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If you’ve never thought of a skillet as a work of art, you’ve probably never seen a Borough Furnace skillet. John Truex (’04) crafts each one from scrap iron in a furnace he designed himself. Continue reading

With a career that began at the Daily Beacon, Paige Braddock (’85) has captured readers with thriving comic strips and is the gatekeeper for all things Peanuts Continue reading

One-time Latin teacher Frank P. Albright was among the Monuments Men who helped save some of Europe’s most important art and cultural treasures from the ravages of World War II. Continue reading

For most students, game day means tailgating and parties. For junior Jessica Henderson—the second woman ever to serve as drum major of the Pride of the Southland Band—it means maintaining a long tradition of excellence and precision Continue reading

Though Valisia LeKae (A&S ’01) earned a degree in psychology, she knew the stage is where she really wanted to be. Now, she has a Tony Award nomination under her belt for her portrayal of Diana Ross in Motown the Musical. Continue reading

Broadway and Beyond

Conrad Ricamora (’12) was still a student at UT when he found out he would be one of the stars of the critically acclaimed musical Here Lies Love in New York. And soon, the award-winning actor may be making his way to your television. Continue reading

Making College More Accessible

Our responsibility as a land grant institution is to ensure that all of Tennessee’s best students can attend the state’s flagship research university. A number of new initiatives are now helping to open our doors even wider. Continue reading