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Throughout this entire week, the Student Alumni Association (SAA) has been celebrating alumni and other university donors. The festivities have been leading up to the week’s main event: Big Orange Give.

Josh and Maggie take on PCB. If you are a freshman at UT you have no doubt heard of this on-campus dining hall. See how Josh and Maggie rank PCB in their ongoing mission to find the best place to get a bite to eat in Knoxville.

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Join Austin Orr as he recaps the 12th week of the 2019 Fall Semester in this episode of the Weekly Wrap-Up!

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Conlan Burbrink, a senior student in UT’s Herbert College of Architecture majoring in turfgrass management and science, was recently selected as this year’s winner of the Toro Super Bowl Sports Turfgrass Training Program. Each year, the competition from the garden company Toro grants one luc…

Madison Castle asks students what mascot they would choose if they owned a basketball team. Make sure to check out the basketball special issue of the Daily Beacon at any of our locations today! Check back for more basketball content as we enter the basketball season!

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The University of Tennessee Police Department consistently releases a report of crime that has happened on and around the UT campus. Here is the most recent report. It will be updated regularly. LINK: https://clery.utk.edu/crime-log/

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On a stage adorned with orange and white flowers, amongst campus leaders ranging from Student Government President Natalie Campbell to Interim President of the University of Tennessee System Randy Boyd, University of Tennessee Knoxville Chancellor Donde Plowman was honored with an investitur…

Last year, the state of Tennessee released the Comptroller’s Report condemning Sexual Awareness and Empowerment at Tennessee (SEAT), the student organization that puts on UT’s annual Sex Week. The organization has been at the center of administrative and state controversy for years.

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For first-generation college students, the adjustment from home life to collegiate life can be more challenging than it is for most. In addition to being the first in their families to attend college, many of these students come from lower socioeconomic backgrounds or underrepresented communities.

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Andrei Tarkovsky’s “Solaris” was the latest installment in the Department of Libraries’ Foreign and Independent Film Series. Viewings are held on the first Tuesday of each month throughout the fall semester.

The 2019-20 Vols basketball season is upon us at Rocky Top. This has a few varying implications from football season, but parking nevertheless is still an area of concern for fans traveling here to see the game.

If you don’t know anything about basketball then this article is for you. I’m not sure why you would pick up the basketball special issue if you don’t know anything about the sport, but I’m glad you did.

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As football season rapidly nears its end, UT fans are beginning to anticipate the beginning of basketball season. The UT men’s basketball team finished in the Sweet 16 — the top 16 teams of the NCAA — during the 2018-2019 school year, so anticipation has been building as fans await another h…

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Join Austin Orr as he recaps the eleventh week of the 2019 Fall Semester in this episode of the Weekly Wrap-Up!

Before Saturday evening’s Homecoming game, UT celebrated the groundbreaking of several new monuments on campus. The nine monuments will be dedicated to the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), and each monument will represent one of UT’s nine historically African American sororities and fra…

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As the leaves begin to change colors and the temperature drops, many bask in the beauty of the autumn season in Knoxville. However, for those who are left without basic necessities, the colder months can be difficult.

College is expensive. The prices of tuition, textbooks, housing and food quickly add up to the thousands, leaving full-time college students often struggling to make end’s meet. Furthermore, the necessity of other random supplies that cost money, such as Green Books and Scantron sheets, is c…

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Some may know that retired astronaut Scott Kelly is an alumnus of UT, but there are a few things you may not know about this alumnus who is known as the man who spent a year in space.

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This summer, two Volunteer legends joined the Boston Celtics organization. One was Grant Williams, the star forward for UT basketball who was drafted with the twenty-second pick in the NBA Draft. The other was Kara Lawson, who was hired as an assistant coach for the Celtics.

Rumors on a college campus often spread quickly and sometimes almost uncontrollably. Whether it be how Dean Shea hurt her foot, or how we may or may not have bodies buried underneath our football field, UT is certainly not lacking in rumors.