Video: Mocs News Sept 19th

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Student fee results lead to talks on student need

Ashley Closson, Chattanooga, Tenn., — Student organizations will have less in programming fees this year after about 30 percent of students voted to “opt out” of designating their fees. When accessing their My MocsNet account at the beginning of the year, students were asked to choose whether they wanted their programming and services fee to […]

Video: Mocs News 9-12

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Weekly highlights Sept. 9 to 15

Photo by Justan Li

Felipe Argueta and Sethrial Duncanson battle while LARP-ing in the Luton Library portico.

Austin Arias and Sarah Cooksey, Chattanooga, Tenn., – On campus Tuesday, Sept. 9 What: Chattanooga Recreational Anime Program meeting Where: Ocoee Room in the UC When: 8-10 p.m. Cost: free What: QPR Training: Learn Mental Health CPR Where: Lookout Mountain Room in the UC When: 1-2:30 p.m. and 5:30-6:30 p.m. Cost: free Wednesday, Sept. 10 […]

VIdeo: Flooding on Oak Street

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First Annual Org-Fest, 2014

Org fest sign ups

The first-annual Org-Fest began as a way to better organize sign-ups for student organizations on campus. Whereas before the Oak Street Roast was a catch-all for organizations, the Org-Fest sought to create an open environment for organizations on campus. Similarly, club sports and student media held open houses to create a separate environment where student […]

CAB Week

By the Mocs News staff Chattanooga, TN (Mocs News) –  This was CAB week, and the Campus Activities Board didn’t shy away from fun activities for UTC students. They kicked off the week with a flipbook photo booth Monday, followed by a laser tag event in the UC Tuesday night. On Wednesday, they held a […]

SGA Update

By Bria Craig Chattanooga, Tenn (UTC/Mocs News) – SGA had a week of tongue twisters and misinterpretations but once everything was clarified the meeting was productive. They allocated 1,500-dollars to the Charles M. Rennelsen Leadership scholarship and the Richard E. McDougall Leadership scholarship. 5-thousand-dollars went to sponsor the leadership banquet. 400-dollars went to sponsor two […]

Living Wages for All Asked on UTC Campus

By Andy Jungels Chattanooga, Tenn ( UTC/Mocs News) – Progressive Student Alliance and the United Campus Workers delivered a letter to University Administrators asking them for living wages for all campus employees March 6th. They believe in giving workers a living wage. Living wage allows a family to live comfortably paying for all bills, achieving adequate […]

Stand for Freedom on Campus

By Tia Kalmon Chattanooga, Tenn (UTC/Mocs News) – This is the first year UTC has been involved with Stand for Freedom, a national anti-slavery movement. This movement allowed students to raise awareness and to speak for those who can’t, by standing for 27 hours for the 27 million people still enslaved. There are 161 countries […]