Torchbearer Plaza Brick Project 9

The recent renovation of Torchbearer Plaza has provided a unique opportunity for alumni staff to send back a piece of UT history to hundreds of Volunteers. Continue reading

The Class of 2019

Numbers aren’t everything, but they do paint an impressive picture of our Class of 2019. Take a look at some quick facts about our newest Volunteers. Continue reading

Defining Consent 4

Consent is unmistakable. Consent is mutual. Consent is an enthusiastic ‘yes.’ Continue reading

A Vol’s Best Friend 17

For more than sixty years, Smokey has been running the sidelines at football games and bringing joy to Vols young and old. Find out more about the blueticks that have come before and the hound whose howl now echoes in the stands. Continue reading

W J Julian Remembered

Mediocrity was not in the vocabulary of W J Julian, especially when it came to the members of his Pride of the Southland Band. Continue reading

John Cullum

Knoxville native John Cullum is a two-time Tony Award winner who is best known for his Emmy-nominated portrayal of Holling Vincoeur on television’s Northern Exposure. The Clarence Brown Theatre honored Cullum with its CBT Artistic Excellence Award in 2015. Continue reading

On June Twenty-Sixth 1

A UT Law alumna and two vet med professors helped make history through their involvement in the US Supreme Court case that legalized same-sex marriage across the United States. Continue reading

Fifty Years Later

Members of the Class of 1965 talk about their memories of life at UT. Continue reading

Literature, Law, and Atticus Finch

Professor Judy Cornett combines her love of law and literature for a unique perspective on Harper Lee’s iconic character Atticus Finch and the new book Go Set a Watchman. Continue reading

A Different Kind of Unity

Author David Madden, who recently received the Accomplished Alumni award as his papers were acquired by UT Libraries, ties together a diverse literary career. Continue reading