What’s it like?

There are some extraordinary things in life that not all of us will experience. We may never know what it’s like to fly or to be one of the lucky ones to survive cancer. In the UT family, we have people who have done some amazing things. We’ll let them tell you more, as they answer the question, “What’s it like?” Continue reading

The Art of Making Art

Take a look at the UT Printmaking program, which is ranked fourth in the nation, and student Ashton Ludden. Her printmaking work poses questions about the morality of the meat industry and animal agriculture. Continue reading

Torchbearer Stories

UT celebrated the eightieth anniversary of the Torchbearer award, as former recipients of UT’s highest student honor reunited in October. … Continue reading

Remembering 9/11: Where Were You?

We all remember where we were when we heard about the 9/11 terrorist attacks ten years ago. Share your 9/11 memories, and join us as we look back at that historic day and its undeniable impact on the decade that followed. Continue reading

A Sears Renaissance

For more than eighty years, the Sears Tower has dominated the skyline in Memphis but has been empty for nearly two decades. Now, Christopher Miner (’95) is hoping to breathe new life into the building by transforming it into an urban village to serve as a gathering place for Memphis artists. Continue reading