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Blue and Gold Memorial remembers those we lost in 2018 and honors WWI soldiers

The Blue and Gold Memorial ServiceĀ is a tradition on campus which honors and remembers those who passed away in 2018. This year’s memorial service also remembers University of Chattanooga soldiers lost to World War I, a timely nod to last fall’s centennial anniversary of the armistice that ended the war.

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UTC students tell ‘Stories from the Big Nine’ in new podcast series

UTC, WUTC-FM and the City of Chattanooga have partnered for a podcast series that highlights the history of the East Ninth Street, once the hub of the city’s black community.

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Calendar is filled with events over the next several weeks

City of Chattanooga MLK Day of Service Kickoff Date: Monday, Jan. 21 When: 7 a.m. Where: McClellan Gym Sponsors: UTC Office of Multicultural Affairs and City of Chattanooga Office of Multicultural Affairs Description: Service projects throughout Chattanooga with community volunteers to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.   UTC MLK Day 2019 Date: Friday, Jan. 25 When: 10:30 a.m. Where: University Center Auditorium Sponsor: UTC Office

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Father, Student, Landscaper: Heath Luallen has a lot on his plate

Undergraduate degrees in philosophy and religious studies. Full-time as a supervisor on landscaping crew. Single parent of 13-year-old son.

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Award-winning teacher: UTC grad one of 33 to earn national prize

Katie Baker wins he Milken Award and its $25,000 prize.

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