Students will have two opportunities at UT this week to celebrate the legacy of Frederick Douglass.
Valentine’s Day is rapidly approaching. Luckily, there are multiple events on campus for everyone to attend regardless of relationship status.
Assistant Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students Dr. Shea Kidd Houze leads a discussion at this month’s Rocky Topics about natural hair and beauty.
Students and community member gather to engage in dialogue about issues facing black Americans.
UTK faculty met to discuss William Egginton’s “The Splintering of the American Mind” before he come to speak on campus in January.
An annual concert in Knoxville hopes to draw donations to help those who are in poverty.