Mayor Madline Rogero addressed students of the College of Communication and Information Wednesday night, promoting diversity and inclusion as both an economic and ethical choice.
Dr. Erik Fisher opened Diversity and Inclusion Week with a presentation on the way our media usage affects our mental well being.
UT’s newly-appointed Title IX Coordinator walked students through the new, streamlined process at a panel presentation Tuesday night.
Writer Joellen Notte gave students an interactive look at the colorful world of sex toys at a Sex Week lecture on Thursday, April 6.
The revised Student Code of Conduct was approved Wednesday night by the Board of Trustees. It includes new medical amnesty policies as well as language changes around alcohol, weapons and indefinite suspension.
Amy Greene gave a preview of her upcoming book about Appalachia, industrialization and loss at the annual Wilma Dykeman Stokely Memorial Lecture on Thursday March 23.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, UT’s Women’s Coordinating Council hosted a living history event on Wednesday, March 8 where students could meet famous women and honor heroines in their own lives.
Panelists discussed mass incarceration in America and the efforts to reform what they see as a broken system on Friday, March 3.
Dale B. Martin discussed how one word in the Bible has been translated to condemn all manners of sins – and which ones the writers of the New Testament actually meant when they used it.