It’s almost fall break, and you know what that means- bonfires, football and pumpkin flavored everything. I know that job searching will probably be the last thing on your mind during this long weekend, but I encourage you to take a break from your autumn festivities to prepare for the career fair taking place this Wednesday.
The University of Tennessee had its annual Homecoming festivities this past week. Homecoming events went from Oct. 5-12.
The Vols improved to 3-3 on Saturday by taking down Chattanooga on homecoming night 45-10.
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.
In this week’s Triple Play, Danielle Whaley, Alex Skidmore, and Sam Forman discuss Tennessee Volunteer football, SEC football, NCAA football shakeups, NFL, MLB and other sports scores and news.
A one-point differential led to the continuation of a now decade-long losing streak.
I would argue that being 18 is one of the strangest times in a person’s life. There are so many changes that seem to happen all at once, and for the first time, you have options about what you want to do with your life.
The Knoxville Chapter for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation held their 11th annual Wine On The Water event on Friday, Oct. 3, at the Knoxville Convention Center to create awareness of cystic fibrosis.
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.
The College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources held a career fair on Wednesday for students. The fair included representatives from several companies who offered advice and internship opportunities.
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