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Saturday, March 28, Holocaust survivor and former UT professor Henry A. Fribourg, spoke to a group of teachers as a part of the “Teaching Diversity through Content, Context, and Complexity of the Holocaust,” workshop.
SGA Profile: Get to know Grayson Hawkins of the Hawkins-Kiefer campaign.
On Tuesday, many students, professors, and community members joined together as National Public Radio Science Correspondent Dr. Joe Palca delivered the 23rd Alfred and Julia Hill Lecture in the College of Nursing Auditorium.
Former chief speech writer, Marc Thiessen, gave his lecture “America’s Failed Response to Radical Islam” on Monday, March 23. He discussed the three choices that caused the increase in Islamic terrorism, why their was government inaction, and how the Islamic state could be defeated. The lecture was followed by a Q&A.
Monday, March 23, author, activist and University of Tennessee alum Reverend Osagyefo Sekou hosted a talk in the International House Great room.
On Monday March 23 at 7 p.m. in the Toyota Auditorium of the Howard Baker Center, Marc Thiessen will be holding a lecture called “America’s Failed Response to Radical Islam.” There is no cost to attend. The lecture is hosted by UT’s Young Americans for Freedom.
The University of Tennessee hosted a discussion on climate change titled “Climate Change as a Catalyst for Conflict” at the Howard H. Baker Center Thursday, March 5.
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