What’s the first word that comes to mind when you think about political banter—whether it’s on TV, in print media, or on social media? Civility? Probably not. “Politics, Incivility, and the Media: The Need to Restore Dialogue and Debate” is the title of a discussion featuring four political and media experts that will be held at 7:00 p.m. on October 23 at the Baker Center Toyota Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.
Three Baker Ambassadors have a big idea to get the UT community to participate in the November 6 presidential election. Charleigh Cagle, Lisa Dicker, and Alexandra Chaisson led a voter registration drive at UT. The drive started September 26 and ends at 5:00 p.m. today. The three ambassadors said voting is an important and easy way to get involved with the government.
The presidential election is right around the corner. Are you registered to vote? Any students—in-state or out-of-state—who will be 18 or older on November 6 can register to vote in Knox County. Early voting will take place in the University Center from October 29 to November 1.
Students at the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy have launched a voter registration drive at UT Knoxville. The drive’s leaders—Baker Ambassadors Charleigh Cagle, Lisa Dicker, and Alexandra Chaisson—want the campus community to participate in the November 6 presidential election.
Election reform will be the focus of a one-day conference to be held March 5 at UT Knoxville. The conference, to be moderated by Edye Ellis, former broadcast news anchor for WBIR-TV Channel 10, will be held in the Toyota Auditorium of the Baker Center. The program is a joint effort of the Baker Center, the College of Law, the Department of Political Science and the American Studies Program.