WBIR-TVWBIR-TV hosted a town hall meeting on Tuesday, April 17, to discuss underage drinking. Ashley Blamey, director of UT’s Safety, Environment, and Education (SEE) Center, was part of the panel and discussed some of UT’s efforts to help students make safer, smarter decisions. These efforts include positive peer pressure and reaching students early.
Head women’s basketball coach Pat Summitt was named head coach emeritus on Wednesday, following 38 seasons and 1,098 victories at Tennessee. Associate head coach Holly Warlick, an assistant on the Tennessee staff for 27 seasons and a three-time All-American as a player for the Lady Vols, has been named Summitt’s successor.
More than 200 gift tags are being hung all over campus to celebrate “Thank A Giver” (TAG) day on Friday, April 20. The event celebrates the success of the $1 billion Campaign for Tennessee. The most ambitious fund-raising effort in the university’s history, the campaign raised $1.3 billion over six years for the statewide systems,
More than 200 UT students are in Crossville, Tennessee, this week serving as counselors for kids with disabilities at Camp Koinonia, part of the Therpeutic Recreation program. Gene Hayes, professor in the Department of Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport Studies, started the camp 35 years ago hoping to give kids with severe disabilities the most typical
Caitlin Conley Wise will never forget the day she met Steve and Laura Morris, who are making her college dreams a reality. Wise is part of the university’s first-year class of Haslam Scholars and the first student to benefit from the M. Steven and Laura Capps Morris Endowed Honors Scholarship, which is awarded to an
The campus’s Earth Month celebrations continue Friday, April 20, with the Environmental Leadership Awards and other festivities at Circle Park. The community is invited to enjoy the Recycled Art Competition, a cookout hosted by Students Promoting Environmental Action in Knoxville (SPEAK), free bike tune-ups and more. The fun begins at 10:00 a.m.
As part of the campus’s Earth Month celebration, the Office of Sustainability will host a tour of the New Norris House on Tuesday, April 24. Space is limited, and those interested in joining the tour must reserve a spot online. The New Norris House is an award-winning, LEED-certified project designed and built by students and