On Nov. 5, Knoxville will vote for its new city mayor and four city council positions.
Lecturers of the University of Tennesee, students and faculty rallied together under the shared idea that the UT lecturers should earn higher pay for the work they do.
“Collecting Histories” exhibit will be open to the public on Nov. 1 in downtown Knoxville.
TNJN assistant editor Libby Dayhuff spent a day patrolling UT’s campus with two officers from the campus police department. She gives an inside look at what they do on a day to day basis to keep UT safe.
University Housing creates an elaborate haunted house on Oct. 24 and 25 to further community among students.
Michael Mason, a researcher in UTK’s College of Social Work, is launching a study next spring with the goal of helping young adults aged 18 to 25 with cannabis use disorder (CUD) limit or stop usage.