Club Week: Muslim Student Association works to connect students

In the third feature story of TNJN’s Club Appreciation Week, News Co-Editor Courtney Anderson writes about how UT’s Muslim Student Association strives to spread awareness.

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Teacher Advisory Committee addresses technology access in Knox County Schools

Members of the Teacher Advisory Committee voiced concerns about current educational issues at the Knoxville Board of Education work session held March 2, in the Andrew Johnson Building.

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College of Business gets new director of technology

The Haslam College of Business’ Office of Technology Integration Services has a new head director as of Monday, March 2.

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Club Week: Spanish Tertulia unites foreign language, friendly conversation

In the second feature story of TNJN’s Club Appreciation Week, Editor-in-Chief Maggie Jones profiles the UT Spanish Tertulia.

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Students, colleagues remember former dean, professor through Twitter

Over the weekend, the Twitter page @UTJEM collected tweets written by former students and colleagues of Dwight Teeter posting their condolences as a way to bring the community closer together and pay tribute to his legacy at UT. Teeter died Feb. 27 at the age of 80.

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Triple Play podcast: Week of March 2

In this week’s Triple Play, Danielle Whaley and Henry Koch discuss UT men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, softball and the NHL trade deadline.

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Club Week: Pokémon Club offers fun console, card gaming opportunities

In the first installment of the TNJN Club Appreciation Week, TNJN Social Media Director Drew LaFasto profiles the UT Pokémon Club.

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UT students, athletes take on Polar Plunge

Polar Plunge was held at UT’s TREC, where students and athletes dove into the TREC’s outside pool in cold temperatures to raise money for the Special Olympics of East Tennessee. The event raised over $10,000 and UT plans to make this an annual event.

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