The McClung Museum will host a family fun day celebrating the Chinese New Year from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday.
The Department of History will hold a symposium on the historical nature of the 2016 presidential election from 5 to 6:30 p.m. today.
For three decades—long before the popularity of the CSI television series—the Forensic Anthropology Center has been on the forefront of forensic anthropology, turning out research and training law enforcement to solve crimes and identify the remains of unknown individuals.
Joy Harjo, who holds the chair of excellence in UT’s creative writing program, will open the spring Writers in the Library reading series on Monday, January 23.
WBIR reported on Monday’s MLK Day of Service where students picked up trash, cleaned headstones, and helped rebuild the walking path in Knoxville’s historic Odd Fellows Cemetery.
Tennessee Athletics highlighted a few people who represent historical firsts for the university and the athletics department during a halftime “Celebration of Diversity, Inclusion and Realization of Dreams” at a women’s basketball game.
The university is closed Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Several events honoring the achievements of the late civil rights leader will be happening around campus.
The twelfth Annual Black Issues Conference, coordinated by Multicultural Student Life and the student chapter of NAACP, is 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, February 4, in the Alumni Memorial Building.
The 2017 legislative session began Tuesday, and in the next few months, thousands of bills and resolutions will be introduced by our elected representatives.
From significant events to famous visitors to the loss of a great friend, 2016 was chock-full of moments the Volunteer family will never forget.