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Monthly Archives: August 2020

UTC Student Suspended for Breaking Campus Covid Rules

From Office of Student Affairs The University has placed a student on interim suspension for failure to comply with the University’s COVID-19 health and safety directives. Specifically, the student failed to remain in an off-campus COVID-19 isolation site and came onto campus in violation of the University’s directives. This interim …

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Football Mocs to Play WKU

From The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team will play at Western Kentucky on Saturday, Oct. 24, head coach Rusty Wright announced today.  It is the lone game on the Mocs’ 2020 fall schedule following the Southern Conference’s decision to explore playing league games in the spring of 2021.“We will …

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UTC Organization Under Investigation for Covid Exposure

From University Communication and Marketing Faculty members:We have been made aware that UTC student members of a social organization on campus may have been exposed to COVID-19. The University is taking all necessary precautions that will protect the UTC community. The University Health Team and Contact Tracing Team are in …

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Southern Conference Delays Fall Sports

From The Southern Conference Council of Presidents announced Thursday that the league will not have fall league competition due to health and safety concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, allowing for non-conference contests at each institutions’ discretion. It is the intention of the SoCon to move the fall sports’ regular-season …

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Mocs Mask Up

By: Caitlin Burt HOUSTON( The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s campus embraces a “new normal” for the upcoming semester since the rise of the coronavirus pandemic. When the rise of COVID first began in March of 2020, UTC decided to make the rest of the spring semester online-only classes. Along …

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The New Normal

By: Caitlin Burt Houston( As cities across the United States rise in COVID cases, Chattanooga is ranked number two in the New York Times list of “places that could flare up next.” Before Tennessee Governor Bill Lee ordered the state to reopen, Mayor Andy Berke planned to keep the city …

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