Believed to be written around 1603 and first performed in 1604, Measure for Measure’s themes of justice, “mortality and mercy in Vienna,” and the dichotomy between corruption and purity resonate for us today: “some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall.” While mercy and virtue predominate (the play does not end tragically), the play focuses on justice overall, focusing on an out-of-control attempt by the Duke of Vienna to clean up long term, rampant corruption and vice in Vienna by mysteriously vacating his position and leaving oversight of the city to an overly-zealous judge.
With a $1.1 million grant, UTC’s Dr. Jennifer Boyd and researchers from four other universities will try to learn why certain plants do well in particular environments while plants in the same genus—their “cousins,” so to speak—are very rare.
James “Bucky” Wolford ’69, a UTC Distinguished Alumnus Award winner and former chair of the University of Chattanooga Foundation, was remembered Wednesday with a proclamation by the Tennessee General Assembly. Tennessee State Senator Bo Watson ’84 presented the proclamation to members of the Wolford family at the beginning of a meeting of the UC Foundation board. “Bucky loved this University, and I know that he is up there smiling…
Relive these fun homecoming moments. Go Mocs! Check out these photo and video highlights of tailgating, lip sync, Homecoming After Dark, Day of Service and all of this year’s homecoming fun! For our complete photo gallery of homecoming pictures. https://www.flickr.com/photos/utchattanooga/sets/72157685913081702 Here is the 2017 Homecoming Youtube playlist: