Cassie Helmboldt shares her first food experience at Greek Fest. The festival ran from Sept. 26-28. Traditional Greek dishes were presented including baklava, souvlaki and gyros.
At the University of Tennessee Science Forum on Friday, Sept. 26, assistant professor of nutrition Sarah Colby shared her plan to combat obesity on college campuses and promote healthier behaviors among college students through a project called “Get Fruved.”
If the Vols are going to win on Saturday, they must win the war on the ground.
The University of Tennessee’s College of Communications and Information Diversity and Inclusion Week discussed diversity in dating and marriage, Tuesday, Sept. 23.
The University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design held its 2014 Open House on Saturday.
The University of Tennessee’s College of Nursing held its first white coat ceremony for its upper-level students at the Carolyn P. Brown Memorial University Center auditorium on Tuesday, Sept. 16. UT was selected as one of only 100 nursing colleges across the country to receive funding from the Arnold P. Gold Foundation and the American [...]
Peng Xiong, a physics professor at Florida State University, visited Knoxville for the first time and was the first speaker in a semester-long colloquium series created by the Physics Department. Xiong spoke to the community about his research in superconductivity, specifically talking about lead as a superconductor. Student Ryan Raul was excited to attend the lecture because his major lines up with Xiong’s research.
The series will continue Sept. 22 with guest speaker Randy Fishman.
The Congressional Medal of Honor Society hosted a Town Hall Forum in the Alumni Memorial Building Auditorium September 12, 2014, and invited the community to meet and listen to Medal of Honor recipients Donald “Doc” Ballard and Clinton Romesha.
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.
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