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Mocs News – Week of November 17, 2017

On this week’s edition of Mocs News, we head to a bonfire with the SGA, travel the world with International Education Week, and we begin to pass on the Thanksgiving spirit. SGA Continues Bonfire Tradition at Chamberlain Field – 1:08 International Week Recap – 2:02 UTC Freshman Senate Holds Second …

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UTC Freshman Senate Holds Second Annual Turkey Pass

On Thursday the 16th, the UTC Freshman Senate held their second annual Turkey Pass event. The Freshman Senate and other volunteers gathered on Vine Street to help load food items such as turkeys, canned goods, and other non-perishable foods. The items were donated to the Chattanooga area food bank, which …

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Women’s Basketball Recap for Week of November 17, 2017

Women’s basketball started their 2017 season season off with tough opponents and some tough losses. The Mocs began their season last Saturday against Green Bay with a 30-60 loss on the road at Wisconsin. They continued their season at home against UCF on Monday. It was an extremely close game, …

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Shooting In California Kills 5, Injures 10

Five deceased and ten injured in a mass shooting in Tehama County in Northern California. The shooter tried to get inside a school but he was stopped through preventative measures by teachers. Police believe the spree started when the shooter killed his wife the night before. The gunman is among …

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SGA Continues Bonfire Tradition at Chamberlain Field

The center near the power ‘C’ at Chamberlain Field hosts many events, but SGA continued its hottest tradition that fires up the campus. School spirit was in the air Wednesday evening as Mocs flocked all over Chamberlain Field as SGA handed out free t-shirts and hot dogs!   The bonfire …

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Silent Sky Review

Lauren Gunderson’s feminist piece “Silent Sky” has been playing at UTC since Wednesday, and has been received positively. Starring Cierra Dolata as the main character, Henrietta Leavitt. And Nick Sterling as Peter Shaw. The main actors along with supporting cast did a great job displaying emotion. While the characters shined, …

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Dance Club Moves To Station Street

A local 80’s-themed bar has moved. Regan’s Place is now located on Station Street, which borders the Chattanooga Choo-Choo. A country dance club, called Westbound, is right next door. Patrons can walk back and forth between the two clubs. Above the two businesses, there are apartments offer one or two …

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Chatta-do-ga – Week of November 17, 2017

This weekend promises for holiday fun and cheer! Christmas lights are going up and that means that Rock City’s Enchanted Garden of Lights opens this weekend! Doors open at 6 P.M., so gather up some friends and head to the top of Lookout Mountain for a night of light extravaganza! …

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