This weekend concluded the first on-campus two-day festival for the Arabic American Club of Knoxville.
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Hodges Library evacuates for fire alarm around noon.
A group of churches, chapels and synagogues participate in a project aimed at expelling existing stigmas against religious institutions in the Czech Republic.
Locals and tourists can immerse themselves in a therapeutic beer bath in the center of Prague at the Bernard Beer Spa.
In Prague and other major cities, a tragic romantic legend has sparked the trend of attaching love locks on to bridges as a token of a couples eternal and unwavering affection for one another.
Student Government Association debate took place Tuesday night as students get ready to decide on the new line up of representatives for Wednesday and Thursday’s voting time.
Ron Winslow, a distinguished science writer for the Wall Street Journal, will speak on March 11 at the McClung Museum for the 22nd installment of the Alfred and Julia Hill lecture series. Winslow is widely recognized as the dean of medical writing by journalists, editors and scientists. He will be presenting “Covering Science: Worst of […]
The University of Tennessee tested Oak Ridge National Laboratory-based LED lights at Thompson-Boling Arena on Monday, Feb. 24. The new light fixtures will replace the current conventional metal halide lights, generating more energy savings per watt. “The success of these lights will be a game changer,” Andrew Wilhelm, president of LED North America, said. Wilhelm […]
The University of Tennessee’s Center for Leadership and Service held the 13th annual Clifton M. Jones Student Leadership Conference and Martin Luther King Jr. Day Service on Saturday, Jan. 18 in the University Center. Student leaders from many UT organizations attended this event, which included a keynote speaker, individual leadership breakout sessions and service projects around […]
Fred Cowgill, sports director for WLKY, said that he walked into the University of Tennessee on Wednesday and smiled. Cowgill and his wife Cindy came down from Louisville to lecture for the UT Chapter of the National Sportscasters and Sports Writers Association’s first spring event on Jan. 15. He talked to students and faculty about modern […]
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