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One of the three campaigns running in this year’s Student Government Association elections is Forward. Forward is made up of Claire Donelan, running for student body president, Reginald Williams II, running for vice president, Nia Myrthil for student services director and Simon Jolly for exe…

The 2021 Student Government Association campaign season is underway. Voting for SGA elections begins on Wednesday, April 21 at 8 a.m. and closes on Friday, April 23 at 5 p.m. Students can vote at votesga.utk.edu.

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Chandler Lampe and Nick Corbin are the Director and Co-Director of SGA's Technology Affairs student services committee. Last Fall, they approached OIT about potentially having VolCard access on their phones. This fall, their idea will become a reality.

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The Student Government Association (SGA) senate convened in the Student Union for its first meeting of the new school year — which also happens to be the 100-year anniversary of SGA. The meeting, which was focused on introducing senate executives and outlining expectations for the year, comm…

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Picture this: It’s spring semester. There’s a slight breeze blowing while you make your way down Pedestrian Walkway. As you look up from your phone, you see them: SGA campaign booths.

Presidential , Vice Presidential and Student Services Director candidates discuss their campaigns' position on issues including student programming, mental health, and diversity.

Presidential , Vice Presidential and Student Services Director candidates discuss their campaigns' position on issues including student programming, mental health, and diversity.

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With Thanksgiving around the corner and one semester and a summer under my belt as Student Body President, I wanted to write a note about what I am thankful for.

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There is a place in Knoxville where time has stood still for nearly 20 years, tucked away from society behind a brick wall. In 1998, Coca-Cola heiress Eugenia Williams passed away leaving her property and mansion to the University of Tennessee, which until recently had stood nearly abandoned…