KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — An upcoming event called Sex Week at the University of Tennessee is generating talk off campus, but most students have no problem with it.
Sophomore Trenesheia Davis told the Knoxville News Sentinel UT students are adults. She said she is very interested in some of the topics of discussion scheduled for April 5-12.
Junior Max Rippe said a program about promoting a healthy sexual environment would be a good use of student fees.
State Sen. Stacey Campfield — a Knoxville Republican — called for a review of UT’s budget. But Brianna Rader, who is a co-founder of Sexual Empowerment and Awareness at Tennessee, said the event is funded by student fees and grants — not appropriated money.