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For Anderson, stuttering is a way of life, not a barrier

Mallory Anderson essay: https://bit.ly/37TEMM1 National Stuttering Association: https://westutter.org/ Mallory Anderson was standing in line at a coffee shop, placing her order. Or trying to. Public tasks like ordering food make her nervous, causing her stutter to kick in more often. It did so at the coffee shop. As she struggled to get the words out, a guy in line behind had a suggestion: “If you can’t order, then move.” Insert disgust

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Deardorff cited as political science expert by ‘U.S. News & World Report’

Professor Michelle Deardorff chosen as a national expert on political science.

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UTC Theatre Company presents Outlook/Overlook: Student and faculty devised theater experience

More than just a show, Outlook/Overlook is an immersive, multi-location experience running Feb. 4-9.

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Local middle school students ‘Gear Up’ for college chemistry

From experimenting with elephant toothpaste to measuring the width of a single piece of hair, 24 Orchard Knob Middle School seventh-graders got a taste for science and a glimpse of college during their recent visit to UTC.

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Researching the hows and whys of brain changes through life

For further information about Jill Shelton’s CALM Lab, visit www.sheltoncalmlab.com. Consider this scenario: Your spouse asked you to pick up an item at the grocery store on your way home from work, and the supermarket was indeed on your route home. Once you noticed the store’s sign, your brain reminds you of the task at hand. “Oh yeah, I have to remember to pick up that spice at the

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