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.
Vols get an “A” for effort; “F” for offensive line.
On Sept. 15, the UT Cinema Club presented the independent film “Something, Anything” for free to view in the Art & Architecture building at UT.
The Carolyn P. Brown Memorial University Center has been around for over 60 years but will be torn down in Spring 2015 as the new Student Union will be built in its place. In order to honor the current University Center, TNJN will be writing a series of articles about different events that have happened there, elaborating on past events held at the UC and digging deeper into its history.
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.
Tennessee was scheduled another mid-major level team in Arkansas State Saturday. There were a lot of positives coming from Tennessee’s week 1 victory over Utah State, but weaknesses were evident especially along the offensive line, so Butch Jones knew he couldn’t take this game lightly.
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.
After the campus-wide notification of two sexual assault police investigations within the past few weeks, conversation about this issue has been prompted within the University of Tennessee community. Contributing to this dialogue is the Center for Health Education and Wellness, which launched its sexual assault prevention campaign “Volunteers Speak UP!” at the beginning of the semester.
The freshman revolution hasn’t started yet for the Tennessee Volunteers, just ask A.J. Johnson and Cameron Sutton.
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