UT's Sport Clubs program is showing more than one thousand students each year what it means to play hard and have fun doing it.
From minors to majors, above home plate or on the pitcher's mound, Tennessee continues to leave its mark on professional baseball.
The lone survivor of a top-secret mission in Korea, Lt. Col. Arthur L. Boyd sheds light on the 1952 operation that, he says, may have averted another war.
Former Doobie Brother Michael McDonald brings his soulful sound to the Tennessee Theatre this fall for a must-see performance.
Local artist Jean Hess brings her work to life in Knoxville through an innovative combination of creativity, spontaneity, and purpose.
UT Director of Athletics Dave Hart reviews the success of UT student-athletes and the campaign that's helping to grow their future.
From peaceful fly-fishing spots to heart-pumping zipline tours, the Smoky Mountains offer the perfect playground for any outdoor adventure.
Just like your beloved UT Vols, the health benefits of your favorite orange vegetables—from butternut squash to sweet potatoes—just can't be beat.
The Emerald Youth Foundation has been involved in youth leadership development and community engagement for the past two decades.
Angelique Medow queries television football analyst and former UT defensive back Charles Davis on the college game.
Why aren't more collegiate athletes making the leap into the political scene after their high-profile college careers? George Korda examines.
Are fans taking their role in sports a little too seriously, losing rationality on the sidelines? The Knoxonomist explores the spectacle.