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As everybody prepares to move into the spring season, it also means that a host of new games are now available to download. Whether you’re looking to slay llama hordes or take part in an epic RPG adventure, we have you covered on what’s coming to your download queue for the month of March.

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There are various locations right here in Knoxville where people can get vaccinated for COVID-19. Currently, vaccines are available statewide, but only people who are eligible can get it. To determine eligibility, the state of Tennessee is using “phases” that are based on age, risk of infect…

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WHAT’S UP VOL NATION! It's time for the Weekly Wrap-Up with Lexi O’Haver---- @lexi_ohaver Catch up on everything that happened this week on UT's campus!

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WHAT’S UP VOL NATION! It's time for the Weekly Wrap-Up with Lexi O’Haver---- @lexi_ohaver Catch up on everything that happened this week on UT's campus!

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On Feb. 25, the Knoxville History Project hosted a webinar on Jazzbilly and its origins in Knoxville. This webinar is part of a series of historical Zoom chats that the Knoxville History Project hosts highlighting specific historical topics in Knoxville.

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For those who remember it, Crazy Taxi was an arcade classic about driving customers and pulling off absurd stunts. With its punk-rock attitude and frantic driving action, Crazy Taxi was a staple in old-fashioned, score-attack fun.

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WHAT’S UP VOL NATION! It's time for the Weekly Wrap-Up with Lexi O’Haver---- @lexi_ohaver Catch up on everything that happened this week on UT's campus!

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The Buzz is the Beacon’s brief look into all the happenings on campus and in pop culture. Join hosts Austin Orr and Braxton Z. for a rundown of 2020's most Googled terms! Make sure to drop a comment if there is a topic you want to see covered next!

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Welcome back to Watch to Watch Wednesday! What to Watch Wednesday returns with a brand new host Austin Acevedo! On this episode, Austin talks about "Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel" and"Bridgerton."

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In little over a month’s time, Kaiju movie fans around the globe will be tuning in to the colossal match-up of the century, “Godzilla vs. Kong.” In the first couple of trailers shown, Godzilla has mysteriously begun rampaging across the globe, so the humans decide to capture King Kong in ord…

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WHAT’S UP VOL NATION! It's time for the Weekly Wrap-Up with Lexi O’Haver---- @lexi_ohaver Catch up on everything that happened this week on UT's campus!

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The Buzz is the Beacon’s brief look into all the happenings on campus and in pop culture. Join hosts Austin Orr and Braxton Z. for a rundown of this past weekend's best and worst Super Bowl spots! Make sure to drop a comment if there is a topic you want to see covered next!

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Welcome back to Watch to Watch Wednesday! What to Watch Wednesday returns with a brand new host Austin Acevedo! On this episode, Austin talks about "In & of Itself," "The Handmaid's Tale" and "Rick and Morty."

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Black communities have been subjugated to mistreatment by the government and society for centuries in the U.S. This didn’t automatically change when integration was implemented or voting rights were granted in the 1960s. The struggle for equal opportunity and recognition is ongoing, and 2020…

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With discussion about the hip-hop/rap industry constantly being taken up by just a few rappers and artists, it’s always nice to see a new-comer debut with a quality first album.

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Though this Black History Month might look a little bit different from those we’ve seen before, there are still plenty of ways to celebrate. From informative lectures to live acrobat shows, here are some events celebrating Black History Month at UT and in Knoxville.

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In honor of Black History Month, now is the time to reflect on the achievements of Knoxville’s Black community and its history, as a means to see where the city has been and where it could be going. And remember — it’s important to remember and pay homage to Knoxville’s Black trailblazers ye…

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When the first Little Nightmares game was released back in 2017, it took the gaming scene by storm with its clever puzzles and horrific atmosphere. Though it and its DLC told a strong story, most assumed that we wouldn’t see anything else from the Little Nightmares universe.

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WHAT’S UP VOL NATION! It's time for the Weekly Wrap-Up with Sami Roebuck— @sami_whamiii Catch up on everything that happened this week on UT's campus!

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Once the last boss has fallen in Cyber Shadow, the game provides the player a stat screen of their playthrough. For this review, the game took a little over 10 hours to complete and resulted in 468 deaths.