The University of Tennessee, College of Communication and Information pays tribute to John Lewis.
This year’s International Festival features performances and food provided by university clubs, international students and members of the greater community.
UT students and faculty gather to discuss hate speech and free speech. Students discuss their feelings towards the administration’s response to recent incidents.
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Following several instances of hate speech on UT’s Rock, the campus community calls for change through legal limitations and reinstatement of a chief diversity officer
The UTK College of Communication and Information celebrates their ninth annual Diversity and Inclusion Week from Sept. 24-27, 2018.
The festivities began on Monday with two panel discussions and a speech from UT Chancellor Beverly Davenport.
Antonio Butler is an independent candidate for SGA president. Through his campaign, Butler hopes to achieve ‘milestones’ rather than ‘policy points’ in order to make campus more dynamic, diverse and inclusive.
Students and faculty gathered in the Hodges Library Auditorium to discuss racial nuances and stigmas in Latin America and the Caribbean on Wednesday, March 1.
The Center for Children’s and Young Adult Literature celebrated Black History Month in the Hodges Library Commons on Friday, Feb. 24.