Traditional country music up-and-comers, the Malpass Brothers, will perform at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Annie Hogan Byrd Fine Arts Building on the Tusculum campus.
Discussion of an approach based on memory research and use of a variety of academic disciplines to study the life of Jesus continued on Tuesday's Theologian-in-Residence session.
Insights from recent research into the memory process and its use in the search for the "historic Jesus" were the focus of the session.
Dr. Travis Williams is presenting the series of lectures, “Jesus in Early Christian Memory.”
Posted on 27 March 2017
A lecture on “German Women and the Long Shadow of National Socialism” will be held at Tusculum on Wednesday, April 5. The lecture, presented by Christine Nugent, will begin at 12:30 p.m. in the Chalmers Conference Center in Niswonger Commons on the Greeneville campus. The event is sponsored by the Thomas J. Garland Library and [...]
Posted on 23 March 2017
Dollie Boyd, director of Museum Program and Studies of Tusculum, has been elected president-elect of the Tennessee Association of Museums. After a two-year term, she will become president of the statewide organization.
Posted on 15 March 2017
Tusculum Arts Outreach will hold open auditions for GLAWPIGT on Monday, April 10, and a preparatory workshop for interested students on Monday, March 20.
Posted on 14 March 2017
Nick Hatfield and Corey Neece accept a check along with Tusculum President Nancy B. Moody for $2,000 from Fishing League Worldwide. The money will be put into the Tusculum Fishing Club program. The financial gift came as a result of the team being one of the top 10 qualifiers at the February 25 YETI FLW College Fishing Southeastern Conference bass tournament on lake Guntersville. ['
Posted on 13 March 2017
The deadline for vendors to register to participate in the Tusculum Old Oak Festival is Friday, March 31.
There are limited spaces still available for artisan and crafter booths, and the deadline for reserving a booth is March 31, or until all spaces are filled. The Old Oak Festival returns to Tusculum campus April 21-23.
Posted on 10 March 2017
Students from the four county high schools were given information to help them prepare for the college application process during the annual College Summit at Tusculum on Friday, March 10.
Posted on 02 March 2017
The oral transmission of stories about Jesus by early Christians was explored in the final session of the Theologian-in-Residence lecture series at Tusculum College on Tuesday.
Posted on 01 March 2017
Due to the threat of severe weather, Tusculum College, all campuses and sites, will close at 11:30 a.m. on March 1. All afternoon and evening classes are cancelled, and offices will close, although essential staff will remain on campus and continue to function in their necessary capacity. The official fall-out shelter location of the College [...]
Posted on 22 February 2017
Dr. Daryl Carter was the keynote speaker at Tusculum College in February as part of the college’s celebration of Black History Month. Dr. Carter, associate professor of history at East Tennessee State University, o spoke to a gathering of teachers, students and staff members about the topic of African-Americans and Politics in the 21st century. [...]
Posted on 14 February 2017
Erika and I were both a part of the history and museum studies department on campus, so we had classes together since her freshman year (her being a year younger than me). While we knew each other, we never really hung out or got to know one another. My first senior year, a psychology major, [...]