TNJN Spotlight: Cocoa Moon owner helps community

Javier Lopez has always wanted to be a successful business owner. It was his life’s dream and passion. His wish would be fulfilled one day when he became the owner of the restaurant Cocoa Moon.

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Nashville band brings rock to Volapalooza 2015

Students came to celebrate the last day of classes on April 24 at Volapalooza 2015. They came to hear performances from Bad Suns, Cold War Kids and Lupe Fiasco, but they got a special treat when a relatively unknown Nashville band took the stage.

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TNJN Spotlight: UT junior heads to Washington

Amanda Dean, a junior at UT, is headed to Washington D.C. for a summer internship.

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Photo Gallery: UT students protest Confederate flag, racism

UT students gathered in Presidential Court to protest racism and the use of the Confederate flag Monday, April 27.

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NFL Mock Draft: First 10 Picks

Here’s assistant sports editor Jordan Dajani’s NFL Mock Draft, where he gives his first 10 picks.

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TNJN Kitchen: Don’t stress for finals chocolate brownies

Don’t stress for finals. Instead, make these stress-free brownies with dark chocolate to help give your brain that extra boost it needs.

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Opinion: Easy study tips for finals

Worried about finals? Follow these easy tips to help you get through the studying blues.

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Quarterback play shines at Orange and White Game

The threat of inclement weather didn’t scare 63,000 fans from showing up for Tennessee’s annual Orange and White spring game. Fans had waited months for the first glimpse of Team 119, and they did not disappoint in their first public appearance.

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Rocky Topics: Will Tennessee survive the month of October?

Tennessee is primed for a breakout season in 2015. However, they might encounter a bump in the road somewhere in October.

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Is cyber bullying a college issue?

As people spend more time online, issues regarding what constitutes cyber bullying are becoming more and more prevalent. While there is limited research on cyber bullying at the college level, the University of Tennessee is taking steps to ensure online safety for students.

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