This opportunity allows students to discover other cultures while receiving a meal.
UT students, faculty and Parisians discuss history of Notre Dame and cultural significance.
Dr. Herman Gray gave a lecture in McClung Museum at the University of Tennessee on 20th century television broadcasting and African American coverage.
UT hosted its fourth annual Arab Fest this past weekend.
Katy Hill takes her coffee blog to the Old City this week with a review of Old City Java.
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.
This gallery captures the Buddhist monks working on the sand mandala painting at the McClung Museum.
UT’s I-House continued its weekly International Coffeehouse event Wednesday. Combining the event with one of I-House’s International Education Week events, UT graduate assistant Tamnnet Kidanu was excited to focus on Ethiopia because of her family origins.
Nashville native, former Knoxville resident and Grammy nominated singer, Dave Barnes, surprised students at The…
On Monday Feb. 2, McClung Museum hosted a printmaking artist panel for the “Drawn from the McClung Museum” exhibit. This exhibit is where print makers chose museum artifacts to inspire their art and will be up until May 24.