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University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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  • TV, Broadway's Conrad Ricamora on a 'life-changing' moment

    Conrad Ricamora's acting career is on fire of late. He may want to thank his genes. He's on ABC's hot new drama "How To Get Away with Murder" and he's also singing on Broadway in Rodgers & Hammerstein's classic musical "The King and I." Not bad for a guy...
  • Body farm project for Florida still alive but needs home

    Body farm project for Florida still alive but needs home
    TAMPA — Though plans to deposit the dearly departed in the earth near Tampa are dead, cadaver researchers continue to push to find a new site where scientists can study the business of human decomposition in Florida's subtropical climate and maybe...
  • The frivolous taking of life

    The frivolous taking of life
    You may have seen the startling bus and metro ads around town that warn, "What does JHU have that 98 percent of medical schools don't? Live animal labs." That's right. Johns Hopkins and the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Chattanooga...
  • Gay marriage issue complicates immigration, motherhood

    When Valeria Tanco and Sophy Jesty began dating during post-graduate veterinary training at Cornell University, their relationship faced more than the usual run of hurdles. Tanco is Argentinian, and once her residency ended, she wound up on the west...
  • 'Body farm' proposed in Tampa Bay area would be Florida's first

    'Body farm' proposed in Tampa Bay area would be Florida's first
    TAMPA — The Hillsborough County sheriff's training center in Lithia, where deputies learn how to drive during chases, shoot straight and even subdue hostage takers on airplanes, may become home for cadavers as part of a forensic science program to...
  • Ray Graves, father of modern-day Florida Gators football, dies at 96

    Ray Graves, father of modern-day Florida Gators football, dies at 96
    The 1960s were known as the Silver Sixties for University of Florida football. The man who made them shine died Friday morning. Ray Graves passed away at an assisted-living facility in Clearwater. He was 96. Graves took over the Gators in 1960 and...
  • Bianchi: Gators replacing Ray Graves with Doug Dickey was worse than Muschamp, Zook hires

    Bianchi: Gators replacing Ray Graves with Doug Dickey was worse than Muschamp, Zook hires
    Running off at the typewriter … University of Florida football fans may think the hirings of Will Muschamp and Ron Zook were bad, but they pale in comparison to the worst coaching decision in UF football history — the day former school...
  • ROTC led to 20-year Air Force career

    ROTC led to 20-year Air Force career
    Like so many of his contemporaries young Bill Stover found himself strategizing his involvement in the Vietnam War. He says those maneuvers not only led him to his choice of a "safer" military branch, but to a 20-year Air Force career in far-flung locales...
  • The last run of Will McKamey: A year later, still no answers in Navy football player's deadly injury

    The last run of Will McKamey: A year later, still no answers in Navy football player's deadly injury
    When the child was grown, it fell on a day, that he went out to his father to the reapers. And he said unto his father, my head, my head … — II Kings 4:18, verse saved in the cellphone of Will McKamey. The first fall The running back...
  • Tennessee fires Donnie Tyndall amid NCAA investigation

    Tennessee fires Donnie Tyndall amid NCAA investigation
    Donnie Tyndall's alleged transgressions at Southern Mississippi have cost him his job at Tennessee after just one season. Tennessee Athletic Director Dave Hart said Friday in a release announcing Tyndall's termination that the NCAA was likely to find...
  • Mini meals vs. three squares: Which is best?

    It's a popular notion that eating smaller, more frequent meals, such as six small meals a day, is a healthier approach than the traditional three square meals a day. Some people believe eating more frequently may help keep their hunger under better...