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The University of Memphis men’s basketball program has not made it to the NCAA tournament in five years, and coach Penny Hardaway is in danger of missing the NCAA tournament for the second year in a row. The last two coaches who missed the NCAA tournament consecutive years did not return as …

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After more than two years have passed since two University of Memphis students were accused of raping the same victim, one alleged perpetrator has pleaded guilty to kidnapping, but not sexual assault, while the other was granted the motion to "go second."

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The men’s and women’s track and field team began their 2020 indoor campaign Sunday in Birmingham, Alabama. Coming off the six week winter break, there were only four days of official team practice to get the athletes prepared mentally to compete at a high level. 

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World-Renowned children’s author Brian Selznick visited the University of Memphis Department of Theatre and Dance to share excerpts and illustrations from his new book entitled “Live Oak, With Moss” Nov. 21 at the Mainstage Theatre.

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On Nov. 13, the Ned R. McWherter Library hosted the fourth iteration of the biannual “NED Talks” series, an event based on the TED Talks series where researchers present their findings and discuss the future of their research, and will continue their series Nov. 14.

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The University of Memphis’s Admissions Office is preparing to select the 2020 orientation guide team with applications due Oct. 31. Orientation Guide Coordinators, Haeleah Lester and Jasmine Harrington, use interest meetings to inform students on the benefits of being in a student leadership…

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The University of Memphis held a hearing Wednesday morning in the University Center open to all students and staff as a forum to clarify any questions regarding in-state tuition policy proposals, as per state requirements for new rules at public universities. 

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The University of Memphis chapter of  political organization, Young Americans for Freedom (YAF), plans to host a seminar with Andrew Klavan,  screenwriter, author and host of the self-affiliated show on The Daily Wire about the controversial hot topic of fake news Thursday.

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As the sun set on Friday night, a group of certified wellness coaches held a guided meditation session on the UC lawn. Dinesh Kashikar, also known as Kashi, found meditation beneficial during college and now travels to campuses to help other stress-filled students.