UT students and faculty gather to march across campus to voice frustrations on recent hate speech to UT administration.
Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury reported the findings for UTK’s controversial “Sex Week.” UT’s interim president shared the University’s position.
At 7 p.m. on April 10, the Sexual Empowerment and Awareness at Tennessee (SEAT) administration hosted a poetry slam as the finale for Sex Week 2015. They invited Lane Shuler and Jonathan “Courageous” Clark, both of them performed at last year’s poetry slam, to come again this year to deliver some verses.
On Jan. 30 through Feb. 1, Sexual Empowerment and Awareness (SEAT) sponsored showings of “Extremities” by William Mastrosimone. The play was performed at the Clarence Brown Lab Theatre. Each performance was followed by a discussion panel to address sexual assault in today’s society.
On Sept. 20, the Howard Baker Public Policy Center held S.E.A.T, the club for Sexual Empowerment and…
After receiving notice by the University of Tennessee Police Department of several sexual assaults that have occurred since the beginning of the school year, one organization is seeking to educate UT students about the red zone.