In celebration of Earth Month, on April 20, the Hardin Valley EarthFest was held at Pellissippi State Community College. The festival, hosted annually, is free to the public and encourages attendees to engage in eco-friendly learning activities.
New technologies such as Twitter have greatly influenced how sports fans access sports news. This rise in technology is substantially affecting traditional news sources such as newspapers.
Friday, April 26 marked the university's annual end-of-year Volapalooza event. This year, rap artist Tyga seemed to win the popularity vote over visiting progressive electronic fusion group, Beats Antique. Regardless, the unconventional pairing of the two artists helped contribute to a unique Volapalooza experience.
Tennessee was upset by Arkansas on a cold night on Friday, which snaps a 19-game win streak. The Lady Vols were off their game offensively, but tried to mount a late comeback in the seventh inning.
Starting at 1 p.m. on April 29, UT students will be able to donate their extra Dining Dollars to charity at convenience stores on campus. Created by Fadi Saleh, a sophomore in College Scholars, this event will give students the opportunity to buy food from these stores and then donate it to Second Harvest Food Bank.