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UTC Percussion Ensemble Beat Hunger is November 24

UTC Percussion Ensemble Beat Hunger is November 24

Event supports Chattanooga Community Kitchen. Attendees may contribute two non-perishable food items or write a check for $2.

Music Department hosted eighth annual Band Day

Music Department hosted eighth annual Band Day

275 high school students from 18 high schools joined the Marching Mocs to perform at halftime and in the stands when Chattanooga Football played Mercer at Finley Stadium.

Football Mocs win SoCon Championship and lead conference in fan attendance

Football Mocs win SoCon Championship and lead conference in fan attendance

Mocs also lead the SoCon in home attendance, averaging 10,492 in five home games this season. Mocs Football have hit that mark three three times since Head Coach Russ Huesman took the helm.

SCEA hosts Literacy and the Arts in Common Core

SCEA hosts Literacy and the Arts in Common Core

Southeast Center for Education in the Arts piloted a professional development experience for K-12 arts specialists and literacy teachers. Goal: build interdisciplinary units of study which teachers then implemented with their own students.

B.B. Bell, General, United States Army (Retired), honored by DAR

B.B. Bell, General, United States Army (Retired), honored by DAR

Bell ’69 was presented the DAR Medal of Honor for his service to the United States and his community.

UT President Joe DiPietro takes the plunge at the ARC

UT President Joe DiPietro takes the plunge at the ARC

DiPietro came to celebrate the progress of UT-Chattanooga’s fall sports teams with a pep rally themed luncheon for faculty and staff. Wearing a blue and gold bow tie, DiPietro expressed his love of the UTC campus.

University community supports Bloodanooga

University community supports Bloodanooga

Biannual campus blood donation drive supports Blood Assurance, a non-profit blood center serving 47 counties in Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina and Virginia.

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