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Earlier this fall, UT announced its self-isolation policies for students living on campus. Since then, however, little information about the university’s quarantine processes has been widely shared. But as the semester comes to a close, and UT prepares for another term amid a pandemic, the q…

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Businesses across the country have struggled to find safe and sustainable ways to operate during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is easy to imagine how issues surrounding COVID-19 might compound when a business owner is deaf.

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Due to COVID-19, students are experiencing a longer winter break than usual to encourage students not to travel more than necessary during the pandemic. While some people are staying in Knoxville, some are leaving, making it hard to be with friends. Here are some ways to stay connected with …

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It's time for the Weekly Wrap-Up with your co-hosts Lexi O’Haver— and Sami Roebuck— Catch up on everything that happened this week on UT's campus!

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On Friday afternoon, Nov. 20, Laura Leibman joined the Fern and Manfred Steinfeld Program in Judaic Studies at UT to give a talk on her book “The Art of the Jewish Family: A History of Women in Early New York in Five Objects.”

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If you happened to find yourself in a bathroom of the Humanities and Social Sciences building in the past few weeks, you might have noticed something peculiar: greenish brown water flowing from the sink faucets.

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It’s no secret that newspapers across the country — especially those with smaller circulations — suffered this year. While the battle between print and digital has been raging on for decades now, the decreased personal interaction of the pandemic has led to a decline in pick-up rates for phy…

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The day after an election night with no clear presidential winner, Dean of Students Shea Kidd Houze hosted an election debriefing titled “The Day After” in the latest installment of her office’s “Rocky Topics” event series. The event was planned months before it became clear that the results…

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It's time for the Weekly Wrap-Up with your co-hosts Lexi O’Haver and Sami Roebuck Catch up on everything that happened this week on UT's campus!

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UTK Chancellor Donde Plowman explains why she votes as a part of our collaboration with UTK's Commission for Women and Lumos Media Services.

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UT custodians and supporters gathered Friday in front of the Torchbearer at Circle Park to demand hazard pay from the university. Attendees held up signs in solidarity as students, custodians and one faculty member spoke out in support of providing hazard pay of $2.50 and raising the minimum…

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As the month comes to a close, the UT Ewing Gallery of Art + Architecture has just wrapped its second exhibition of the fall semester.

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We have been posting videos about voting every day on our Instagram! Check out this compilation of voices 71-80 from our 100 Voices About Voting Countdown!

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Passionate about politics and looking to get involved on campus? A political student organization might be a great way to find like-minded people all while expanding your own thinking. Here are a few of the major political, government and law associated students organizations at UT. 

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With the election coming up, everyone must choose a presidential candidate that they want to see in office. The main two parties being talked about in the media are Democratic and Republican.