This weekend concluded the first on-campus two-day festival for the Arabic American Club of Knoxville.
On Saturday Sept. 20, First Lutheran Church and School celebrated its German heritage with their first annual German Fest. Festival goers were treated to authentic German dishes, live polka music and a variety of locally crafted beer. Lindsey Hofman, a church member and first-grade teacher at the school, discussed where the idea for the festival [...]
The University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design held its 2014 Open House on Saturday.
Two adventure specialists from National Geographic spoke to an audience at the University Center Saturday, Sept. 21. Kenny Broad and Mark Synnott each gave a short presentation about the expeditions and research they had been involved with. “Let’s cut the lights,” Kenny Broad said on Saturday night. As the entire auditorium entered into a seeming [...]
The Lady Vols volleyball team has had an up and down year so far this season. With a 10- game road schedule to start the season they hoped to find some consistency when they returned home to Rocky Top this weekend. The Lady Vols played host to Memphis, Mercer, Austin Peay, and Montana St. in the [...]
The UT College of Architecture and Design hosted their first annual PARK(ing) Day in Market Square on Sept. 19 in an attempt to get the Knoxville community to reconsider how they view public spaces. For PARK(ing) Day, the college took control of a metered parking spot across from the Urban Outfitters in Market Square and [...]
So, do you want to know the secret to a great eyeshadow look? I’ll tell you. It’s blending. Yep, if you’ve ever taken an art class then you are probably one step ahead of the game. Just like in art, you need to blend colors together to make them simultaneous, you’ll also need to do [...]
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