Campus organizations are gearing up for a host of fall- and Halloween-themed events.
A growing number of UT students are opting to study, conduct research, serve, and do internships abroad.
More than 90 Volunteers will head to six cities this week to lend a hand to populations in need during the Alternative Fall Break program offered through UT’s Center for Leadership and Service.
For UT senior Steve Keritsis being tired—to the point that it’s sometimes impossible for him to get out of bed—is a symptom of a chronic condition he struggles to manage each day.
UT celebrates a notable milestone this year: the 30th anniversary of the John C. Hodges Library.
Through that Apollo 17 mission 45 years ago, geoscientist Lawrence “Larry” Taylor—who would go on to establish UT’s Earth and Planetary Sciences program—formed a longtime friendship and collaboration with astronaut Harrison “Jack” Schmitt that would come to shape the collaboration between the university and NASA.
For the first time in 30 years, UT’s Homecoming Parade route will return to Cumberland Avenue.
For the first time in 30 years, UT’s Homecoming Parade route will return to Cumberland Avenue. The university’s Homecoming Committee has teamed up with the Cumberland Avenue Merchants Association for the parade and a post-parade celebration.
When it comes to studying abroad, it’s easy to get swept up in what’s trending. If you’re looking for something a little our of the ordinary, check out these destinations.
A change to the academic calendar is coming for the 2019-2020 academic year. Starting that year—two years from now—classes will no longer be held on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving.