What you may have missed in recent issues
Looking for a modern home with spectacular views of the Tennessee River, a rooftop garden, an infinity moat with drawbridge, a secure arsenal, and an escape stairwell to your very own boat canal—you know, in case of a zombie apocalypse? Well, look no further!
A street in the new Sorority Village at UT was 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.
You’ve seen them all over Facebook and Pinterest—mischievous elves that like to make flour snow angels on the counter and hang out with Barbie. But it all started with Carol Aebersold (’70) and her elf, Fisbee.
Artist Lee Benson (’84, ’86, ’90) remembers when his sons, Aaron (’09) and Zach (’11), used to play with the wood and clay in his studio. More than a decade later, the three are collaborating on their first professional project as a team.