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“Reduce, reuse, recycle” is a saying many American children grew up with, repeated verbatim to encourage more environmentally friendly mindsets. But what if that adage is wrong? What if recycling isn’t as beneficial as we once supposed?

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The Fort Sanders neighborhood, located adjacent to UT, is the home of many UT students due to its walkability and close proximity to campus. However, with an area highly populated by college students and therefore partying, the neighborhood is also subject to great deals of pollution.

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Fall semester course registration will be open to all students by April 21. With the current coronavirus situation, it is easy to forget there are still classes planned after the year ends.

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The phrase, “reduce, reuse and recycle” has been advertised in the past for plastics and cans, but it further extends to high-end runway fashion, as well as the clothes college students wear in their daily lives.

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Applications to receive monetary support through the Student Emergency Fund are now open online. The fund was created through UT’s fundraising resource, VOLStarter, to support students who are facing financial hardships as a result of the outbreak of coronavirus.

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Carbon emissions are hurting the planet we live on. That’s the long and short of it. To lessen the effects of climate change, humanity needs to drastically reduce its output of carbon. 

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When the University of Tennessee’s campus shut down because of COVID-19 and concerns of safety for students and staff, the Clarence Brown Theatre shut down with it. But production didn’t stop there for Melissa-Caldwell Weddig, Elizabeth Aaron, Kyle Schellinger, Amber Williams, Margo Birdwhis…

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Climate change is one of the biggest issues of our generation. Though it is affecting all of us, it is something that might be missable in everyday life to your average, non-scientist person. This is why climate change activists are so important. These people stand up for Mother Earth, makin…

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Climate change is no secret, and it’s also no joke. As Earth grows more polluted and global warming grows more serious, it becomes increasingly important that each person takes the time to change their lifestyle and reduce their personal carbon footprint in order to slow climate change.

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The coronavirus pandemic has made it to UT. Classes are all online now, with many professors opting to give lectures via video conference apps like Zoom.

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Packing up a dorm or apartment can be a daunting task, especially if you’re crunched for time or have a lot to manage. With the unexpected outbreak of the coronavirus and summer right around the corner, there are probably a lot of you in a tight situation.

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The University of Tennessee recently announced that all class will be held online for the rest of the semester in light of the recent COVID-19, or coronavirus, global outbreak. With online classes come the need for online resources. Here are some of the virtual tools that UT is offering to s…

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On the way into the Carousel Theatre to see “Hamlet,” I was thinking about the coronavirus. During intermission, I chatted with my seat neighbor about the potential lockdown of the entire nation. As I walked out of the theatre, I spoke with a professor about the challenges of moving classes online.

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A group of scientists gave a panel discussion about the current state of coronavirus research today. Held in Mossman 102, the group included Barry Rouse, Vitaly Ganusov, Hong Guo, Rachel McCord and Micholas Smith.

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Thursday afternoon, UT announced via email the creation of a website dedicated to keeping the UT community up to date on developing situations regarding the coronavirus, formally known as COVID-19.

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As of Friday afternoon, UT has suspended all study abroad programs that are set to leave after March 2020. A final decision about the programs will be made by April 1, as the Programs Abroad Office explained in an email to those students affected.

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A forum titled “Coronavirus: Fact, Myth, & the Impact on Tennessee” was held on Tuesday, Feb. 18 at UT. The event was put on by the Center for Global Engagement and the Asian Studies Program, in partnership with TN-China Network, to help dispel rumors and show the historical context of t…

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Every day, more than 500 student-athletes walk across campus to train, sweat and prepare before they are ready to don the Volunteer jersey.

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Waiting on an airplane and feeling the butterflies in your stomach as you lurch forward for takeoff isn’t anxiety.