It’s Tailgate Time in Tennessee! The ultimate tailgating experience on Rocky Top starts at Tailgate Tennessee, the official full-service tailgate park of Tennessee football. Whether you’re getting together with a few friends, or hosting a larger group, Tailgate Tennessee offers several affordable tailgate packages that provide all the fun with none of the hassle. You bring the crowd, Tailgate Tennessee does the rest! Learn more.
Are you looking for somewhere to watch the Vols game? Do you want to be surrounded by orange on football game days? Whether you’re at home or out of town there may be a UT Alumni Chapter TV Viewing Party near you.
Across the country, UT alumni chapters host viewing parties during football season. You can enjoy the company of others clad in orange to cheer on the Vols! Some areas have multiple locations for more game-viewing options.
Former Vols came home from the games in London with a total of ten medals—five of them gold. Read more…
Jay Rubenstein—Rhodes Scholar, history professor, and only the second UT faculty member to have won the prestigious MacArthur Fellowship—published the book Armies of Heaven: The First Crusade and the Quest for Apocalypse in late 2011. We recently enjoyed having coffee with Rubenstein, talking mostly about the Crusades and the “Clash of Civilizations.”
UT’s journey to become a Top 25 university is measured in many ways. One of those is the percentage of graduates who give back. On this front, UT trails behind many of our SEC counterparts. But you can stand up and be counted by investing in your university at whatever level you are able. Continue reading
Get ready, Vols fans! The twenty-third annual Big Orange Caravan will be out on the road May 7–23. Continue reading
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