UT fans recycled their way to second place in the Southeastern Conference in the Game Day Recycling Challenge, a friendly recycling competition among US colleges and universities. UT Recycling took on the challenge to increase recycling and composting at football games, to shrink its environmental footprint, and to broaden sustainability efforts.
Fifty years ago—on November 22, 1963—President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, forever changing American politics. How might history have been different had that fateful day in Dallas not occurred? How did the assassination color the legacy of Kennedy’s short presidency? “The difficulty of assessing Kennedy, which is also part of his glittering memory, is that
The Washington Post highlighted the research of Bill Fox and the Center for Business and Economic Research that shows how a small-business exemption could undermine online sales tax legislation. The research suggests that a small-business safeguard could actually undermine some of the original intent of the legislation.
indexChemistry professor Jimmy Mays has responded to a challenge by Bill and Melinda Gates with a design that will encourage condom use in developing countries. He has received $100,000 from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for research and development of a prototype. Mays’s innovative condom design incorporates his work with superelastomers—polymers that can be
Join Chancellor Cheek and other officials tomorrow as the campus celebrates the greatest basketball coach ever, Lady Vols Basketball Head Coach Emeritus Pat Summitt, with the dedication of Pat Summitt Plaza. The event will begin at 11:00 a.m. This historic day gives the campus community a special opportunity to thank Coach Summitt for her nearly
Condoms have the power to make the world healthier by preventing disease and unplanned pregnancies, yet they are vastly underutilized. Chemistry Professor Jimmy Mays responded to a challenge from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation with a design that will encourage condom use in developing countries. He has received $100,000 from the foundation for research
Cable television service to campus buildings will be interrupted for much of the day Thursday as work crews move the existing fiber optic cables to accommodate the construction of the new Student Union. The outage will start at 8:00 a.m. Thursday, November 21, and will last a minimum of eight hours.
The campus welcome fans this Saturday for the year’s final home football game. Kickoff is set for 7:00 p.m. for the Vols’ game against the Vanderbilt Commodores. Gates open at 5:00 p.m. and ESPN-2 will televise the game. The traditional Vol Walk will start at 4:45 p.m. on Volunteer Boulevard near Circle Park. Saturday is