University of Tennessee Daily Beacon

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University of Tennessee Daily Beacon

Description

A selection of news articles and photographs appearing in the University of Tennessee's campus newspaper, The Daily Beacon.

Creator

University of Tennessee (Knoxville Campus)

Publisher

Knoxville, Tenn.: University of Tennessee

Collection Items

Bathroom Bill Flushed Out of Tennessee Legislature
The controversial bill that would require public school students and colleges to use the restroom matching their gender at birth failed without debate Wednesday, March 22, in the Senate Education Committee...

Campaign Highlights Bullying
“oUT of One, Many” has a mission. Its goal is to bring awareness to the issue of bullying and youth suicide...

CCI Diversity Week Aids in Top 25 Goal
"The College of Communication and Information’s Diversity and Inclusion Week concluded last night with a festival in Circle Park"...

Going Somewhere... Hopefully: Chick-fil-A Raises Morality Debate
Opinion piece discussing the Chick-fil-A controversy.

Chick-fil-A Upsets UT's LGBT
"Those that identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, and those that support the LGBT community are all a bit distressed by the presence of not one, but soon to be two Chick-fil-As"...

Christian Organizations Under Fire
"Dozens of colleges have scrutinized how on-campus Christian groups operate after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowed a law school to deny funding to a Christian group that would not admit gays"...

College Applicants to List Orientation
"Gary Rold didn’t necessarily consider himself a pioneer when he decided that Elmhurst College would begin asking applicants about their sexual orientation"...

Dear Readers: Discussion on Gay Marriage
An opinion piece on the topic of marriage equality.

Forum [Heald] to Discuss Equal Benefits for Faculty Domestic Partners
"The campaign for obtaining equal benefits for domestic partners among UT faculty continued Thursday night with the “Speak Out for Benefit Equality” forum"...
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