In the first feature of TNJN’s Club Week, assistant arts and culture editor Taylor Owens profiles VOLT, the first co-ed a cappella group on UT’s campus.
Taylor Owens reviews “American Horror Story’s” latest creepy installment.
Jeremy Haber discussed his experiences as an openly gay Peace Corps volunteer in Paraguay at the inaugural Pecha Kucha event for Pride Week.
The Primetime Emmy awards delivered humor, emotion and everything in between. This year’s show produced some big winners, even if they all didn’t take an award home.
If you’re one of the lucky students who managed to snag a ticket to the Saturday, Sept. 12 football game against Oklahoma, you have to make some tough decisions. You could tailgate and have a cookout in a parking lot, or you could let someone else do the work. You’re likely going to have to go through the Cumberland Avenue construction, so you might as well check out one of the Strip’s popular restaurants.
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Students came to celebrate the last day of classes on April 24 at Volapalooza 2015. They came to hear performances from Bad Suns, Cold War Kids and Lupe Fiasco, but they got a special treat when a relatively unknown Nashville band took the stage.
Sexuality and literature joined forces for Sex Week at the “Textual Healing” panel discussion on Tuesday evening. Associate Professors of English Lisi Schoenbach, Katy Chiles, Ben Lee and Urmila Seshagiri hosted the panel and brought with them the knowledge of their respective fields of study.
TNJN writer Taylor Owens fell in love with Whole Foods and has deemed it a magical place. Read more about her adventure at the newly opened grocery chain.