After months of deliberation, President Trump signed a spending deal instead of shutting the government down.
Tennessee Journalist reporters asked the University of Tennessee’s students for their opinions about the 2018 election.
Blackburn and Bredesen debated issues regarding immigration, the Affordable Care Act among others.
Yassin’s Falafel House owner Yassin Terou spoke about immigration and community at the UT International House Tuesday, March 28 in honor of Culture Week 2017.
Zomchick told students that the Volunteer family is here for them in uncertain times during Wednesday’s SGA town hall meeting. He reminded students of their “absolute” freedom of speech on campus.
After the silent vigil, participants marched to the court house to deliver letters of staunch opposition to lawmakers.
UT senior Avery Dobbs was chosen as a recipient for the Fulbright International Scholarship, where she will teach English as a second language to high school students in Bulgaria for an academic year. When asked what made Dobbs want to apply for this scholarship, Dobbs said that working with “multi-cultural communities” is something she has always been interested in. Dobbs has already gained experience teaching English as a second language through Bridge Refugee Services, and after getting involved with Amnesty International when she first arrived to UT, Dobbs has chosen to take a year off between undergraduate and law school to expand her English teaching experiences.
“The only thing I remember was looking as the plane took (off) and I could…