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How the Titans Can Improve Over the Off-Season

Daily Helmsman writer Shane Marizan discusses the best way the Titans can use free agency and the draft to improve their roster during the offseason.


College of Communication and Fine Arts Celebrates Upcoming Graduates

The College of Communication and Fine Arts held its first GradLife. The event was able to happen through the help of Dean of the department Ryan Fisher and faculty and staff members. Devin Clark was at the event and explains how it was a success.


UofM Students Respond to Week of Violence in Memphis

The city of Memphis is healing after high-profile violence left many scared and in search for solutions. Devin Clark had the chance to speak with UofM students on the recent tragedies.


Memphis v Boise Brookhaven Pub

Fans at Brookhaven Pub & Grill break into chants after the Tigers took down Boise State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament


Restoration and research underway at Zion Christian Cemetery

Zion Christian Cemetery is the oldest Black cemetery in Memphis.


Memphis Airport's new Concourse B is open for travelers

After a lengthy construction period, the renovated concourse has been opened for business.


The story of Belltower coffee

Belltower Coffee is a coffee shop located on the Highland Strip, a hot spot for UofM students looking to study, relax, or find repreive from the hustle and bustle of campus life.


BSA and NPHC hold fundraiser for St. Jude

Two organizations at the University of Memphis, the Black Student Association and the National Pan-Hellenic Council of Memphis, teamed up to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. In addition, the BSA and all nine chapters of the NPHC decorated holiday themed posters to give to the children at the hospital. The two groups raised $2,418, which more than doubled their initial goal of $1,000. 


Sights and sounds from UofM Homecoming: Homecoming parade

The homecoming week festivities continued at the University of Memphis Friday evening. Hundreds of students, alumni and fans filled the campus ground for the University’s Homecoming parade. More than a dozen floats were on site, driving around Walker Avenue and Patterson Street. In addition, the school’s marching band, color guard, and cheerleaders performed for the crowd.