Derthick Hall.

“Seinfeld” Composer Speaks on Campus

Jonathan Wolff, a film composer who wrote the scores for “Seinfeld” and many other television shows, spoke on Campus about his work in the television industry and provide some insight into music’s role in contemporary popular culture.

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