UT’s Board of Trustees student representative resigned from his position on Friday, Nov. 21.
Monday, Nov., 17, former death row inmate, Ray Krone spoke out against the death penalty. Krone spent ten years in prison, nearly three of those years on death row. The presentation was hosted by Young Americans for Liberty at the University of Tennessee int he Shiloh Room. The presentation started with a short clip of [...]
Six panelists speak about their trip to Ferguson, Mo.
On Nov. 4, the University of Tennessee’s Student Government Association held a Senate meeting that voted to pass a bill regarding the implementation of gender-neutral restrooms across campus, Bill 03-15.
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.
The Art and Architecture Building will be holding an Open House to meet and interact with prospective students Saturday, Sept. 20, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
The University of Tennessee Lead Summer Institute held its forum, “What’s Next UT?” Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Haslam Business Building. This past summer funding for the UTLSI program was cut and recent graduates of the program were told that they would be the last.
For the past two years, a small laboratory rover has been digging, sifting, and inspecting the surface of Mars in an attempt to understand what it would have been like to walk on the planet 3.5 billion years ago.
No one is giving the Arkansas State Red Wolves any chance to win the game Saturday; if you look closer at the numbers, the Vols are looking more like the underdogs.
Here’s five things to check out this week around UT and Knoxville.
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