“The Trojans… are Ancient History.” That was the theme of Homecoming 2012. The week began with a judging of participating campus organizations’ banners, progressed to the Homecoming Parade with Grand Marshal Chamique Holdsclaw, and continued with a laugh from Leanne Morgan at the comedy show. But how did the week end? Continue reading
A street in the new Sorority Village at the UT will be named in honor of Ann Baker Furrow, a 1967 alumna and pioneering female golfer who also was the first woman to serve on the UT Board of Trustees.
Hundreds turned out for Today‘s live broadcast from the Hill on October 1. The fourth-hour fun showcased a myriad of student groups and segments such as a quiz show, ambush makeovers, “Sara Goes Back to College,” how to tailgate, and a live performance by country music artist Kip Moore.
All Campus Events (ACE) began the spring semester with the eightieth annual All-Sing competition. The Baptist Collegiate Ministry took home first place with their theme “O Brother Where Art Thou.” Continue reading
The tradition of Carnicus returns to Knoxville this April with “The Circus Returns: The 100th Anniversary of Carnicus.” Continue reading
UT Libraries add Vols’ football programs to digital collections Continue reading
Musicians team up with UT’s NIMBioS to create original songs about scientific themes, with the goal of using these songs to communicate scientific concepts to the public in a way that’s more entertaining than draining. Continue reading
The United States’ relationship with the Middle East has the potential to change greatly in the years to come, and the next generation of American diplomats, scholars, and citizens should better understand this complex region. To that end, UT is creating a new Arabic studies program to give students in-depth instruction about the Middle East. Continue reading
Most people with pets know that coming home to their dog or cat at the end of the day can produce a sense of relief or contentment. Now, a UT program is bringing the positive power of pet therapy to nursing homes, schools, and other facilities across nearly all of northeast Tennessee. Continue reading