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On campus at the Black Cultural Center is the African American Hall of Fame. This Hall of Fame gives the spotlight to notable African Americans who have made an important impact at the University of Tennessee. From students to faculty, this list goes over just a few of its notable members an…

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It’s difficult to nail down a single definition of what intersectionality is. The concept itself is at once a critical research framework and also a trendy term used by social justice advocates online, who splash it across social media pages and slap it onto laptops and water bottles in a va…

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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 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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With all the changes this pandemic continues to bring, many students have decided to stay home this semester. While this can give students more flexibility, it can be hard to feel connected to UT and fellow Volunteers.

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It’s already hard enough to make new friends at college, but with the current COVID-19 pandemic grinding the social scene to a halt, meeting new people is next to impossible.

Applications to receive monetary support through the Student Emergency Fund are now open online. The fund was created through UT’s fundraising resource, VOLStarter, to support students who are facing financial hardships as a result of the outbreak of coronavirus.

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The parking system here at UT can be confusing to some, with several different types of passes and many different areas where students, staff, faculty and the general public can park.