The University of Tennessee’s Tradition Committee, associated with the Student Government Association, held VOLentine’s Day as a part of “Big Orange Friday” that took place on Pedestrian Walkway from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. on Friday.
On Thursday, Feb. 12, Michael Goodchild, retired Geology professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara, delivered the Geography department’s annual “Hammond Lecture” in the Lindsay Young auditorium.
The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture began hosting “Darwin Day” by celebrating Charles Darwin’s birthday as a way to begin the week-long event celebrating Darwin on Monday, Feb. 9.
Ryan breaks down how to prepare and enjoy your trail food, including a step by step trail mix recipe.
A&M beat the Vols both times they played last year when they were a team that Tennessee expected to beat handily. Once again, Tennessee wasn’t able to defeat A&M on their home floor as the Aggies left town with a 67-61 victory.
In their first bowl appearance since 2010, the Tennessee Volunteers were able to dismantle the Iowa Hawkeyes 45-28.
Saturday proves to be the most important day of the year for the Tennessee football team. It is the day that could send them to a bowl game for the first time in four years. The Vols face a Missouri team that has just as much on the line. If Mizzou wins, they clinch the [...]
Tuesday night the University of Tennessee Jazz Band took the audience on a trip back in time as they performed several big band numbers.The Jazz Band is a part of the School of Music’s Jazz Studies program.
UT has to win three out of its next four games in order to reach a bowl game, something no player on this team has done. In order to keep their goal alive, they will most likely try to take advantage of one matchup in particular: Marquez North and any South Carolina cornerback unlucky enough to get in his way.
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