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UTC students pack goodie bags, take them to schools

  This spring, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s five TRIO programs are working together to support local schools in the community. TRIO programs are federal outreach and systems designed to identify and provide services for students from disadvantaged backgrounds. The programs are targeted to serve and assist low-income and first-generation college students and those with disabilities to progress through the academic pipeline. The five programs cover the gamut,

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UTC students and faculty help with COVID-19 vaccinations

Shots were given to senior residents of 18-story Dogwood Manor near Riverfront Parkway.

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More than $450,000 available for students in the College of Arts & Sciences

Funds will focus on African American history, folk music and chemistry.

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Class philosophy: ‘Take risks and not just live by the rules’

  Delali Gadzekpo’s assignment was to illustrate her family’s history, tracing it back to its roots Ghana, Africa. She couldn’t use words to describe it, though. She had to use rocks. Random rocks. The kind you find outside. Her last name means “iron sharpens wood,” she explained, so she took that and applied it to her grandfather in Africa, who always has been an icon in her family. Her

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Geology, Early Childhood Ed, Fine Arts earn high rankings

Two programs at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga have been ranked as the state’s best by a college-focused website. Another has been ranked No. 2 in the state. Geology and Early Childhood Education at UTC are No. 1 in Tennessee, according to Plexuss.com, which offers counseling, tutoring and research for current and future college students. Fine Arts is No. 2, the website says. The rankings—part of the 2021

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