New information has surfaced about the coronavirus outbreak, and the virus has officially arrived in Knox County. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville has released major decisions regarding precautions against the virus.
Valentine’s Day is rapidly approaching. Luckily, there are multiple events on campus for everyone to attend regardless of relationship status.
An unknown source smears The Rock with hate speech directed at the Jewish community. This recurring act drives UT students to keep pushing for change on campus.
Just one day before the second football game of this season at UT, students experienced a power outage across campus.
The University of Tennessee’s annual Welcome Week is full of events aimed at new and returning students along with faculty and staff. Attendees can meet new people, learn about campus resources and engage in activities.
Finals are around the corner, and UT is providing students with several de-stress events.
Anyone looking for a taste of Cajun cuisines or French desserts can find them in Knoxville. Local councils and organizations will host their own Mardi Gras themed events.
The Clarence Brown Theatre is preparing for their seasonal show “A Christmas Carol.” The Costume Shop details the design processes from start to finish that provides actors with their costumes.
There is a multitude of holiday events taking place in Knoxville this month. Almost all of the events are budget friendly, and all of them are family oriented. This time of the year allows locals to spend more time with family and friends, do some holiday shopping and try seasonal treats.
The University of Tennessee kicked off Homecoming week with the annual dyeing of the Europa and the Bull fountain.