The Cultural Attractions Committee hosted “The Asia Project” on Tuesday April 15 as a part of Poetry Week.
Photo Gallery of the 2015 Chalk Walk in Market Square, Knoxville, TN.
The Sexual Empowerment and Awareness at Tennessee (SEAT) hosted its own sexy hip-hop class on Saturday, April 11 as a part of the 3rd annual Sex Week. Local dancer and UT student, Chanel Williams, instructed the class.
At 7 p.m. on April 10, the Sexual Empowerment and Awareness at Tennessee (SEAT) administration hosted a poetry slam as the finale for Sex Week 2015. They invited Lane Shuler and Jonathan “Courageous” Clark, both of them performed at last year’s poetry slam, to come again this year to deliver some verses.
Nora Berenstain, an assistant professor of philosophy, gave a lecture entitled, “Sex and the Media.” The lecture focused on who provides sexual images in the media and why the misrepresentation of sexuality is more magnifying in the media between sexism, racism and hetero-sexism.
Sexuality and literature joined forces for Sex Week at the “Textual Healing” panel discussion on Tuesday evening. Associate Professors of English Lisi Schoenbach, Katy Chiles, Ben Lee and Urmila Seshagiri hosted the panel and brought with them the knowledge of their respective fields of study.
The Holston Middle School Show Choir put on a performance of “Shrek the Musical Jr.” from March 26-28.
Spring break is sadly coming to an end. The good news is that you can now enjoy some tasty treats without worrying about keeping your Spring Break body. This chocolate cake is easy to make, and it’s the perfect indulgent treat to get you through the remainder of the school year.
Spring break 2015 has arrived and for those who are not going on an extravagant trip do not be afraid. Every year during Spring Break you can find multiple events taking place throughout the Knoxville area.
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