The Division of Student Life invites the campus community for a series of discussions on Thursday to provide healing and reflection on national events that have occurred this summer.
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Several Student Life offices are hosting an open house from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Thursday, August 18, in Dunford Hall.
The UT men’s rugby club has a shot at playing for the national championship June 4 and 5 after earning a bid to the Penn Mutual Collegiate Rugby Championship for the first time in six years.
When death came knocking, all Makayla Claussen could think about was living long enough to earn her college degree. On Saturday, Claussen will achieve her goal. She will receive a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences. Claussen’s steep climb to graduation and the drive she has demonstrated to get there will make Saturday’s ceremony cause for a Big Orange celebration.
The Big Orange Meal Share allows students to donate their unused guest meals and allows others to contribute funds to benefit students in need.
This year, thousands of students, alumni, faculty, and staff will show their Volunteer spirit during Homecoming, scheduled for November 8–14. The Vols will take on the University of North Texas at noon Saturday, November 14, in Neyland Stadium.
Student Conduct and Community Standards is recruiting members for its 2016 Student Disciplinary Board and Greek Judicial Board, which are still currently operating under the existing code of conduct. Members of these Boards are charged with deciding whether the student or organization is responsible for the Standard of Conduct violation and the appropriate penalty for the violation.
Ninety-eight students will spend their fall break helping the impoverished, feeding the hungry, and assisting people with disabilities. Alternative Fall Break trips, coordinated through the Center for Leadership and Service, help fulfill the center’s mission to educate and engage all students to lead and serve in the global community.
Fall break is just around the corner, and Halloween is just a few weeks away. We’re almost halfway through the semester, but there’s still plenty for you to do around campus and in Knoxville. Here’s our top picks for five things for you to do this month.
On Friday, the university celebrated the midpoint of the largest building project in its history. More than thirty people lined up to cut the ceremonial orange ribbon, which spanned the width of UT’s new pedestrian bridge, at the dedication of the new Student Union.