Just six years after South Sudan’s victorious independence, a civil war is threatening humanitarian rights. In the first Baker Café of the spring semester, Eric Keels explores the war’s ramifications.
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.
Three panelists discussed their expertise in human trafficking in the Toyota Auditorium in the Howard Baker Center on Wednesday, Feb. 1.
After the silent vigil, participants marched to the court house to deliver letters of staunch opposition to lawmakers.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in Market Square on Monday night to protest Betsy DeVos’ confirmation for Secretary of Education.
Gov. Bill Haslam proposed tax cuts, education initiatives and infrastructure improvement in a joint session of the Tennessee General Assembly on Monday, Jan. 30 at 7 p.m. ET.