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Seventh Annual Constitution Day Lecture on Sept. 21: ‘Humility, Moral Virtue and the Constitution’

Ben Franklin once said, “Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom.” “What did that statement mean for America’s early days, and what does it mean for us today?” asks David Bobb in his lecture.

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Experience women of color in psychology: I Am Psyched! exhibit to visit campus Sept 5-7

The American Psychological Association’s (APA) I Am Psyched! Is a multimedia pop-up exhibit featuring the history and contemporary contributions of women of color in psychology.

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Don’t miss these performances and exhibits this fall

Mark your calendars for these upcoming events. Arsonists, astronomers, folklore from India, music with a little Appalachian twang and Ukrainian folk tunes are just a sampling of what will be featured and explored in upcoming performances and exhibits.

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Hitting the Spot: Professor heading to perfect site to view the eclipse

Physics professor Dr. Bob Marlowe is pretty wired about next week’s total solar eclipse.

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Dinesh D’Souza to speak at UTC on Oct. 9

Controversial writer and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza will give a lecture at UTC on “The Moral Case for Capitalism.”

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