Red-haired family bleeds blue and gold

UTC graduate Molly Cooper figures her first daughter was about three weeks old when she attended her first UTC basketball game. “She’s been all in from the beginning,” Molly says. Actually, it has been “all in” for all three of the Cooper daughters — 9-year-old Clarke, 7-year-old Austin, 2-year-old Sidney. Toting the babies in car seat carriers, the Coopers would stroll into the mayhem of games at McKenzie Arena.

New app lets you listen to the radio without a radio

Listening to your favorite radio station no longer requires radio if your favorite station is WUTC-FM, Chattanooga’s National Public Radio affiliate. That’s because WUTC, a community service of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, is now accessible on a new, free smartphone app. Download the WUTC app from the App Store for iPhone or from Google Play for Android phones. On your smartphone screen, the app’s display mirrors the WUTC

Black History Month brings free screening of ‘The 14th Amendment: All a-Cryin’ ‘

If You Go What: The 14th Amendment: All a-Cryin’ When: 4-5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 14 Where: Multicultural Center in the UTC University Center. Admission: Free and open to the public. Information: Nicole Brown at 423-425-4400 or   The 14th Amendment: All a-Cryin’, a short video based on an original music composition by UTC professor Jonathan McNair and members of the Marian Anderson String Quartet, is a featured Black History Month presentation

McCallie students come to UTC to learn to sew

A group of students from the all-male McCallie School came to UTC for a sewing lesson.

Student exhibition examines Chattanooga’s role in the civil rights movement

To learn more Some of the students who curated “We Demand an End to Racism!”: The Civil Rights Movement in Chattanooga also wrote blogposts on their research. They are on the UTC Library website at: When she first saw the photo of the nine little children all decked out in the white robes and pointed hats of the Ku Klux Klan, Cheyenne Pearson says she “almost fell out