Hair salons and coffee don’t often mix, but one store in Knoxville has decided to try it out.
The latest installment in an effort to spread green initiatives across UT's orange campus will eventually eliminate paper towel holders in restrooms.
Every month for the past four years, the McClung Museum has brought the narrative of black Civil War soldiers fighting for their freedom back to life through the first-hand accounts of the 1st Regiment, U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery.
Elias Bongmba of Rice University discussed how lesbian African women are disproportionately subject to abuse and discrimination throughout the continent Monday evening.
UT's Sexual Empowerment and Awareness at Tennessee (SEAT) hosted its annual Sex Week carnival Sunday afternoon. While the games were carnival-style, the Sex Week Carnival added its own element to each game.
For students, saving money is difficult with the continuous rise of rent, consistent tuition increases and stagnant wages throughout the county, and every penny saved adds up.
UT's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) class provides students with a unique classroom experience through its partnership with the Mondelez International company.
Across the U.S., discussions of safety on campuses have headlined the news. While most UT students feel safe on campus, surveys and reports have shown that campus safety is still a work in progress.
Neil Hilborn, college National Poetry Slam champion, will perform his poetry about mental illness Tuesday evening in the Alumni Memorial Building after being invited by the Campus Events Board (CEB).
In 2017, students reported 102 more Title IX violations than in 2016 to various offices at UT for 297 total complaints, according to the annual Title IX report released Monday morning.
Following a resurgence of do-it-yourself and do-it-with-others projects nationwide, the Maker’s Club looks to bring the spirit of the maker movement to UT campus.
The Business Analytics Society brings together students with a common interest in the subject to prepare for their futures while learning more about the modern world.
Political commentator and senior editor of conservative magazine National Review Jonah Goldberg will be giving a talk in Strong Hall 101 on March 6 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
UT students, faculty and staff will join former NFL player Wade Davis in a discussion regarding homophobia in American sports next week.
When Grow Bioplastics was launched in 2015, its founders had a big vision: Replace oil-based plastics everywhere with naturally decomposing ones.
Friday evening, the International House hosted the International Dance Competition in Cox Auditorium in the Alumni Memorial Building from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
In the 36 years since Henry Hartsfield — a UT alumnus who piloted the space shuttle Columbia — ventured into outer space, eight other Volunteer alumni have followed in his footsteps and have spent a collective total of 993 days in space.
Women in STEM fields will be able to share their research at the 4th annual STEM Research Symposium on March 1 at the Howard Baker Center.
The third annual Fleming-Morrow Distinguished Lecture series will continue the effort to celebrate and institutionalize African-American history at UT next week.