The Center for Career Development hosted a panel on law enforcement and forensics as part of the Career Conversations for Arts and Sciences series.
The mother of the late Zaevion Dobson spoke at the UT College of Law's Charles H. Miller Lecture in Professional Responsibility on Nov. 1.
Six women have filed a lawsuit against the University of Tennessee, and are accusing the university of enabling sexual assaults by student-athletes.
While UT will not be reversing its initial decision to strip all women’s athletics teams, except women’s basketball, of the Lady Vols name, women's teams will be given commemorative patches to wear during the 2016-2017 season honoring the Lady Vols’ legacy.
Former prime minister of Japan, Yasuo Fukuda, gave the Howard Baker Center's first Memorial Lecture on Wednesday. He discussed the importance of the United States and Japan building a personal relationship, providing examples from his own personal relationship with Howard Baker.
Filmmakers and film lovers alike united for the 3rd annual Knoxville Film Festival. The festival was held at Regal Downtown West Cinema 8 from Sept. 17 to Sept. 20. On Saturday, Sept. 19 student filmmakers from UT showcased their non-fiction short films.