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Matthew Heimbach’s “National Socialism or Death” college speaking tour began Saturday afternoon in Buehler Hall despite opposition and protest from the UT community. Continue reading at utdailybeacon.com.
On Central Avenue in Knoxville, the business of prostitution is a commonplace, and largely ignored, crime, both by citizens and, until recently, police. Read more on utdailybeacon.com.
Thousands rallied over the fate of the Fort Sanders Confederate monument Saturday in light of the white supremacist protests in Charlottesville, Virginia earlier this month. Read more on utdailybeacon.com.
Knoxville record stores have at least one more trick up their sleeves. Read more on utdailybeacon.com.
Al Roker visited UT’s neck of the woods Wednesday morning to help 4,223 students, staff and alumni break the Guinness World Record for the largest human letter. Read more on utdailybeacon.com.
SGA members hosted the third annual Slap the Rock event on Tuesday evening to help hundreds of potential freshmen SGA members leave their mark on campus. Read more on utdailybeacon.com.
For Justin Crawford, the only option has been to make it. As a military brat, Crawford moved constantly during his childhood and lived throughout most of the United States and in Japan. Read more on utdailybeacon.com.