The Best of UTPD Crime Log

12:13, 14 OCT 2015: Mass Fall Break-related speeding incidents reported. Send Bicycle Officers to apprehend suspects. 23:04, 14 OCT 2015: Underage drinking suspected at residence on Forest Ave. No warrant acquired; try to snag them for jaywalking as they leave. 08:49, 15 OCT 2015: Hungover walk of shame rampant. No crime committed, but officers may be able to squeeze a jaywalking ticket out of it. … Continue reading The Best of UTPD Crime Log

Post-E3 Study: “Gamers will buy anything if you tell them they’re special”

To most gamers, summer is riddled with negative connotations: unbearable heat, pressure to partake in social situations, and constant reminders that you’re a disappointment to Dad because you don’t have a job and aren’t good at yardwork. However, two days out of the season make it all worth it—two days when nerds nationwide get to don their shoddiest cardboard Master Chief costume, leave their basements, … Continue reading Post-E3 Study: “Gamers will buy anything if you tell them they’re special”

A Brief Review of the Recent Fort Shooting

Debuting in this week’s issue of The Tangerine, the Fort Shooting Review Committee is bringing detailed commentary to UT students on the March 7, 2015 shooting that lit up The Fort in a blaze of gunfire. Plot Average and satisfactory, but cliché: These are words that describe the recent shooting that occurred on the 1500 block of Forest Avenue in Knoxville’s warzone we all know … Continue reading A Brief Review of the Recent Fort Shooting

Master Harold… and the Boys Considerably Less Scandalous than Name Implies

Master Harold… and the Boys ran from February 12th to the 22nd in the Carousel Theatre. This play is centered on a young, rich, spoiled South African boy (just picture a frat guy with a South African accent), and the two waiters, Sam and Willy, that work at his parents’ diner. After learning that his alcoholic father may be coming home, Harold is upset and … Continue reading Master Harold… and the Boys Considerably Less Scandalous than Name Implies

A Brief History of the Cinema—Part 2: The Road to Color Films

The movies we know and sometimes love but mostly criticize have not always been presented in the broad spectrum of vibrant colors that we know and sometimes love but mostly criticize. Before films were painted with the familiar palette of reds, greens, and blues, they were simply shown in black and white. Before that, they were probably presented in some other color scheme, but that … Continue reading A Brief History of the Cinema—Part 2: The Road to Color Films