Saturday marked the sixth day of the 2018 Bird Dog National Championship (BDNC) at Ames Plantation in Grand Junction, Tennessee.
Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trips give UT students the opportunity to dedicate their vacation time to volunteering for a particular issue within today's society.
Matthew Heimbach’s “National Socialism or Death” college speaking tour began Saturday afternoon in Buehler Hall despite opposition and protest from the UT community.
About 250 UT students and community members marched Saturday to protest a white nationalist event held by Matthew Heimbach, founder of the Traditionalist Worker Party (TWP).
Walking into Marilyn Kallet's office, it becomes clear it is the space of an English professor who finds her passion through creativity and teaching.
Lecia Brooks, outreach director for the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), spoke on “Standing Against Hate and Extremism” during a special presentation Thursday evening.
The UT Police Department (UTPD) announced security plans for Saturday regarding the arrival of the Traditionalist Worker Party (TWP), a white nationalist group.
On Tuesday evening, the Student Government Association (SGA) Senate gathered to discuss a proposed bill regarding white supremacist organization Traditionalist Worker Party (TWP).
Students gathered in Strong Hall Monday evening to hear Eboo Patel, founder of Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC), speak on interfaith leadership at UT.
In celebration of Black History Month, the African-American literature series intends to present significant African-American literary figures to the community.
The Alzheimer’s Association will be hosting its annual spring Caregiver Conference on Friday, March 9, at St. John’s Episcopal Church.
Associate professor of early American history Christopher Magra finds meaning in the present through the past and shares this passion with students.
In a lecture at the I-House Wednesday night, culinary historian Michael W. Twitty explored the cultural traditions and history surrounding Southern food.
Chancellor Beverly Davenport again condemned racism and white supremacist groups in an email sent out in the evening on Wednesday, Feb. 7.
UT has welcomed Sara Bradberry, the newly minted assistant dean and director of student services for UT's graduate school, with open arms this spring.
Founder of non-profit Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) Eboo Patel will be coming to UT to discuss the concept of interfaith leadership Monday, Feb. 12.
The 13th Annual Black Issues Conference took place on Saturday, Feb. 3 in AMB, where participants engaged in topics concerning the black community.