Mocs News September 21, 2018

Mocs News September 21, 2018


on this edition of mocs news what do goats and yoga’s have in common we will find out we get ready to say goodbye to the University of Tennessee president Joe DiPietro and are you in need of business coats we will have a solution for you I’m Christina Jennings and I’m Bailey Murphy your news starts now a change in leadership tops our news University of Tennessee president Joe DiPietro has announced his retirement and familiar faces considered his interim replacement DiPietro has served as a chief executive officer for the UT system for six years this includes Chattanooga Knoxville and Martin a well as the Health and Science Center in Memphis and the statewide institutes of agriculture and public service DiPietro will step down on November 21st using his saved up vacation days until his official retirement date February 14th UT Board of Trustees will meet next week to consider appointing former Tennessee Governor candidate Randy boy as interim president Boyd is an alum and can serve as interim president for up to 24 months until a newly appointed president is found UTC Police Department are currently investigating several vehicular thefts over the past two weeks both thefts occurred on the UTC campus law at 40 and lot 47 involves a 1994 white Honda Civic and a 2012 Kia Optima there is no evident pattern to these two thefts but both occurred during the weekend remember to lock your vehicles at all times and never leave your car running or unattended if you have any information regarding this or any other case you’re encouraged to contact the UTC police department with Election Day approaching UTC wants to make sure students have a voice in the upcoming election the Hamilton County election committee mocks the vote to help students register for voting if you previously registered they could switch up your registration to Hamilton County if you missed the event or have any questions about voting the registration then call four two three four nine three five one zero zero or email vote at Hamilton Hamilton Tennessee gov UTC students got the chance to participate in a special type of yoga goat yoga has been a growing trend in the US for the past couple of years students got the chance to see what Go yoga is all about and these goats weren’t bashful here’s a look back Krystyna summer is coming to a close I don’t know about you but I’m ready for some colder weather definitely saying and with false starts to this weekend let’s go to our brand name Robison to see what the weather will be like thanks ladies fall is right around the corner and temperatures are going to finally cool down today we will see mostly sunny skies with highs in the 90s and lows in the 70s Saturday we will see scattered thunderstorms with a high of 87 and a low of 69 Sunday we will continue to see rain with high of 82 and a low of 69 next week we will see a mix of Sun and rain with highs in the low 80s and lows in the 60s that’s it for weather back to the news desk as Barney Stinson says it’s time to suit up suit up is an event for UTC students that gives them the opportunity to buy professional clothing at a discount the event takes place this Sunday starting at 6:30 9 p.m. and goes until 9:30 p.m. along with discounted clothes students can also win prizes get head shots at a discount and have a freaking consultation with Beauty Consultants remember to bring your UTC ID or alumni card to receive your discount to get all the details head over to your Moxie org the anglerfish project will hold a special discussion title 13 reasons why the relationship between suicide and the media that happens this Tuesday September the 25th in the UC auditorium to get more information you can head to their website the anglerfish project calm the Mocs were in action asleep let’s go to our Joe Lee pull for sports this week thanks ladies the tough times continued for the volleyball during their trip through the Bluegrass State their match against Louisville wasn’t close as the moxa washed to the Cardinals and three straight sets it was the same story a few days later against the Kentucky Wildcats the Mocs lost in three sets again although UTC were able to lead in the third set for a short amount of time the Mocs played two matches in the next few days they play Wolford on Friday and Furman on Saturday the football team struggled last year but has completely turned it around in 2018 the moxford on the road to UT Martin came away with a convincing 34 to 24 victory the defense set the tone early of two picks in the first half including a drive killing interception in the end zone by Cramer or on offensive tire price ripped up UT Martin’s defense to the tune of 118 yards and two touchdowns he iced the game on a tackle breaking 40-yard John Nick Giano and Bryson Lee continue the great show of chemistry in the passing game but will young had a great game too and caught both with Tiana’s touchdown passes and it’s family weekend here at UTC football the marks will take on the one and two Sanford Bulldogs Sanford will be traveling here to Finlay Stadium the game kicks off at 7 o’clock come out and support your mocs the Mocs women’s tennis team had a big season opening this past weekend during the mock strip to awesome feed the women’s tennis team one two one three doubles and two single matches two players Duany Edwards and bug Donna’s a Peretz earned a spot in the semi-finals of doubles by winning two matches polina novikova and emma van he advanced to the quarterfinals of a flight B singles both winning in straight sets in the second round the next time you can catch the women’s tennis team in China nuga is October 11th through the 15th as they host the ITA regionals that’s it for sports now back to the news desk the UTC Center for Women and Gender equity is starting a new event that will take place every Monday from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. in the Center for Women and Gender Equity 3:15 in the UC cross-stitching bitch is a chance for students to come together and have conversation and discussion on relevant topics students will also be able to cross stitch patterns around women’s empowerment and gender equity supplies are provided and all skill levels are welcome to get more information head over to mock sink you can find out more about a lynching that took place on the Walnut Street bridge here in Chattanooga more than a century ago the ED Johnson project will lead a guided history tour at the bridge on new Monday September 14th the group will meet at the Great Dane statue at the south end of the bridge UTC’s English history and Africana Studies department are hosting the tour to learn more about the discussion head to the history page at UTC edu that does it for this edition of mocs news thank you for joining us make sure to check out our web site at mocs news calm to continue falling news throughout the week and while you’re there make sure to follow us on Twitter Instagram Facebook pants all right to our YouTube channel have a great weekend from all of us here at mocs news you I’m not a writer okay

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