TNJN contributor, Emma Coffey, discusses and debates the seemingly unfair tampon tax.
A campus community called Christian Students at UTK, as well as other campus ministries, struggled to remain a support system during pandemic isolation.
Bonnaroo, a Tennessee-based musical festival, is back this year after being canceled last year for the first time ever.
Love has more than one meaning depending on the culture. In Ancient Greek culture, there are three words that describe the different types of love.
William Egginton’s book “The Splintering of the American Mind” explores ideas about how humanities can change the face of the American education system.
Not everyone will have a home to go to this holiday season. How is Knoxville addressing this issue?
Climate change is something students worry about, so how should we approach it?
TNJN assistant editor Libby Dayhuff spent a day patrolling UT’s campus with two officers from the campus police department. She gives an inside look at what they do on a day to day basis to keep UT safe.
News Editor Maddie Torres discusses her journey with her learning disabilities.
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