“This must be what the end of days will be like.”

    From her vantage point in the Pi Beta Phi Elementary School library, with a wall of windows looking over downtown Gatlinburg and the surrounding national park, librarian Pat Gunn ( MS ’90, EdS ’98) saw nothing but gray darkness and a red glow. For the 507 students and 85 staff members with her, this unremarkable Monday was about to become anything but routine.

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  • Jan Parks Cornett (’10) was born paralyzed, but that didn’t stop her from becoming an equestrian and participating in 5ks. Her two role models—Pat Summitt and Peyton Manning—inspired her along the way.

  • French may soon be taught in a new way thanks to a multidisciplinary team of students and professors developing a new app

  • Think you know your university history? Take a crack at the hardest (and most informative) UT quiz you may ever take.

  • With more than 3,100 students; about 700 faculty, staff, and retirees; about 400 alumni; and one bluetick coonhound, UT set the Guinness World Record for the largest human letter on…