In this week’s Triple Play, Danielle Whaley, Henry Koch, and Mason Taylor discuss the Tennessee men’s basketball coaching search, the men’s and women’s NCAA tournaments, Vols baseball and Lady Vols softball.
Former chief speech writer, Marc Thiessen, gave his lecture “America’s Failed Response to Radical Islam” on Monday, March 23. He discussed the three choices that caused the increase in Islamic terrorism, why their was government inaction, and how the Islamic state could be defeated. The lecture was followed by a Q&A.
This week on Rocky Topics, Cody McClure and Nathan Odom discuss which early enrollee will make the biggest impact for Tennessee this fall.
Gallery of the Fainting Goat 5K Fun Run.
Just Dance event at the University of Tennessee.
Lecture discusses history and future archaeological excavation in the Cumberland Gap.
Polar Plunge was held at UT’s TREC, where students and athletes dove into the TREC’s outside pool in cold temperatures to raise money for the Special Olympics of East Tennessee. The event raised over $10,000 and UT plans to make this an annual event.
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.
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