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’s Spirit Teams competed over the weekend at the 2017 Universal Cheerleaders Association and Universal Dance Association College National Championships at ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Florida.
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.
What role do alternative fuel vehicles play in the future of the global energy system?
The 2017 legislative session began Tuesday, and in the next few months, thousands of bills and resolutions will be introduced by our elected representatives.
Legendary American pilot Amelia Earhart may not have perished in a plane crash as many have long assumed. A group of researchers believe she died as a castaway on a remote island, and Richard Jantz, professor emeritus of anthropology and director emeritus of UT’s Forensic Anthropology Center, is helping to provide the scientific evidence to back up that claim.
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.
Bill Hardwig in the Department of English and Sidi Kazunga in the Haslam College of Business Office of Undergraduate Programs have been honored for their advising work.
The spring semester brings several big campus improvement milestones, beginning with the opening of the new Stokely Family Residence Hall. Inside the building, the Fresh Food Company, a new POD Market, and a Starbucks WPS open today to all students, faculty, staff and visitors. Jamba Juice, also serving Starbucks coffee, in TRECS opens today. Strong Hall, a state-of-the-art classroom and laboratory building on Cumberland Avenue, will open its doors in mid-March.
Every weekend in January, a charter bus will transport Knoxville shoppers to Gatlinburg with the goal of helping businesses recover from the tourism slump that followed the Nov. 28 fire.