Halloween is right around the corner, but what will it look like this year as trick-or-treaters fill their bags with candy? A marketing PhD student at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business, gives insight.
Halloween is the orangest of holidays, so it only seems right to have some Volunteer-themed pumpkins.
Hodges Library will receive a macabre makeover this Friday courtesy of UT’s second-year Spanish program students as they celebrate Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead.
With Halloween just around the corner, bats are everywhere from decorations to horror movies. Gary McCracken, professor of evolutionary ecology, has studied bats for over 20 years, provides four fascinating facts about the winged creatures.
Campus organizations are gearing up for a host of fall- and Halloween-themed events.
The campus community is invited to all Halloween events on campus. Faculty and staff are welcome to bring their families to the following events: Howl-O-Ween, 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, October 23, at UT Gardens. The Howl-O-Ween Pooch Parade and Pet Expo caters to dogs and dog lovers. This fun event with a spooky twist will
Your orange clothing will work double duty this month as campus organizations host several Halloween-themed events.
Spirits were high Friday morning as College of Engineering departments gathered on the quad in front of Ferris Hall for the third annual college-wide Halloween contest. Judges voted on the best represented, most creative, and best overall department.
The Society of Physics Students will be dropping frozen pumpkins from a height of 80 feet at 4:30 p.m. Friday, October 30, near the Humanities and Social Sciences building, between McClung Plaza and Volunteer Drive.
Your orange clothing will work double duty this month as campus organizations host several Halloween-themed events for students, faculty, staff, and the community.
The best stories have the power to stay in our thoughts long after we’re done reading. And some stories have the power to keep us up at night, sleeping with the lights on, and checking under the bed. For those readers who love a thrilling fright, Humanities Services Librarian Chris Caldwell shares his favorite spooky