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SCOOP Magazine

Scoop Magazine

I was co-managing editor of this edition of UTK CCI’s SCOOP Magazine Spring 2017. I also have a couple stories featured in the publication.


On the Civil War, the Constitution, and the Struggle

My personal struggle, not to disappoint but I haven’t studied for my finals yet so I won’t be elaborating greatly on the struggles of the Civil War or the Constitution right now. 868 more words


My University offers a student speaker slot at the commencement ceremonies. I auditioned for it. They didn’t pick me but I didn’t really expect it – this is Arts & Sciences, there was a theatre major probably who had been working on their speech for three years. 594 more words

Gensler Selects 2017 Diversity Scholarship Winners | Press Releases | News | Gensler

Note:  Mustapha is a graduate of MLK Magnet School in Nashville and was a participant in ACE for four years while there.

Gensler is pleased to announce the winners of the firm’s ninth annual Diversity Scholarship. 55 more words


Fighting Apathy in Student Organizations

~By Humaira Taz

On Wednesday, Mar 22nd 2017, the UTK Campus Events Board held a seminar with T. J. Sullivan as the guest speaker. Sullivan is the author of the bestselling book titled “Motivating the Middle: Fighting Apathy in College Student Organizations”, and he travels all over the country delivering speeches that identify and tackle the problems faced by student organizations in colleges and universities. 606 more words

McClung Museum hosts Darwin Day birthday celebration, teaches kids about evolutionary science

Knoxville families were invited to McClung Museum on Saturday to learn more about evolutionary science and the work of Charles Darwin in honor of Darwin’s upcoming birthday. 468 more words

UT Students to Sponsor Sister March

The University of Tennessee will play host to a march in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington on Friday, January 20th.

More than 200,000 people have committed to attend the march in Washington D.C on the march’s… 459 more words