Benefit production of The Vagina Monologues February 19-21


The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga will present a benefit production of The Vagina Monologues. Performances will be held Thursday, February 19, and Friday, February 20. Both performances will begin at 7 p.m. A matinee will be performed on Saturday, February 21, 2 p.m. All performances will be held in the UTC University Center Auditorium.

Mocs basketball teams win; Wrestling secures conference title


Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams secured wins over the weekend as they closed their regular seasons. The UTC women’s basketball team remained perfect in SoCon play with a win over ETSU in the season finale for both teams.  UTC takes on No. 8 seed UNCG at noon on Thursday, March 5, in the opening game of the Southern Conference Tournament. The men’s basketball team beat UNCG 61-58

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Dr. Richard Brown named to THEC Formula Review Committee

Richard Brown

When a new committee reviews the State of Tennessee’s existing outcomes-based funding formula for Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) consideration, UTC will have a seat at the table. Dr. Richard Brown, Executive Vice Chancellor for Finance, Operations, and Information Technology at UTC, was appointed to the committee by Dr. Russ Deaton, Interim Director of THEC. The formula was originally developed in response to the Complete College Tennessee Act of

Therapy dogs provide stress relief and companionship with campus visits


Take a walk in UTC’s new library and you’ll find shelves and shelves of books, dozens of computer terminals, cozy seating areas, and if you’re lucky, a furry friend waiting patiently for some hugs and pets. Thanks to the work of the University’s librarians and the help from a non-profit group, therapeutic visitation dogs are now a regular staple at the library. Therapeutic visitation dogs (or therapy dogs, as

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Krystal presents UTC College of Business with artifact collection

Krystal Dedication

Krystal is a fast food icon founded in Chattanooga during the Great Depression that now spans the Southeast. On January 28, the Krystal Company presented the College of Business with a collection of artifacts from Krystal’s history to inform and inspire UTC students. Krystal also endowed two scholarships for UTC business students.