As of Tuesday morning, the CDC and FDA have suggested that the distribution of the Johnson & Johnson Janssen COVID-19 vaccine be halted, and UT is now closing its April 13 vaccination clinic.
On Wednesday morning, the Clery Compliance sent out an email with information regarding a burglary and assault that occurred on Tuesday night.
VolCards and buildings on campus are undergoing electronic upgrades to improve security on campus.
On the evening of Monday, Feb. 1, the Office of Title IX sent out an email informing the UT community about an event that occurred Saturday night and into Sunday morning.
Last November, when administration announced that UT would not be providing hazard pay or a higher minimum wage for frontline campus workers, Brandon Risley, who works as a custodian in Hess Hall, was in disbelief.
A Clery Compliance report sent out Wednesday afternoon said that a carjacking occurred around 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 13 in the G-12 parking garage on UT’s campus.
According to a Clery Compliance report on the morning of Oct. 8, there has been a series of motor vehicle thefts and burglaries at the University of Tennessee.
On Oct. 5, UT released their Annual Security and Fire Safety Report for 2020, which can be found here.
Reporting positive test results is essential to the University of Tennessee in limiting the spread of COVID-19 on campus as well as in the community. At UT, faculty, students and staff are expected to notify the university as well as the UT contact tracing team when they have tested positive…
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.
Several photos have emerged showing students breaking social distance guidelines. Crowded parties at the LiterBoard Bar and large social gatherings in the Fort paint a grim picture. But what about the risk when on campus?
Chancellor Donde Plowman’s COVID-19 updates for Tuesday, Sept. 8 were, as she described in the livestream, “short and to the point.”
On Sept. 6, active coronavirus cases at the University of Tennessee surpassed 500. The case counts rose by 221 since Sept. 3. As of Sept. 6, the active coronavirus cases at UT are 590: six employees and 584 students.
Of all student organizations, fraternities and sororities may stand to lose the most due to COVID-related conduct policies.
According to the most recent COVID-19 active case numbers on Aug. 30, cases have risen by 57 since Aug. 28, just two days prior.
According to an article from WBIR-TV, the second COVID-19 cluster has been discovered as two members of the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority at the University of Tennessee have tested positive for the coronavirus.
According to a Clery Compliance report Tuesday evening, there has been an ongoing campus threat occurring near the Institute of Agriculture at the University of Tennessee.
With classes resuming and students, faculty and staff returning to campus this fall, many are wondering about how to properly social distance themselves and stay safe in the backdrop of a global pandemic.
In the wake of the continuing coronavirus pandemic, the United States Department of Agriculture has relaxed requirements for student emergency food services.
UT campus phones were not receiving incoming calls Tuesday morning, according to a news release sent out by UT Police, after severe storms passed through Middle Tennessee.
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…
The UT Clery Compliance has released their 2019 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, available here. The report contains detailed information about emergency and crime reporting protocol, and it also reports statistics regarding the number of crimes that occurred on and around campus from…
The UT Police Department received a report Wednesday of a sexual assault near campus, according to an email from the UT Clery Compliance Coordinator.
The topic of campus safety has been circulating the nation the past week after news was released about the death of a University of South Carolina student. Samantha Josephson, set to graduate the university in May, was murdered after she got in a car that she mistook for her Uber.
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.
The Knoxville Police Department is looking for a suspect on the run after one of their officers was attacked after the Tennessee-Missouri football game.
This morning at 11:15 a.m., the UT Police Department (UTPD) and the UT Medical Center partnered up for a lecture to inform students of how to respond in the event of an active shooter and how to stop the bleeding of someone who is fatally wounded. The statistics used in the active shooter po…
Scam artists can be considered one of the oldest professions in society. It is, of course, not a noble profession, but it's one that seems to continuously pop up in each new age under a different disguise waiting to trick a naive individual. The age of technology is no different.
As students are either moving to campus for the first time or coming back to Knoxville to start another year, parents’ anxieties likely rise with each passing day.
In light of a recent bomb scare that Knoxville Police Department officers responded to on Cumberland Avenue, safety is a concern for students across campus. Cumberland Avenue, referred to as The Strip, is frequented by students daily. From traveling to class to grabbing food on Friday night,…