JSTOR / Via en.wikipedia.org What was the intellectual and philosophical movement that dominated Europe in the 18th century? Illumination Correct Incorrect Illumination Enlightenment Correct Incorrect Enlightenment Embellishment Correct Incorrect Embellishment Correct! Wrong! Enlightenment A revolutionary time for art, philosophy, and politics, Enlightenment era thinkers emphasized reason and skepticism. The American Historical Review dedicated an issue of their journal to new perspectives on economic changes during the Enlightenment. Via commons.wikimedia.org Which of the following words means "a set of beliefs or aims that guide someone's actions"? Vocation Correct Incorrect Vocation Secularization Correct Incorrect Secularization Creed Correct Incorrect Creed Correct! Wrong! Creed Many UTC students and faculty members have taken advantage of our access to the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion to learn about many different creeds and belief systems. In 1952, a tornado tore through downtown Chattanooga on what notable day? February 29th Correct Incorrect February 29th April 1st Correct Incorrect April 1st July 4th Correct Incorrect July 4th Correct! Wrong! February 29th Known as the "Leap Day" tornado, damage was widespread in Chattanooga as well as Fayetteville. Read more about it in the Tennessee Historical Quarterly. Via commons.wikimedia.org The world's biggest atom smasher - the Large Hadron Collider - is located in what country? The United States Correct Incorrect The United States France Correct Incorrect France Switzerland Correct Incorrect Switzerland Correct! Wrong! Switzerland Back in 2012, the magazine Science reported on the Higgs Boson particle, which was considered the "missing piece" in the standard model of fundamental particles and forces. Via de.wikipedia.org Thank you for taking this JSTOR trivia quiz! The UTC Library has access to more than 3,000 archival journals via JSTOR.