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UTC students and faculty help with COVID-19 vaccinations

Shots were given to senior residents of 18-story Dogwood Manor near Riverfront Parkway.

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More than $450,000 available for students in the College of Arts & Sciences

Funds will focus on African American history, folk music and chemistry.

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Class philosophy: ‘Take risks and not just live by the rules’

  Delali Gadzekpo’s assignment was to illustrate her family’s history, tracing it back to its roots Ghana, Africa. She couldn’t use words to describe it, though. She had to use rocks. Random rocks. The kind you find outside. Her last name means “iron sharpens wood,” she explained, so she took that and applied it to her grandfather in Africa, who always has been an icon in her family. Her

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Essays examine the economic, social and political elements of ‘superfoods’

Quinoa was hot. It was 2012, and the plant had hit the list of the “superfoods.” A nutritional powerhouse, the grain was gluten-free, chock-full of protein, rich in manganese and phosphorus and low in calories. Bang! It was famous. Then the troubles hit. Quinoa is a product of Peru, and farmers in the country were producing too much of it, outstripping demand. Soon, quinoa was sitting in silos and

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Better breathing, less heat make new masks more comfortable, singers say

Singers in UTC ensembles receives face masks designed to make singing easier.

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