• Jammin’ at Jazzanooga
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    Jammin’ at Jazzanooga

    Addie Whitlow, Chattanooga, Tenn. – Charlie the Head, a progressive jazz fusion group based in Chattanooga, is going to be performing at Jazzanooga on Aug. 26. Debuting as a three-piece band in 2014, Charlie the Head describes them- selves as “music for the space between your ears.” The band’s three members pursued degrees in a […]

  • Intramurals reaching for diversity
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    Intramurals reaching for diversity

    By John Mitchell The variety of choices is the pillar of what is expected to be another successful intramural season under the second year of new leadership. “Our main sports like kickball, volleyball and soccer are still going to be offered,” Intramural Coordinator Jake Lamb said. “Those are the sports we’ve always seen the highest […]

  • Football wraps up fall camp
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    Football wraps up fall camp

    By Chris King The football team was up early Saturday morning, wrapping up its 2016 fall training camp with a two-hour scrimmage at Finley Stadium. The Mocs made big plays on both sides of the ball throughout the scrimmage, but the backups were in for the most of the snaps, as head coach Russ Huesman is […]

Jammin’ at Jazzanooga

Addie Whitlow, Chattanooga, Tenn. – Charlie the Head, a progressive jazz fusion group based in Chattanooga, is going to be performing at Jazzanooga on Aug. 26. Debuting as a three-piece band in 2014, Charlie the Head describes them- selves as “music for the space between your ears.” The band’s three members pursued degrees in a […]

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  • Intramurals reaching for diversity

    By John Mitchell The variety of choices is the pillar of what is expected to be another successful intramural season under the second year of new leadership. “Our main sports like kickball, volleyball and soccer are still going to be offered,” Intramural Coordinator Jake Lamb said. “Those are the sports we’ve always seen the highest […]

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  • Students voice opinions on new gun law

    By Alina Hunter-Grah, Chattanooga, Tenn. — In early May, Governor Bill Haslam allowed a controversial bill, which enables full time employees of public universities or colleges to carry handguns on campus, to become law without his signature; and as school begins, the controversy is picking up among students and employees alike. The new law, SB 2376, […]

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  • Crime Log 8/23

    Compiled by Haley Doss, Chattanooga, Tenn. — July 19 16-005489 Around 2:00 P.M., an officer was called about the theft of a wallet during a class in Hunter Hall. When the officer responded, the professor reported that the wallet held a debit and several credit cards and that one of the cards had already been charged at a […]

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  • Football wraps up fall camp

    By Chris King The football team was up early Saturday morning, wrapping up its 2016 fall training camp with a two-hour scrimmage at Finley Stadium. The Mocs made big plays on both sides of the ball throughout the scrimmage, but the backups were in for the most of the snaps, as head coach Russ Huesman is […]

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  • Mocs receive national attention, respect

    By John Mitchell Last season’s version of UTC football earned their third-consecutive Southern Conference championship and an appearance in the second round of the FCS Playoffs. So naturally, offseason accolades followed. National recognition, individual accolades, former players going pro, and another fall camp in the books made for a busy summer for Chattanooga football followers. […]

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  • Soccer splits opening weekend

    By Alex Dockery The soccer team rebounded from their season-opening loss by displaying total domination over Alabama A&M Sunday afternoon at Finley Stadium. The Mocs scored eight goals in the shutout over A&M, totaling the second-most goals scored in a game in school history. This coming just two days after Chattanooga was shutout themselves in […]

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  • Volleyball prepares for season opener

    By Chandler Morrison UTC Volleyball head coach Travis Filar’s voice is almost gone, which signals that preseason on the court has begun. The  Mocs are coming off a 26-6 season, losing five key seniors and picking up six incoming players via transfers and freshman talent. The offseason has been kind to UTC, with Filar expecting […]

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