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The dining hall and social building, as it was originally known, broke ground on Oct. 15, 1934, with a “dirt-breaking” ceremony at the site. Some 84 years later this historic building has been demolished to make way for the Latimer Engineering and Science Building.

Thirteen members of the University of Tennessee at Martin’s spring 2019 graduating class have been accepted into veterinary schools across the region, according to Dr. Jason Roberts, professor of animal science
Samantha Drury, of Ashland City; Kamryn Gitchell, of Ripley; Erin Keenan, of Greenbrier; and Olivia Trasolini, of Newbern, will all begin classes at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in Knoxville this fall…

5 Ways to Stay Healthy on Vacation Whether your plan is to play tourist in your hometown, travel overseas or something in between, unexpected illness can ruin your summer vacation. Use these tips to stay healthy while on the road: Travel prepared. Ensure you are up-to-date on immunizations before traveling. If you are leaving the…

A 65-foot-tall grain bin serves as the latest canvas for the University of Tennessee System’s 46-feet-high by 66-feet-wide mural aimed at educating Tennesseans on the significant impact the university has across the state
The “Everywhere You Look, UT” mural was celebrated today in Sharon just seven miles south of the UT Martin campus. The grain bin is owned by Robinson & Belew Inc., a family-run business…

“There are approximately three million nurses in the United States, but only 9.9 percent are African American,” said Ajia Graham, who graduated from the University of Tennessee at Martin with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree during the university’s spring commencement exercises May 4. Graham, of Memphis, plans to focus her skills in the area of obstetrics and be a voice for those women who…

Kavarius Hester is rightfully proud of the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree that he received May 4 during commencement exercises at the University of Tennessee at Martin
His accomplishment was also a point of pride for students, faculty and staff at the UT Martin Somerville Center, as well as a contingent of supporters from Fayette County who were present to see Hester walk across…

I am Holly Seng, of Union City, and for the past four years I have studied at the University of Tennessee at Martin majoring in communications with a sequence in public relations and a minor in marketing
There is a saying many of us have heard throughout our lives along the lines of “never say never.” Growing up on UT Martin’s campus, I spent countless hours of my childhood at the Margaret N. Perry Children’s Center and summer days in the classrooms of…

Wheel alignment and balance are important to maintaining a smooth, safe ride. Learn more about how balancing works and why your tires need it.

If, when you think of a hernia, it brings to mind a condition only your father or grandfather needed to be concerned with, you’re not alone. There are many misconceptions about hernias, and the failure to seek a proper diagnosis can lead to unnecessary suffering and risk of complications. Hernias actually affect an estimated 2%…