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Members of “Religious Group” Reported on Campus

The UTC Police Department has received reports from students who were approached on campus on Monday, January 29, by individuals claiming to represent a religious organization and asking students for personal contact information. UTC Police are also aware that instances of this nature have been recently reported on other college …

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MLK Day of Service

By Emalae Howland UTC’s day of service honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior through volunteer projects and activities. The event was hosted by UTC and by the city of Chattanooga. Many people gathered to volunteer to help clean up Pleasant Gardens cemetery. Citizens of Chattanooga and students …

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Lavender Graduation at UTC

Bring out the rainbows. The Lavender Graduation registration is now open to students. Lavender Graduation is a special celebration dedicated to the LGBTQ+ of UTC. It originally started at the University of Michigan then the event has spread across college campuses. Here’s more background from the Office of Dean of …

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Mocs Men’s Basketball Break Losing Streak

Chattanooga men’s basketball stopped a seven game losing streak Wednesday night with a crucial win against Samford. The Mocs rebounded from their losing streak thanks to outstanding efforts by  Makinde London and Nat Dixon, who scored 21 points each. London finished the game with 19 rebounds, giving the Mocs complete …

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Mocs Women’s Tennis Wins Season Opener

Mocs victories rang out at Manker-Patten Tennis Club as the Mocs got their first win of the season. The Mocs began the match dominating on doubles. Caroline Hall and Sydney Patton took the lead at 6-3 along side Tamri Chalaganidze and Emma Van Hee with a 6-4 victory over Belmont. …

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Mocs News – Week of January 26, 2018

In this edition of Mocs News, we take a look back at the events that surrounded MLK Day, look at a new engineering project that can help Africa get clean water, and of course, take a look at what is going on around campus. Roland Martin On the Current Political …

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Attempted Burglary at UTC Dorm Under Investigation

UTC Police are investigating a report of an attempted burglary at Lockmiller Apartments. The attempted burglary is reported to have occurred on January 27, 2018, around 3:00 p.m. An unknown suspect attempted to enter a locked apartment through an exterior window, but was unsuccessful. The suspect has been described as …

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New Titans Coach Named

It didn’t take long for the Tennessee Titans to hire a new head coach.   Just five days after the departure of Mike Mularkey, the Titans announced Mike Vrabel as the new head coach. Vrabel won three Super Bowls as a linebacker with the Patriots. This past season he was …

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Founders Hall to Receive New Elevator

Founders Hall is  under construction in a attempt to make the building more accessible and modern. Construction workers are building an elevatorin the historic building, along with a new path from Oak Street to comply for accessibly. The project started last Fall, and while the recent snowfall put a slight …

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Bill Haslam Unveils Opioid Plan

This week, Governor Bill Haslam rolled out his plan to fight the opioid epidemic in Tennessee. The proposed plan would cost $30 million and calls for new limits on painkillers, more educational outreach to students, and boosting availability of addiction treatments.      

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