Dr. Herman Gray gave a lecture in McClung Museum at the University of Tennessee on 20th century television broadcasting and African American coverage.
The former co-host of “MythBusters” detailed his own failures which led to success
Manning discussed his football career, retirement and leadership at Cox Auditorium on Friday, Sept. 22.
Students gathered in the Alumni Memorial Building to hear Hydeia Broadbent’s personal struggle with HIV, in hopes of learning more information on HIV on Tuesday, Feb. 28.
Students and members of the community gathered in the Nielsen Physics building in hopes to converse with an astronaut in Expedition 50. While some left disappointed that the link-up didn’t work correctly, many remained to listen to Dr. Sean Lindsay’s insights on the International Space Station, its history and life in space.
McClung Museum’s Civil War era curator, Dr. Joan Markel, presented artifacts from the 19th century that were found in Knoxville and around where present day UT stands as part of a Civil War lecture series.