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Critical Race Theory in a divided America

By Stephen Lloyd WASHINGTON D.C. (mocsnews.com) – Critical Race Theory (CRT) has been around since the 1970s and has recently entered the political spotlight in 2020 with the former president, Donald Trump’s Executive Order 13950 titled, “Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping”. Which has since been revoked by the current president, …

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Keeping an Eye on Your Mental Health This Fall Semester

By Macy Wilbanks  CHATTANOOGA, Tenn (mocsnews.com) It’s not news that COVID-19 has had an exponential effect on our lives in the past year and a half. Our daily routines have been discarded and reformed to mold into a new world.  The US is already starting to function again. With over 42.5% of the adult US population fully vaccinated …

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A Potential Normal Fall Semester

CHATTANOOGA (mocsnews.com) – The UT System is set to return to normal operations this fall, and officials have been met with varying levels of support on their method to achieve this goal. In a February 10 announcement, the UT System President Randy Boyd revealed their plan to resume “a traditional …

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UTC Gets 1st COVID Vaccines

From a campus release: UTC has received the COVID-19 Vaccine and is ready to open scheduling for the doses available.   The first UTC COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic will be held on Friday, March 19, 2021 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the Collins Street Annex (where Routine Testing Center is located). The COVID-19 vaccine we have available for this day will be the Moderna vaccine.  …

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Water Line Break

UTC-ALERT Crews with Tennessee-American Water Company are working to repair a water line near campus. It is possible that this work could affect water service in these buildings on campus: Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science; Fine Arts Center; Grote Hall; Lupton Hall; and Brock Hall. More information will be shared …

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