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As we celebrate Black History Month, an important part of being involved in the conversation about race is learning about Black history and how that past has impacted the African American experience. Here are some classes that are offered at UT, as well as some organizations that celebrate B…

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As the new semester begins it is the perfect time to become more involved in the UT community and join a new student organization. Students can find an array of organizations to join on VOLink, but because there are several to sort through, it can become overwhelming.

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Just over two weeks ago, numerous UT athletes led a March on UT Knoxville against systemic racism. The march had a wide turnout, attended by students, faculty and children alike. Among the crowd on that hot Saturday in August was Zachary West, a senior student in political science and the ne…

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Leading Women of Tomorrow (often referred to as LWT) is a chapter of the LWT national organization at the University of Tennessee which seeks to encourage more young women to work in public service, aiming to “bridge the gender gap among public representatives,” according to the organization…

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PLEVs, or personal light vehicles, can be seen everywhere. Most often seen in scooter form and present throughout downtown Knoxville to campus, they are some of the most commonly used, and most popular, forms of transportation. With thousands of scooters available nationwide and with so many…

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Three nights a week, on the second floor of the Student Aquatic Center, one of the oldest clubs on campus prepares for battle. And this year, with the largest membership in club history, the Fencing Club is working hard towards victory.

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Academics aren’t the only important part of a college experience. Extracurricular activities can expand your horizons, teach new skills, reveal new passions and introduce you to new friends.

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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.

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The UT Amateur Radio Club inducted the first nine members into their Hall of Fame last week. The inductees included the late Sam Brown, a long time Knoxville broadcast journalist whose career involves many different outlets such as WNOX radio, WATE, Channel 6 and the late WKXT.

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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Here at UT, Sexual Empowerment and Awareness at Tennessee is a group dedicated to sexual education. Every year in the spring, the group puts on Sex Week, which is a week dedicated to bringing a comprehensive, contemporary and empirical sex education to the UT campus.

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In addition to the typical sports of basketball, football and others, UT is home to a team representing a unique and unusual athletic endeavor: Paintball, a sport not found at every SEC school.

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Throughout high school, Brian Malmon was a smart, popular guy; he had fun with his friends, got good grades and eventually got accepted into Columbia University. Halfway through his senior year he seemed ready to graduate but instead returned home to be treated for schizoaffective disorder.