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Anthropology students get real-world experience at Chickamauga Battlefield

It’s one thing to dig into a Civil War battlefield and find fragments from military campaigns from 150 years ago. It’s another thing entirely to dig into a Civil War battlefield and find something that’s about 10,000 years old. But that’s what Kingsley Kilgore did. A senior in anthropology at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, she found what’s being called a “projectile point” because it’s not clear whether

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Sarah Canatsey brings years of tech experience to College of Business

Learning how to make professional videos or PowerPoint lessons is a learned skill.

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Big plans in place for Cress Gallery’s future

In January, when Rachel Reese took over as director and curator of the George Ayers Cress Gallery of Art, she had ideas fueled by her excitement and energy. Then coronavirus arrived. Her plans for the gallery, located inside the newly renovated Fine Arts Center at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, were put into a five-month holding pattern but the excitement was still flying high. With fall semester in

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Boston’s Hub New Music ensemble working with music students

Compositions will be critiqued and performed by a nationally praised classical music group.

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Students makes real-world financial decisions on UC Foundation stock portfolio

The SMILE Fund is currently recruiting new members. Applications are being taken online through Oct. 15. A Zoom informational session called “Learn About the SMILE Fund” will take place at 4:30 p.m. on Thurs., Sept. 24. Melissa Mueller doesn’t make a big fuss out of being the first female president of the SMILE Fund in the Gary W. Rollins College of Business. “I’ve always been one of the guys,”

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