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Last year, UT was ranked as the second least friendly college campuses towards members of the LGBTQ community by the Princeton Review. In looking at UT’s relationship with the gay community, it’s important to think about all aspects of the university to understand this ranking. So, we look t…

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Actions have a tendency to speak louder than words, and the university’s words on certain topics may feel hollow or “just for show.” However, concrete policy changes and additions demonstrate an institute’s true intent.

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Yellow school buses are typically thought to only be used at K-12 schools. However, this is not the case in Knox County. School buses rented by UT’s Greek organizations can be seen lining the streets of the Fort or Fraternity Park to transport their members to various social events.

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Just as they have every year since the 1990s, the anti-abortion Center for Bio-Ethical Reform (CBR) set up a large display on Pedestrian Walkway last week featuring photos from the Holocaust and American lynchings placed alongside images of fetal tissue, which the group says depict aborted fetuses.

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The world can be a scary place. While we’d like to avoid them, emergencies happen, and it can be frightening to send your child off into the world on their own. Luckily, UT has a ton of emergency resources meant to keep your child safe and to help give you a sound mind.

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Perhaps the pandemic made us forget what it meant to be on campus with nearly 30,000 other students. Perhaps too many people who could have walked to their first day of class decided to drive instead. Or perhaps, with one of the largest student populations in UT history, we have simply arriv…

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With nearly 30,000 students enrolled at the University of Tennessee, it can seem almost impossible to stay on top of the sanitization that is necessary to control the spread of the coronavirus. 

UT administration has installed two cameras that now livestream footage of the Rock, an on-campus structure that is often painted by students and organizations. The Rock was placed on campus in 1966 and, ever since, the Rock has been one of the staple features of UT’s campus and painting the…

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Knoxville is located in the Appalachian region, which means we are pretty likely to get at least a little snow during the winter season. But even if it snows, classes aren’t always guaranteed to be cancelled. Here is the ultimate inclement weather guide to keep you protected.

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