Valentine’s Day is rapidly approaching. Luckily, there are multiple events on campus for everyone to attend regardless of relationship status.
Students and community member gather to engage in dialogue about issues facing black Americans.
Garth Brooks arrived at Neyland Stadium with 84,000 fans, breaking a Neyland record.
U.S. Cellular is sponsoring Knoxville’s BOO! at the Zoo. There will be candy, costumes, animals and other entertainment.
UTs Campus Events Board sets up along Ped Walkway to help students show their support for suicide prevention.
UT students, faculty and staff gathered to kick off the Vol is a Verb campaign with the Dear World: Storytelling Show and Photo Reveal.
The University of Tennessee’s annual Welcome Week is full of events aimed at new and returning students along with faculty and staff. Attendees can meet new people, learn about campus resources and engage in activities.
A preview of the upcoming holiday events in Knoxville for the month of December.
The University of Tennessee kicks off their “Sweet as Soda Pop” Homecoming 2018 week on Sunday, Oct. 28 and finishing the week off with a football game in Neyland stadium.
Homecoming festivities will run throughout the week, ending with the football game against Southern Mississippi on Nov. 4