A beloved advisor, mother of two, and five-year UT employee passed away unexpectedly this past Monday. Meg Combs was only 35 years old when she died from what are believed to be natural causes. Those who remember her on campus, including several English and Writing faculty at a conference in New Orleans, are shocked and saddened by her death.
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Caitiln Boline, Jennie Bean, and seven other dedicated education majors are taking their spring break to a new level, literally. As the end of the year approaches, the nine education majors who have been working diligently in the Hillsborough County Public schools throughout the spring have been thinking about where to take their senior spring break.
Last Saturday, the gentlemen of the Sigma Chi fraternity attended the second annual Clean City Day. In an effort to keep Tampa cleaner than the way they found it, the 24 participants sacrificed a Saturday morning to be in Al Lopez Park for the event. The affair kicked off the new Keep Tampa Clean Campaign.
Friends and colleagues of Dr. Wayne Miller celebrated his life during a touching memorial in Plant Hall on Friday, March 28. If there was a theme that emerged about Dr. Miller through the many speakers that graced the event, it was his extraordinarily diverse and nuanced life, and his ability to connect and converse with people of all stripes.