As the leaves on campus begin to turn red and yellow, the Tigers Initiative for Gardening in Urban Settings (TIGUrS) unveiled a lineup of concerts that are to be hosted in the TIGUrS garden. The concerts take place every Thursday until the end of October. The three featured acts are Half Ste…
Memphis is known as Grind City for the grit and grind attitude displayed by the people living there who are not only hard working, but also unique. Among the Memphians is William Gandy Jr., a fine example of what it means to be a true Memphis native and whose talents and gifts range from hai…
Japanese video game company Nintendo released a new edition to its Mario series Sept. 25 in the form of a mobile online gaming app called “Mario Kart Tour.”
The University of Memphis hosted the 16th annual Environmental Justice Conference in the UC Theatre Room on Oct. 5 where Steve Cohen, the U.S. representative from Tennessee’s 9th district, spoke about climate change and other issues.
Graduate instructors and assistants from the University of Memphis met Oct. 9 in the wake of a letter sent to UofM president M. David Rudd regarding students not receiving enough healthcare and other benefits.
- Delta Sigma Theta Sorority educates students about healthy hair and skin
- Memphis Football looks to get back on the winning side of things as they host Tulane this Saturday
- TIGUrS garden to bring former ‘The Voice’ contestants to UofM
- Helmsman Roundtable: Memphis looks to take on AAC opponent Tulane
- UofM signs $6 million contract with California advertising firm over local firms
Memphis has moved from the poorest city in the United States to the second poorest of metro areas that have more than one million people, but University of Memphis social work professor Elena Delavega said the method in which poverty is measured might not be accurate in today’s world.
As voter registration deadlines approach in Memphis, University of Memphis organizations plan to host events to promote the importance of voting to students.
A rebirth of Memphis metro area journalism was ignited Monday when The Daily Memphian officially launched its website to cover this city and only this city — reporting news by Memphians for Memphians.
The Memphis Tigers (5-1) will be taking on their second straight conference opponent, the Tulane Green Wave (5-1).
The Memphis Tigers (5-0) head to the City of Brotherly Love to face the Temple Owls (4-1). The Tigers will look to continue an impressive start to the season after being ranked No. 23 in the nation.
The No. 23 Memphis Tigers (5-0) will be heading back on the road for the second straight week, this time to take on the Temple Owls (4-1). The last time these two teams played one another was in 2016 when the Tigers outlasted the Owls 34-27 at Liberty Bowl Stadium.
The Memphis Tigers volleyball team (11-5, 0-4 American Athletic Conference) continues to search for their first AAC win when they hit the road this weekend. They will travel to Dallas to face the Southern Methodist University Mustangs on Friday, and then travel to Orlando on Sunday to face o…
Memphis is fresh off a 15-10 win against SEC rival Ole Mississippi while HBCU foe the Southern University Jaguars, are not posing as much of a threat on paper, The Daily Helmsman Sports Staff gives their prediction on the upcoming contest. Kick-off is set for 11 a.m. at the Liberty Bowl Memo…
After a hard-fought opening game victory against SEC rivals Ole Miss, the Memphis Tigers (1-0) set their sights on Southern Universities Jaguars (0-1). Saturday’s game will be the first time that the two teams have faced each other.
The Memphis Tigers volleyball team (3-0) opened this semesters season with three decisive wins against the Drake University, South Dakota State and Eastern Illinois University at the Eastern Illinois University Panther Invitational.
Arts & Entertainment
Under a giant moose bust wearing a Budweiser baseball cap with protruding antlers and one missing ear, two members of the local band, Pillow Talk, sat for a chat.
A friend and I left a Malco Paradiso showing of Mad Max: Fury Road utterly confused and expressing that we might even want our $12 back.
Both a former University of Memphis student and a current graduate student’s art exhibits are displayed at the Martha and Robert Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary Art in the Art and Communications Building.
The University of Memphis’ campus radio station, WUMR “The Jazz Lover” 91.7 FM, has come back from Thanksgiving Break aiming to keep itself alive through donations from its listeners.