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Philosophical concepts and filmmaking blend together

Philosophical concepts are folded into 3- to 5-minute horror films.

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Pandemic doesn’t keep Cole Strange from playing football

Cole Strange likes to keep his options open. His academic journey at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga follows a winding path—the School of Nursing to a psychology major and now embarking on a master’s in engineering management. And don’t forget about another option: a career in the National Football League. Strange, a 6-foot-5, 305-pound offensive lineman on the UTC football team, is receiving a bachelor’s degree in psychology.

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Softball is over, but her career is in place

Someday, Alli Swinford might write a book about her experiences as a University of Tennessee at Chattanooga senior in 2020. A pandemic wiping away face-to-face classes, leading her to an online environment. Injuries taking their toll, forcing her to hang up her softball cleats and give up the sport she loved. The year might not have gone as initially planned, but Swinford, an English major who will be receiving

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Student Support Services can help ease fear and stress

Advice, assistance or just a friendly ear.

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Pat and Melody Ormond earn bachelor degrees from UTC

Pat Ormond thought it was a silly idea to go back to college when she was in her 70s. She had spent most of her adult life working in accounting while raising her kids and her grandkids. She was retired. It was time to take it easy. What good would going back to college do? Why would she want to do it in the first place? But her family

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