Bonnaroo, a Tennessee-based musical festival, is back this year after being canceled last year for the first time ever.
Social distancing measures have hurt many campus communities, including UT’s multicultural organizations, but the widespread administration of a vaccine may give students hope that these communities can pick up where they left off with in-person meetings.
The Ijams nature center will host virtual and in-person open houses about their upcoming Play Club and Preschool.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Greek life has been different across the country this semester….
TEDxUTK is set to host their final event salon of the semester. Serving With Intention, Not For Attention.
Discounts, numbers and pie! Local restaurants and bakeries celebrate Pi Day by offering discounts in the form of a mathematical constant.
The 13th annual Mardi Growl festival took place in Downtown Knoxville on March 7. Dogs and their owners crowded the streets to participate in the activities and have some fun in the sun.
Students, staff, faculty and the Knoxville community come together to discuss current social issues.
Randy Boyd’s address tackles topics such as student debt, increasing research labs, and the opioid epidemic. He hopes to make UT more involved in state affairs and student well being.
Students will have two opportunities at UT this week to celebrate the legacy of Frederick Douglass.