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Knoxville is a bustling city that houses UT, and this means the population’s demographic is primarily younger adults, specifically in the Fort Sanders area of Knoxville proper. Businesses are very aware of this population makeup and create operation hours that can bring in these young adults…

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Meals of Hope came to UT on Thursday in accordance with Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, which runs from Nov. 14-18. They hosted “Pack to Give Back,” which essentially brought volunteers from both UT’s campus and also the greater Knoxville community to put together meal packages for t…

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It has been around a month since the opening of Thai Time, a new restaurant in Knoxville. The restaurant is owned by the same family that opened Jai Dee Thai and Japanese on UT’s campus.

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It is fall in Knoxville, and with countless places to visit, it is hard to decide which stop needs to be made first during this cozy season. Nothing says fall like a warm coffee shop where students can go to grab a delicious coffee and study for the upcoming finals season. Here are three cof…

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When analyzing the success of any restaurant, food is one of the most important factors to check off. When it comes to A Dopo, devoting focus to the tastiness of their pizza is something that they take pride in. But what this restaurant values equally to their food is the relationships betwe…

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One of the most enduring urban legends this time of year is the myth of Halloween candy tampering. Every year, stories of booby-trapped bowls and poisoned sweets make their rounds, but is there any truth to these stories?

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Living in the south, it can be difficult for members of the LGBTQ+ community to find spaces where they feel loved and accepted for who they are. The city of Knoxville, however, has many different opportunities to find restaurants, clubs, organizations and places to engage in various social e…

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UT Homecoming has been around since 1916, when over 300 UT alumni came together for a UT vs. Vanderbilt football game, where UT had an upset victory winning 10-6. However, Homecoming was not an annual occurrence on campus until after World War II.

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On Friday, the International House held its annual festival on Pedestrian Walkway. Hundreds of students crowded the area scoping out fresh foods from around the world.