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Dr. Henri Grissino-Mayer, a former professor in the geography department, resigned last September while he was under investigation for sexual misconduct. The report of a year-long internal probe into the situation was recently released and uncovered several instances of sexual harassment con…

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A fugitive wanted for the robbery and murder of Shamar “Fifty” Lewis, who was shot on Ben Allen Road in Nashville in February 2018, was captured around noon on campus, according to Knoxville News Sentinel. 25-year-old Jyshon Forbes was working as a UT custodian when he was apprehended by U.S…

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The UT community officially welcomed Chancellor Donde Plowman this Wednesday in the Student Union.

In recent years, the University of Tennessee has been the site of several hate crimes targeted at various minority groups. Just last school year, “The Rock” was painted with swastikas, and UT currently ranks #3 on the Princeton Review’s list of the most LGBTQ Unfriendly Universities. Discrim…

SGA President, Vice President, and Student Services Director sit down with photo editor Gabriela Szymanowska to talk about the upcoming school year.

Girls ran to their sorority homes on Wednesday during Bid Day 2019.

University of Tennessee students gathered at Sorority Village, 2629 Ann Baker Furrow Blvd, on Wednesday, Aug. 21 during the annual Bid Day celebration, the last day of recruitment for sororities as new members find out which sorority they have been accepted to join.

A reception was held on the first floor of the Student Union on the first day of classes Wednesday, Aug. 21 as a way to not only welcome Chancellor Donde Plowman, but also giving Chancellor Plowman an opportunity to meet the campus community.

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UTPD has welcomed their newest K-9 officer and first black Labrador retriever, two-and-a-half-year old trained to detect explosives named Kale — yes, like the vegetable.

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UT incoming freshmen and returning students gathered at the corner of Volunteer Boulevard and Pat Head Summit Street on Tuesday, Aug. 20 for the 5th Annual Slap the Rock event hosted by the Student Government Association as a way for students to make their mark on campus.

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Football fans woke up to a long-awaited announcement from the university: Tennessee has officially joined the contingent of athletic programs to take advantage of the SEC’s new alcohol sales policy.

The official move-in day for on campus residence halls is Saturday, meaning hundreds of new and returning students will be moving into buildings across campus.

The Knoxville Beer Board has opened the door for beer sales at UT sporting and non-sporting events, granting Aramark Sports and Entertainment Services, LLC a beer permit Tuesday.

Student programming was a hot topic at Friday afternoon’s Board of Trustees meeting, with UT Student Government Association President Natalie Campbell addressing the board as a representative for students at each UT System campus.

As many college students can attest to, food is an important part of any student’s daily life while on campus. Many UT students have meal plans and a variety of options for meals throughout the day.

In 2011, id Software released “Rage,” a quasi-open world first person shooter which garnered mixed reception from audiences and critics alike. As the years went by, it seemed as if there was little to no chance of “Rage” ever getting a sequel. 

To many people, home is somewhere reliable and consistent—somewhere you can always return to for stability. That wasn’t the case for Nicholas Bashore growing up. He was used to his home changing drastically and often, as his family moved around.

Fifteen-year-old Thomas Hughes has loved playing video games for as long as he can remember, but he never guessed he would one day be making money playing a game he loves.