https://youtu.be/rb5FD6yiJ08 A dark history of racism and violence maybe a threat to Mississippi’s tourism industry according to an associate professor of anthropology and southern studies at the University of Mississippi. Jodi Skipper spoke from personal and academic experience during her lecture “Touring Violence: History and Memory in Mississippi” at Strong Hall on Monday. Skipper... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/wFX1t-7UXPE Vulgar speech, language promoting terrorism and Sex Week at the University of Tennessee are protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, a UT professor said. “We protect really foul, awful speech, and I respect that,” said professor Joan Heminway, professor of law, during a panel discussion titled at the Howard H.... Continue Reading →
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OwO-EpMNFFQ Lynne Fugate, member for the fourth district of Knox County Board of Education, broke the silence at the school board meeting on Thursday. Fugate was quick to interject before almost $400,000 in funds was allocated to the Karns High School culinary program. Fugate argued Austin-East was offered the same provisions in the past, without... Continue Reading →
The accent ideas of the moon as being indicative of political power, holy beings and individual destiny still affect the Chinese and Jewish cultures today, a similarity between two seemingly unrelated cultures. The Confucius Institute Lecture Series held a lecture on Jewish and Chinese lunar calendars in the University of Tennessee Lindsay Auditorium on... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/LL-vLcyRqzM KNOXVILLE, Tenn.--Callie Davis, freshman at the University of Tennessee majoring in wildlife and fishery health, shares experience at Fort Sanders Confederate monument protest on Saturday, August 26, 2017.