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Dream Journals - The Recurring Path Not Taken...

The latest episodic dream started with me simply leaving work for lunch.

The day was typical. Nothing out of the ordinary. The epitome of a surreal dreamland setting, complete with the small, telltale triggers of the amiss that went unnoticed, because that wasn’t the message or the mission at hand. 1,142 more words

Dream Journals

Despite protests, Lady Vols name changing Wednesday

KNOXVILLE – On June 3, a petition containing 23,000 signatures landed in the hands of University of Tennessee chancellor Jimmy Cheek.

A month prior, the same tall stack of papers was given to university president Joe DiPietro in the foyer of the school’s Andy Holt Tower, which houses DiPietro’s office. 731 more words

SEC News

Class Reflections: Service-Learning Transforms UT Students Views of Community Impact

Throughout the spring 2015 semester, CSPS co-director Ashleigh Huffman—Dr. Ash, for short—sent students from her Service-Learning: Sport & Community class throughout greater Knoxville to work with some of our closest partners. 1,550 more words

Jagger // College Graduation

Jagger recently graduated from the University of Tennessee! We got some senior pictures just a few hours after his graduation, as well as some photos with his family. 8 more words

Photography

The Garden Group: Campaign Over

Garden Group here, Scott speaking!

Our campaign has officially drawn to a close. With your help we raised $385 for Cleveland, Tennessee’s community garden! Thank you so much to all of our donors, we couldn’t have done it without your support! 48 more words

Help Cleveland's Children Read with the Imagination Library GOES LIVE

Hello Everyone!

We have exciting news! Our campaign is finally live! Check out the page and tell us what you think!

We’ve worked so hard and now we need your help! 86 more words

Help Cleveland's Children Read with Imagination Library UPDATE: IV

Hello again everyone!

I know it’s been a little while since you last heard from us! We were on spring break here at the University of Tennessee… 130 more words