The Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life (OSFL), in partnership with the Office of Title IX, Office of Student Conduct […]
Over the course of the semester, the Center for Student Engagement hosts over 50 events. In the fall 2020 semester, […]
The Men of Color Empowerment Day was created to address the social and structural barriers that inhibit Men of […]
Diversity Dialogue Series: While these dialogues typically take place in person, we transitioned to a virtual format this fall. This […]
Q: What is the natural campus message board? A: The rock. Only a very small portion of the top of […]
Vol Trivia: In 1958, the Electrical Engineering department rented a LGP-30, which was the first, what on campus?
Computer. In 1958, Dr. Paul Cromwell, head of the Electrical Engineering Department, rented a Librascope General Purpose 30-bit computer (LGP […]
Vol Trivia: Gene Mitchell Gray entered UT in January 1952 as a graduate student in Chemistry—a major “first” for the student body. What “first” was he?
The first African-American student, admitted (along with three others by order of the Federal District Court to graduate programs not […]
Q: Another “home” for the institution greeted the world in 1994. What was it? A: The 1st home page, which […]
Vol Trivia: What did the All Students Club install in 1940, the Chi Omega Sorority replace in 1950 and the Senior Class replace in 1991?
Q: What did the All Students Club install in 1940, the Chi Omega Sorority replace in 1950 and the Senior […]
Q: Future novelists and writers of all kinds can find help through this service established in 1928 and now located […]