It’s Sustainability Week at the University of Tennessee. Here’s some events to check out that may give guidance on the environment and what you can do to make it better.
The Vols found out the hard way that you don’t go on the road against the No. 3 Ole Miss Rebels without a great offensive gameplan.
The University of Tennessee had its annual Homecoming festivities this past week. Homecoming events went from Oct. 5-12.
Journalism today is storytelling and much more, according to CNN digital senior editor, writing coach and guest speaker Jan Winburn as she spoke to a group of student writers in the College of Communication and Information’s Patrick Auditorium.
The Social Impact Fair, held on Oct. 8 in the University Center Ballroom, raised awareness about certain organizations, such as American Red Cross and OxFam America and also taught students about how they can get involved in these associations and apply for internships.
The 5K Run Dead was held at Victor Ashe Park on Saturday where zombies and runners went head to head to benefit scientific research on cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.
On Friday, Oct. 3, the UT Science Forum hosted Caroline Graber, a research nurse at Vanderbilt University and former Director of Infection Control at the East Tennessee Children’s Hospital.
“Breaking Bad” star RJ Mitte, who has mild cerebral palsy, speaks on the importance of overcoming disabilities and ending bullying.
Knoxville City Council authorized the mayor, Madeline Rogero, to execute an agreement with local nonprofit organization Positively Living Inc. during their meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 30.
Colleges such as the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources and the College of Communication and Information showed students how to choose and declare a major and then use their major to find a career path.
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