Islandora Collection Search
University Archives Collections
- The Air Scoop weekly newsletter informed and entertained members of the 63rd College Training Detachment based at the University of Tennessee during World War II. The detachment’s goal was to run a publication for and by aviation students in the detachment in order to unify the organization and to share news related to military training and social events occurring on and around the Knoxville campus.
- The Druid magazine evolved during its short lifespan from a complete humanities publication composed of young artists and writers to one that also echoed the anti-war, counter-culture sentiment during the height of the Vietnam War. The independently published magazine featured interviews with creators, poetry, prose, plays, music reviews, photography, illustrations, and other creative works by University of Tennessee, Knoxville students.
- The Volunteer Football Programs and Guides offer a unique glimpse into the history and traditions of the University of Tennessee football team. The Tennessee Volunteers have one of the most storied histories in college football and some of the most colorful traditions to match. Over the years, Volunteer football has been host to thrilling victories, crushing defeats, influential coaches, dedicated players, and enthusiastic fans.
- The University of Tennessee Theatre Playbills Collection showcases the history of theatre at the University of Tennessee, beginning with the UT Faculty Players to the current incarnation of the Clarence Brown Theatre Company, an affiliate of the League of Resident Theatres (LORT). Materials date from 1935 to present day.