Gary Sousa was removed as UT’s Pride of Southland marching band director Thursday. He will retain his position as a tenured professor. Sousa’s removal comes after a public debate with university administrators last October concerning funding cuts for the band. In a letter to Sousa, Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor Susan Martin said the university [...]
On Thursday, Feb. 20 from 7 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. the John XXIII Catholic Center was decked out in simple inexpensive decorations for a shabby chic prom event that raised money for the Feed One charity.The event was sponsored by Chi Alpha, a Christian fellowship group on UT’s campus. At the event there was music, dancing, [...]
We are now past the 11 week mark in the SEC schedule, and this last week had some surprises and it solidified some schools on the top. While some schools fight for a bowl berth, others seem to be coasting to their promise land. 1. Atop the list is none other than Alabama. Alabama is [...]
The university’s Big Orange Give Campaign is well under way and has already reached its initial goal. The campaign is intended to help UT on its way to become a Top 25 public research university. The campaign’s original goal was to raise $125,000 in 125 hours. It began on Nov. 4 and was set to end [...]
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 [...]
Apple announced a new product line up on Tuesday at their annual third-quarter event, unveiling new versions of some of their most popular products. Also announced was a reworking of their popular software suites, iWork and iLife, as well as the newest update to their flagship operating system, OS X. Following a trend toward lighter, [...]
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C&C Bistro opened in May 2013 off Clinch Ave in Downtown Knoxville. The restaurant brings a uniqueness that some say was long needed. “I walked in thinking something seemed different,” said Caroline McGinnis, a woman eating at C&C Bistro. “I was pleasantly surprised. I really enjoyed everything.” C&C Bistro is the sister restaurant to Coffee [...]
The University of Tennessee’s Safety, Environment and Education Center (S.E.E.) has received national recognition for its “Alcohol and You” online module geared to inform freshmen in First year studies 100 about alcohol and its side-effects. The award was granted by Challenge.gov, launched in 2010, which offers opportunities to organizations that offer solutions to pertinent concerns [...]
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