Artist iO Tillet Wright will bring her “Self Evident Truths” project to Knoxville March 11–13 as part of a two-week tour of eleven cities. As part of her visit, she will be speaking on campus and photographing people to be part of her project.
The Ready for the World Café will spice up diners’ lunches on Tuesday, March 6, with traditional Indian fare. The lunch will consist of intermezzo, or small appetizer, salad, entrée, and dessert. Advance tickets are available in the Jessie Harris Building or at 974-6645. The cost is $12, and the faculty–staff discount applies.
The Ready for the World Café will head way down south on Tuesday, February 28, featuring traditional dishes from Brazil. The menu includes Brazilian shrimp pie, asparagus salad, beef with caramelized onions, and coconut truffles. The cost is $12. Tickets are available in the Jessie Harris Building or at 974-6645.
Book lovers can show the UT Libraries some love by hitting the pavement March 3. The Graduate Student Senate is hosting the twentieth annual Love Your Libraries 5K Race. Proceeds from the event will help the libraries buy electronic resources, books, equipment, and other critical items for students.
The Ready for the World Café will take diners on a gastronomical journey across the Pacific on Tuesday, February 21. The café will serve up Japanese cuisine.
After a highly successful fall season as a weekly full-service international luncheon series, the Ready for the World Café is now gearing up for a delicious ten-week spring run. It will begin on Tuesday, February 14, with cuisine from Ireland.
Today is the first day of RecycleMania. What have you recycled today? RecycleMania is a friendly eight-week competition between universities across the country to promote waste reduction activities to their campus communities.
On Wednesday the campus launched its new “Big Orange. Big Ideas.” campaign, which aims to enhance the university’s reputation and help UT reach its Top 25 goal. Despite the gloomy weather on launch day, Volunteers from around campus came out to celebrate the effort.
UT Knoxville has unveiled an exciting new look that embraces UT’s colors, energy, achievements, and enthusiasm. The campaign introduces the world to UT—Big Orange. Big Ideas.
Last October, the campus competed in the Environmental Protection Agency’s Game Day Recycling Challenge, a friendly nationwide contest to determine which university can reduce the most waste during a football game day. In total, seventy-five universities competed in five categories: recycling, trash diversion, greenhouse gas reduction, organics reduction, and waste minimization.