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Celebrate diversity at Foreign Language Week

Join the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures for a nature and language hike, evening of poetry and flash fiction, movie night, and more exciting opportunities to learn about other languages and cultures.

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How ARRO arose: the tale of a graphic novel’s creation

The year is 2032, and much of the southeastern United States can best be described as a post-apocalyptic wilderness. According to the story’s overview, most of North America had been wiped away in 2029 by a gene-altering disease in the drinking water. A team of researchers working for a large global initiative called the American Research and Recovery Organization – better known as ARRO – travels across the southeastern

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Decoda Cello presents community engagement through music

The Decoda Cello Quartet, highly accomplished musicians who perform and participate in community enrichment and educational projects, presented a workshop on community engagement through music and arts on Friday, January 20 in Cadek Recital Hall.

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Examining internship ins and outs

UTC students discuss their internship experiences. Internships give students an edge in the job market, and teach a wide range of skills that can’t be learned through coursework alone, demonstrating to employers that potential hires have the drive to apply themselves in a non-academic environment.

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Women’s Studies implements activist-enhanced classrooms

Women’s Studies recently received a grant to implement an Activist-Enhanced Classroom offering sexual assault hotline training for students enrolled in the three sections of Introduction to Women’s Studies.

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