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On UT’s campus pre-COVID-19, chalk outlines with the phrase “Let’s chalk about it” and other positive messages could often be seen dotting sidewalks and Pedestrian Walkway. Those messages are typically written by the UTK chapter of Active Minds, an organization that aims to change the conver…

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Many people experience food insecurity, and this crisis may have been exacerbated by the fallout effects of COVID-19. However, this pandemic has not stopped some Vols in providing food for those in need. 

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The next chapter of the Weekly Wrap-Up begins! Your host Austin Orr is going into retirement! Stay tuned to the end of the episode for the reveal of the new co-hosts of the Weekly Wrap-Up!

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Last week's International Festival brought together Vols of all cultures! Take a peak into volunteer diversity with an inside look at the 2020 International Fest!

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Students at this week's International Festival answer the question, "what language does UT speak?"

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Dr. Mark Tabone grew up in a small town in Maine, graduating high school when he was barely 17 years old. Before he went off to the University of Maine when he was 18, he took a year off and spent most of his time reading. 

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On this week's episode of the Weekly Wrap-Up we take a look at the UT Culinary Boot Camp, TheCost of Hate Symposium, and the How to Vote Workshop!

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On this week's episode of the Weekly Wrap-Up we take a look at the Shakespeare Off The Square, this Saturday's UT football game, the Knoxville Horror Film Fest, and more!

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World College Radio Day is an international event, but began in the United States. Because many college radio stations are primarily self-sufficient when it comes to funding, the day was enacted as a way to celebrate and bring awareness of college radio.

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With Les Matthews’s retirement, the UT System was posed with the task of finding a replacement for the System’s Chief Information Officer. They recently selected Ramon Padilla Jr., who is currently serving as the Vice Chancellor and Chief Information Officer at Minnesota State Colleges and U…

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Though the U.S. Cycling Challenge has ended, that does not mean you cannot still enjoy a nice bike ride. If you have no one to bike with and are looking for a community of individuals with similar interests, UT’s Cycling Club has you covered.

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Every year since 1983, the news publication “U.S. News and World Report” has published an annual ranking of American universities. The 2021 report, released on Sept. 14, placed the University of Tennessee at 112th nationally and 57th among all public universities.