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Students document the lives of African-American women in Chattanooga with Mayor Council’s initiative to tell herstories

A collaboration of UTC’s Special Collections and Department of History, with the City of Chattanooga Mayor’s Council on Women, Southern Adventist University and Covenant College, captures the testimonies of local women to diversify the historical narrative of Chattanooga and add their unique perspectives.

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Teaching and Learning Garden puts down roots in the community

The UTC Teaching & Learning Garden began this past spring, taking students out to learn about raising food in an urban environment.

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Professor’s book chosen for FMU lecture series

Dr. Sarah Einstein’s award-winning creative nonfiction book, Mot: A Memoir, published last year, was recently chosen for Francis Marion University’s (FMU) spring 2017 Hunter Lecture and Common Colloquium Series.

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Theatre Co. presents Hay Fever, the ultimate family holiday gone wrong

Join the UTC Theatre Company as they present Hay Fever in the Dorothy Hackett Ward Theatre, UTC Fine Arts Center. The show will run November 15-19 at 7:30 P.M. with an additional 2 P.M. matinee Saturday, on November 19.

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Award-winning author and alumna, Cherie Priest, to visit Campus

You are cordially invited to a book signing with University of Tennessee at Chattanooga alumna Cherie Priest, author of twenty books and novellas, including the recent haunted house thriller The Family Plot, acclaimed gothic horror novel Maplecroft from Roc, and the award-winning Clockwork Century series from Tor.

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