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Wheelchair Tai Chi helping veterans cope with trauma

  Crisis creates opportunity. That’s one of the philosophies espoused by Zibin Guo and a mainstay of the Wheelchair/Adaptive Tai Chi for Veterans program, which he directs. Funded by the Adaptive Sports Program of the United States Veterans Administration, the program integrates deep breathing with the gentle, flowing movements of tai chi chuan, a martial art known for its health benefits and meditation. Practicing it provides a suitable format

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Students present “Fall for the Animals” at Chattanooga Zoo

Anthropology and psychology students at UTC enrolled in a Primate Behavior class launched a new event at the Chattanooga Zoo called “Fall for the Animals.” Students impersonated people and events related to primate and animal exhibits, to the delight of zoo patrons.

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Lecture: “Desegregating College Football in the Jim Crow South, 1945-1975”

The desegregation of college football affected more than just the players on the field. In his lecture, titled  “Desegregating College Football in the Jim Crow South, 1945-1975,” Dr. Zeb Baker, Visiting Professor of History at Georgia Southern University, tells the story of how it affected all of campus life. His lecture takes place on Thursday, March 8 from 10:30 a.m. to noon and 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the

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