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Fox and Murray on UT Graduates

Fox and Murray on UT Graduates

Two of Tennessee’s most highly regarded economists share their thoughts on Tennessee's evolving workforce and the value of the UT brand.
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‘A More Noble Purpose’

‘A More Noble Purpose’

UT President Joe DiPietro used his inaugural State of the University address to highlight successes of each campus and institute from the past year. “This is only a fraction of who we are and what
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Spring 2016: Letters to the Editor

Spring 2016: Letters to the Editor

Love of baseball, 4-H alumni, and gender representations in infographics. Readers respond to recent Alumnus content.
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Former Alumnus Editor Neal O’Steen Remembered

Former Alumnus Editor Neal O’Steen Remembered

Neal O’Steen, former editor of the Tennessee Alumnus for more than 20 years upon his retirement in 1985, died on March 6 at Somerfield Health Care Center in Brentwood, Tennessee. Mr. O’Steen was 96.
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Inside the Winter 2016 issue

Inside the Winter 2016 issue

When you think of the University of Tennessee and the impact it has, what comes to mind?
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Transitional Design

Transitional Design

By Elizabeth A. Davis Photography by Adam Brimer Mona Ahmad got her first college degree in business and accounting. Today, she deals more in the realm of space planning, colors and textures. While her family’s home
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What’s Growing in the Garden?

What’s Growing in the Garden?

Sue Hamilton, director of UT Gardens in Knoxville and associate professor of horticulture, shares her top five gardening trends.
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Be a Master Gardener

Be a Master Gardener

If learning about plants, soil and pests and volunteering to spread that information sounds like fun, you, too, can be certified to be a master gardener. The program is offered in most Tennessee counties through UT
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Art in the House

Art in the House

Bare walls are no fun. Jon Rogers collects Jason Stout's colorful, abstract work in his home. Both are UT Martin alumni.
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A Home for the Ages

A Home for the Ages

How to make your house age with you
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