Blog Archives

9/11 victims and first responders are honored during ‘11 Hours of Remembrance’

On Tuesday, Sept. 11, students, faculty and staff from UTC carried flags around Chamberlain Field to honor those who died or were injured on 9/11 as well as the heroic actions of first responders. The event ran from 6 a.m. until 5 p.m. Participants could carry American flags or those representing one of the U.S. Armed Services.  

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Eighth Annual Dr. Richard Gruetzemacher Constitution Day Lecture focuses on George Washington

The lecture explores Washington’s accomplishments, how he defeated the British Empire, presided over the Constitutional Convention, led an infant nation and what we can learn from him today.

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Campus is a hive of activity during Founder’s Week

The calendar is full for Founder’s Week, which starts on Monday.

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Beautification project for Vine and Oak streets is underway

A project that started Sept. 3 will beautify Vine Street between Heritage Plaza and Douglas Street. Once the Vine Street project is completed, a similar redesign of Oak Street will begin. The two streets will become exclusively pedestrian except for emergency vehicles and special event support. As planned, work on the streets is scheduled to take about 270 days and will remove the old asphalt on both streets and

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Going Above and Beyond: Blue Ribbon Award winners honored

Blue Ribbon Award winners for the first six months of 2018 were celebrated at a special luncheon.

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