This crafter takes a different angle on Valentine’s Day gifts. Her out-of-the-ordinary gnomes are personalized, which makes for interesting gifts year-round.
William Egginton’s book “The Splintering of the American Mind” explores ideas about how humanities can change the face of the American education system.
UTK faculty met to discuss William Egginton’s “The Splintering of the American Mind” before he come to speak on campus in January.
Climate change is something students worry about, so how should we approach it?
The Pinnacle at Turkey Creek kicks off their annual Pumpkin Fest this year with a flash mob dance to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”
On Oct. 21, Kirill Gliadkovsky performed a Viennese Classical piano recital in Haslam Music Center.
Michael Mason, a researcher in UTK’s College of Social Work, is launching a study next spring with the goal of helping young adults aged 18 to 25 with cannabis use disorder (CUD) limit or stop usage.