The Tusculum College Pioneer Jazz Band will host a Valentine’s Day Dinner/Swing Dance benefit on Saturday, Feb. 13, at the General Morgan Inn.
The trip will April 23 and 24 this year.
Honors and new jobs are part of this month's edition of Class Notes.
Posted on 12 February 2016
The sound of hammering and sawing resonates at Tusculum College with the continued construction of the Ronald H. and Verna June Meen Center for Science and Math. Beginning next week, the exterior brick will begin showing and the concrete will be poured for the lecture hall.
Posted on 09 February 2016
Tusculum College lecture “Civil Rights and Liberties” is cancelled for tonight, rescheduled for March, date TBA.
Posted on 05 February 2016
Tony Shelton of Creative Masonry is the “Toughest Tender” in the world. Shelton competed in the Spec Mix Bricklayer 500 World Championships this week and was named “Toughest Tender.” Shelton competed as tender, the mason’s assistant, for Fred Campbell in Las Vegas, Nev., on Wednesday, Feb. 3. The competition included more than 20 master craftsmen [...]
Posted on 05 February 2016
A lecture examining the political and religious rivalry between Rev. Hezekiah Balch and Rev. Samuel Doak, founders of Tusculum College, will be presented on Wednesday, Feb. 17, at 7 p.m. in the Chalmers Conference in the Niswonger Commons by Jeff Lokey, assistant professor of business administration at Tusculum College.
Posted on 03 February 2016
Dinner, dancing and romance are on the agenda for the Valentine’s Day Dinner/Swing Dance, set for Saturday, Feb. 13 at 6:30 p.m., at the General Morgan Inn.
Posted on 01 February 2016
“The Tusculum Review” recently named Ada Limon and Allison Joseph as members of The Tusculum Review Advisory Board.
Posted on 29 January 2016
Uncovering cases from the annals of the highest court in America that may not have the popular recognition of Brown v. Board of Education or Roe v. Wade but have had as significant impact on the nation will be the focus of a presentation Tuesday, Feb. 9, at Tusculum College.
Posted on 28 January 2016
A discussion titled “Health Care: How Can We Reduce Costs and Still Get the Care We Need?” will be hosted by Tusculum College on Thursday, Feb. 11, at 7 p.m. in Chalmers Conference Center in the Niswonger Commons on the Greeneville campus and in the large first floor classroom at the Knoxville Regional Center. The joint session will be simulcast.
Posted on 14 January 2016
Tusculum College was pleased to host Mr. Bill Darden, field representative for Congressman Phil Roe, as a speaker at a student luncheon today. Mr. Darden spoke to the students about work as a "political staffer" and gave them tips for being successful post-graduation. Top of the list were honing time management and conversational skills. The event was co-hosted by Career Services and the Department of Political Science.
Posted on 10 December 2015
Six Tusculum College students learned the ins and outs of participatory government when they recently attended the 46th General Assembly of the Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature, a mock legislature at the state capitol building in Nashville.
The Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature is a forum for the top echelon of the state's campus leaders to exchange ideas, express their opinions and learn how government works.