This year’s event included speaker such as Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero, POLITICO’s Hadas Gold and WATE’s Marshall Hughes, among others.
Knoxville conducted its first ever Point-in-Time count of homeless youth last month; the task was easier said than done
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.
High school singers from around the region joined the UT a cappella groups for the second annual Contemporary A Cappella Workshop.
The march continues Saturday, Jan. 21 in Market Square at 12:30 p.m.
Several acts of hate and bias have occurred this semester at the University of Tennessee. These hate and bias incidents make various campus communities feel disconnected. The University’s Bias Incident Reporting Team reports nineteen incidents of bias for this semester.