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

Leadership Knoxville Scholars

Program pairs community mentors with upperclassmen to help create a leadership legacy in service to Knoxville. Continue reading

Cinema Studies Grads Talk Inspiration

We asked the inaugural group of UT cinema studies majors to talk about a film that changed their lives and what’s in store for the future. Continue reading

Sketching His Future

College Scholar John McAmis began his studies in architecture, but couldn’t shake his passion for animation. Now, he is the university’s only animation major. Continue reading

Teach a Man to Fish

Journalism students with the Medal of Honor Project recently documented the efforts of Project Healing Water, which helps rehabilitate wounded veterans through fly fishing outings and education. Continue reading

Tennessee Royalty

Mary Costa—singer, actress, cultural ambassador, and Disney princess Continue reading


Fadi Saleh’s mash-up videos of President Obama “singing” along to popular songs on YouTube, known as Baracksdubs, have been watched by millions. Continue reading

Glass Shop

With more than thirty years of experience in design, repair, and fabrication of scientific glass pieces, Bo Bishop’s work is … Continue reading