Maggie Jones
mjone130@tennessee.edu

Maggie Jones is a junior at the University of Tennessee and is studying Journalism and Electronic Media and History. She is from Knoxville, Tennessee, and graduated from Gibbs High School in 2011.

Her interest in journalism was sparked when she had to interview a World War II veteran in high school and write about his encounters. This experience made her realize she wanted to tell the stories of people who have given back to their country and community. 

Maggie hopes to work for a top newspaper or online news source sometime in the future. She is especially interested in covering local news and learning about the people within different communities.

Also, because she plays them way too much, Maggie would like to write about the latest video game news. 

When she is not attending classes, writing, or working, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, attending church, playing video games, and practicing her bass guitar.

Follow Maggie on Twitter @Maggie_Jones19

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February 10 2013 :: Winter Jam to rock Knoxville
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The Center's clothes closet offers apparel for children and adults.
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Volunteers and staff at the Center help clients as they search the aisles.
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Clients line up outside the Baptist Center for its biweekly Market.
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Manduley used pop culture examples to illustrate how sex and virginity are perceived.
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Manduley talked about different ideas of virginity from Classical Greece to present day America.
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In addition to using Google Earth, Markel included Civil War photographs in this lecture.
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Joan Markel used Google Earth to give a detailed look at the city of Knoxville.
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The Winter Jam Tour Spectacular will provide live music from today's top Christian artists.
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Interested students must register through MyUTK before February 4.
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Networking at Neyland will give professional advice and tips to aid students in their search for jobs.
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Dr. Greco's lecture, "Testimonial Knowledge and Flow of information" highlights the problems of the epistemology of testimony and offers proposed solutions to solve them.
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Most of the pieces found at the pottery sale were made by students hoping to raise enough money to attend an informational conference.
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The sale featured a variety of ceramic design styles from funky to classic pieces.
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Potential customers scoped out the work available at the Fall Holiday Ceramic sale.
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The Disney College Program offers several opportunities for students of all majors to meet new people, gain work experience and take classes for college credit.
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At first glance, the stacks at Hodges Library can look intimidating, but the creation of StackMap plans to combat this problem to make finding materials here much easier.
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With the presidential election just around the corner, the Howard Baker Jr. Center is providing voter registration for students so their voices will be heard this November.
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"Aspire to be Financially Savvy" taught students how to manage their funds so they can get out of college without a mountain of debt.
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"Aspire to be Financially Savvy" was held in the Scripps Convergence Lab at 7:00 Tuesday evening.
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The place where the former IHOP stood is now blocked because of construction. The Chick-fil-A is set to open in October.
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Melrose Avenue has already seen some new additions with newly installed bike racks and benches.
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Hundreds of students pass the construction area for what will be UT's newest residence hall every day. The hall is expected to open in August 2014.
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