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Remembrance Walk honors those who died on 9/11

Remembrance Walk takes place on Wednesday, Sept. 11.

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The Politics of Immigration Law

On Tuesday, April 2, attorney Carlos Calderin will take a nonpartisan approach to analyzing U.S. laws and policy that relate to immigration. Calderin is a local attorney whose practice focuses on American immigration and nationality law.

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Performance highlights life and influence of labor icon Joe Hill

Image of Joe Hill with text, "Joe Hill Roadshow: A nationwide tour honoring the life, music and legacy of Joe Hill on the Centenary of his execution

‘Joe Hill Show’ focuses on the life of early 20th century songwriter and labor activist

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Lavender Graduation

Taking place on Wednesday, April 3, Lavender Graduation is an annual ceremony conducted on numerous campuses to honor lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and ally students and to acknowledge their achievements and contributions to the University.

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Student exhibition examines Chattanooga’s role in the civil rights movement

The student-created exhibition, “We Demand an End to Racism!” The Civil Rights Movement in Chattanooga, is made up of five large panels divided into subjects related to the Civil Rights Era in the city.

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