On February 20, members of the UT community came together to remember who we are and where we have been as an institution, to serve because it is the Volunteer spirit, and to celebrate the unity that makes us a community. The events incorporated will center around unification in spirit and in service.
In 2018, UT was rocked by multiple expressions of violence and anti-Semitic, racist hate on The Rock that do not reflect our values or our community. United at the Rock is a time to remember who we are as a Volunteer family. That shared identity calls us to serve our community as Volunteers.
The Central Office of Communications and Marketing created a Facebook Live video that can be viewed here.
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