Students gathered to pay tribute to Kobe and Gianna Bryant earlier this week by painting The Rock.
An unknown source smears The Rock with hate speech directed at the Jewish community. This recurring act drives UT students to keep pushing for change on campus.
The Knoxville community gathered at The Rock this week on UT’s campus as a reminder to spread messages of love, rather than hate.
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
Following messages of hate on an open campus forum, the Tennessee Journalist Editorial Staff stands in solidarity with students, faculty and administration against violent rhetoric
News editor Vanessa Rodriguez reflects on the past shooting in Pittsburgh.
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UTK students, faculty and Knoxville community members join together in solidarity, “United at the Rock Against Racism.”
This week on Tuesday Traditions, lead staff writer Sam Forman takes a look at one of the most visually recognizable traditions at UT.
The Rock has been a mainstay on the University of Tennessee campus for students to let their voices be heard. One UT student has taken the work seen on The Rock to a whole new level.