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I would call that a story with a happy ending, but Daniel didn't like it at all, and he only got madder when he discovered
Republicans in the state want to defund the flagship campus diversity office over the controversy.
This is my story with Jerusalem -- once only unsure of my fate to return to the city, now unsure of the fate of the city, itself, as one to return to. How is it that I am so concerned about a city that I can hardly even remember?
It's tough living in a red state as a young liberal. However, for each liberal that leaves a red state, there is, consequently, one less liberal in that state. One less liberal to fight for, and vote for, change.
The sad sacks of the world strive to prove that, yes, in fact, anything that can go wrong, will go wrong and when it goes wrong, it really goes wrong. Television's humble and beleaguered sad sacks have languished in obscurity for far too long.
Tune in to your local station on College Radio Day 2014 (and every other day of the year too) because you will be supporting an institution that has made a real and long-lasting impact on music and students for decades and hopefully will continue to in the future.
University of Tennessee students must now choose to opt in to paying a small fee each semester to help fund student clubs
UT-Knoxville Chancellor Jimmy Cheek told HuffPost last week that the First Amendment prevents the school administration from
Under the bill barring the use of institutional revenue to pay for guest speakers, everyone from former U.S. presidents to
"Frackademia" is usually thought of as "studies" conducted by university-based "frackademic" researchers and funded by Big Oil. But UT-Knoxville has taken the game to a whole new level, leasing off land it owns so that it can study "best practices" for fracking in the Volunteer State.