Carson Hollingsworth and McKinsey Patterson hope that their love for UT and passion for advocating will earn them the title of 2016-2017’s SGA president and vice president.
CBS Sports aired a special video dedicated to Zaevion Dobson leading up to Super Bowl 50.
While UT will not be reversing its initial decision to strip all women’s athletics teams, except women’s basketball, of the Lady Vols name, women’s teams will be given commemorative patches to wear during the 2016-2017 season honoring the Lady Vols’ legacy.
In the second feature of TNJN’s Club Week, managing and arts and culture editor, Hannah Hunnicutt profiles the Sexual Health Advisory Group (SHAG) at UT. The club aims to spread awareness of sexual education on campus.
Halloween is tomorrow and what is the most exciting part?? Obviously, the candy is the best. Take this quiz to find out which Halloween candy you are most like.
As an Arab-American, Dr. Jack Shaheen has been involved in changing racial and ethnic stereotypes in U.S. media for decades. Now an author, former CBS news consultant and professor emeritus, he continues to spread awareness of Arab and Muslim stereotyping in the United States.
After almost 10 years of making remixes from his computer, rising electronic producer is coming to Knoxville Friday with GRiZ at the International. While he has only been performing for nine months, he has already toured with several electronic producers and has released his first single “Aftergold.”
After debating Monday, March 30, the results of the SGA 2015 elections were announced Wednesday, April 1 at 6:30 p.m. Will Freeman won president; Madison Kahl won vice president, and Mariah Beane won Student Services director, Connect UT taking it all. SGA transitions will take place Wednesday, April 15.
SGA Profile: Get to know Will Freeman, Madison Kahl and Mariah Beane of the Connect UT campaign.
Over the weekend, the Twitter page @UTJEM collected tweets written by former students and colleagues of Dwight Teeter posting their condolences as a way to bring the community closer together and pay tribute to his legacy at UT. Teeter died Feb. 27 at the age of 80.