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Students are ready to see friends and start classes

Operation Move In General Information: Operation Move In Testing Information: John Pavelchik spent the holiday break pretty much doing nothing, so getting back to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga was a relief. “I was honestly itching to get back. I spent a lot of winter just sitting on my hands, so I was real excited to get back here,” he said as he loaded stuff from

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Spring semester classes begin Jan. 19, some with temporary format changes

While all spring semester courses at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga begin as scheduled on Tuesday, Jan. 19, a temporary change in delivery format will affect some face-to-face courses. That temporary change is in effect Jan. 19-Jan. 31 only, when most courses originally planned as face-to-face will meet online before meeting in person beginning Feb. 1. During the period of Jan. 19-Jan. 31, the only courses that begin

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Map stakes out regional areas needing the most environmental protection

Award-winning environmental map shows most endangered areas in the Southeast Tennessee region.

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A year’s worth of photos at UTC

Throwback Thursday: Looking at today by gazing at yesterday

To read Mary Sophia Campbell’s full write-up,  find it on page 31 of the 1919 Moccasin Yearbook. Over 100 years ago, the University of Chattanooga class of 1919 had only 15 graduates. Their class numbers were a fraction of what they had been their freshman year, because many classmates—men and women—paused their studies to fight or contribute in some way to the “Great War”–better known today as World War

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