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‘We had a lot of bad, bad days’: Dane Snowden recalls life in war zone

  If Dane Snowden had been sitting at his desk, he’d be dead. Any other day, he’d be handling his daily duties inside the building on the U.S. Army base outside Pul-e-Alam, Afghanistan. Any other day, the mortar round would’ve crashed through the building’s plywood walls and scorched a path right across his desk. “It would have taken my head right off my shoulders,” he says. Luckily, he and

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Economic inequality is the topic in Carrithers Lecture Series

Carrithers Lecture Series welcomes Ganesh Sitaraman, professor of law at Vanderbilt Law School.

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Join MOC Forward on Oct. 15

MOC Forward is a one-day conference in which the UTC community is invited to engage and participate in workshops, presentations and discussions about diversity, equity and inclusion.

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Student Profile: Kishan Patel

Kishan Patel is a 20-year-old computer science sophomore from Ahmedabad, India, with a strong business sense and corporate ambitions.

Wheelchair-friendly salons hard to find; UTC employee wants to fix that

UTC employee trying to bring wheelchair-friendly salons across the city.

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