Our fourth club of the week is the second largest on UT’s campus. The United Residence Hall Council serves to unite students living in residence halls through leadership, programming, service and education.
The third club of the week works to educate students about Africa. The African Student Association is dedicated to showcasing the diversity of the continent.
Our second club of the week loves promoting physics. Members of the Society of Physics Students share how they plan on showing students that science is fun and interesting.
Rashad Small, the assistant hall director at Reese Hall, has made a not so small impact on the students and staff.
In the final feature of TNJN’s Club Week, sports editor Cody McClure profiles UT’s Women’s Rugby Club. The team is like a close-knit family both on and off the field.
In the fourth feature of TNJN’s Club Week, assistant news editor Benjamin Webb profiles a group that focuses on space and engineering. The Student Space Technology Association at UT allows students with a passion for space and technology to create out of this world projects.
In the third feature of TNJN’s Club Week, news editor Courtney Anderson profiles a relatively new organization at UT. I Am That Girl strives to be a safe, open space for not only women, but for all students.
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.
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.
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.