November 4, 2014
On October 25, a person committed suicide inside their car in a parking lot at the UT Medical Center; we have more information on the ongoing investigation. Interim President, Dr. Nagi Naganathan gives the annual State of the University Address; find out what he has to say about his role in this pivotal year at UT. Construction is underway to add a 6-pump gas station to the Stop and Go at the corner of Dorr and Byrne next to campus; we talk to the owner of the convenience store. With the arrival of colder weather, the UT grounds crew is already well-prepared for the coming winter weather; Cody Smith finds out what they're doing to be ready to battle the snow. A national program to fight sexual assault makes its way to campus; we talk to Student Government President Clayton Notestine about UT's role in the "It's On Us" campaign. A prominent sorority holds a formal ball to raise money for scholarships. For the second year, Campus Activities and Programming pulled out all the stops to build a haunted house in the Student Union for Halloween; David Duffey has an inside look. And Nadine Armoush has Rocket sports; highlights of the Rocket women's soccer team's final regular season match against Central Michigan, a recap of the women's volleyball team's home game against Northern Illinois, and a preview of the Rocket men's basketball team as they gear up for their first exhibition game this coming Saturday.
For more information about the It's On Us campaign, click here.