University of Tennessee students participated in the Beat Bama Car Bash on Friday in Presidential Court where they beat up a car to benefit Habitat for Humanity.
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 35th Annual Greek Fest took place at the Saint George Greek Orthodox Church from Sept. 26-28 and featured Greek food, music, dance, art and more.
The University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design held its 2014 Open House on Saturday.
With the Medal of Honor Convention about to kick off in Knoxville I thought it to be an appropriate topic for this week’s column. Rather than talk about the details of the event I would like to talk about the meaning of individual awards in the military.
Faculty and students alike heard the sound of a fire alarm during afternoon workshops at the 1st Annual Jazz Festival in the Alumni Memorial Building on the UT Campus, but it did not stop the musical fun for very long. A small camera had caught on fire on the upper floor of the Alumni Memorial [...]
Here is a list of four events students should check out for the Feb. 8-9 weekend.
Controversial political activist and established educator Angela Davis spoke to a nearly full auditorium Tuesday, Feb. 4, both identifying and describing the role slavery continues to play in American society. Davis, notorious for her involvement in the United States Communist Party and Black Panther movement, avoided discussing her radical past. Instead, she focused on illustrating [...]
The University of Tennessee’s College of Arts and Sciences will be holding their first annual Sophomore Step-Up event at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5 in Thompson-Boling Arena. The event is intended for all sophomores, both with declared and undeclared majors. Each department in the college will have a table and will be arranged by discipline: natural [...]
McClung Museum opened its doors Saturday, Nov. 2 for another family activity day. The free event spotlighted the museum’s Pueblo-to-Pueblo exhibit and featured pottery clay-related activities along with tours of the museum. The museum has done family activity days for about a year said Debbie Woodiel, a museum employee. The museum will start having the [...]
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