Lambda Theta Alpha Latina Sorority, Inc. Gamma Gamma Chapter will be conducting open informal recruitment this fall by establishing interest groups. Lambda Theta Alpha is the university’s first and only Latina sorority. Membership is open to any female student who is interested in seeking membership. Interested students who meet the requirements of the sorority and
A university-wide hazing prevention team has formed this semester to work with students and stakeholders to end hazing practices on campus. The first meeting was held last week.
Bonnie Johnson has returned to Rocky Top to serve as coordinator of the UT Pride Center. Johnson earned a bachelor of arts in anthropology from UT in 2013 before enrolling at the University of Southern California.
Vincent Carilli, vice chancellor for student life, has announced the promotion of several staff members and the addition of a new position to the Division of Student Life.
New banners along Pedestrian Walkway are on display until September to celebrate the university’s cultural-based fraternal organizations (CBFO). The 11 chapters highlighted on the banners are a part of the university’s Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) and the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC). UT has four Greek councils: the Interfraternity Council;
Melissa Shivers, associate vice chancellor for student life and dean of students, has been named the next vice president for student life at the University of Iowa.
Maxine Davis, assistant vice chancellor for student life, will retire on June 30 after 35 years of service to the university.
Associate dean of students Danny Glassmann has made his way across the southeast but has found his home in Big Orange Country.
If you have attended events like Volapalooza or Homecoming, you can thank Tyger Glauser, assistant director in the Center for Student Engagement, and her team of students for their work in making them memorable.
The UT men’s rugby club has a shot at playing for the national championship June 4 and 5 after earning a bid to the Penn Mutual Collegiate Rugby Championship for the first time in six years.
When death came knocking, all Makayla Claussen could think about was living long enough to earn her college degree. On Saturday, Claussen will achieve her goal. She will receive a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences. Claussen’s steep climb to graduation and the drive she has demonstrated to
The Big Orange Meal Share allows students to donate their unused guest meals and allows others to contribute funds to benefit students in need.