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According to Feeding America, 12.3% of households in Knox County experienced food insecurity pre-pandemic, and the rate is projected to rise to 13.3% through 2021. With supply-chain issues raising prices on groceries, many in the community are struggling to afford food, let alone all the fan…

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As the second event in their Homecoming Week calendar of festivities, the Office of Multicultural Student Life and the Multicultural Mentoring Program (MMP) hosted their 12th annual Freshman Pageant on Wednesday. Themed as “A Night at the Casino,” the show featured talent performances, an op…

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Airing in 2003, “The Bachelorette” has become a widely known series, famous for the drama, romance and entertainment it brings to its viewers. Tuesday night kicked off the 18th season of the show, with Minnesotan elementary school teacher and runner-up of season 25 of “The Bachelor” Michelle…

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It’s difficult to bring up journalism these days without hearing the term, “fake news.” Although Donald Trump claims to have coined the term in 2016, fake news has been around much longer than the past five years. In fact, according to The Atlantic, a New York newspaper started the “Great Mo…

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On Friday afternoon, a group of students protested what they see as a lack of support for the LGBTQ community on campus. They marched from the Torchbearer statue to the Student Union where UT System President Randy Boyd and Chancellor Donde Plowman hosted a town hall event to discuss the adm…

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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 University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has a lively campus that never seems to die down during the school year. So many events and opportunities are always being presented, but many people wouldn’t know what any of these were if it weren’t for social media.

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On Friday, Aug. 20, the University of Tennessee Pride Center opened the doors to their new location in the Student Union. The Pride Center is an LGBTQ+ resource center that has provided a safe space for queer students throughout the past decade.