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Steve Gill Has a Suggestion for the University of Tennessee: What It Could Be Doing Instead of ‘Sex Week’ That Could Help More Than Thirty Percent of their Students

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Conservative political commentator and Tennessee Star contributor Steve Gill shared a bombshell finding Thursday on The Gill Reportbroadcast live on WETR 92.3 FM in Knoxville that more than a third of college students say they don’t get enough to eat and are functionally homeless.

“We were talking about Sex Week, and have to just tell you – and I’m trying to be delicate here – but I feel so sorry for that poor, UT football fan who is so distraught over the last couple of years, when Tennessee football couldn’t make its way into the end zone,” Gill said.

He continued:

We could not get to the checkerboard square. We. Could. Not. Score… under Butch Jones. And there’s great hope that coach Pruitt will be an entirely different matter.

But I feel so sorry for that poor UT football fan, or UT student on campus who is a big UT football fan that comes across the Sex Week schedule and thinks that some of the focus on “End Zone” has to do with better offensive efficiency for the football team, when they’re going to get in those meetings and really, really be surprised.

Also, a new story – a third of college students, according to a new US Department of Education survey, a third – 36 per cent – of college students say they don’t get enough to eat, and many are kind of in a homeless situation.

Maybe instead of Sex Week, the University of Tennessee ought to be handing out, like, sandwiches, and Cheetos, and burritos to the student population instead of focusing on perversion… If we really cared for our students. 

(emphasis added)

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2 thoughts on “Steve Gill Has a Suggestion for the University of Tennessee: What It Could Be Doing Instead of ‘Sex Week’ That Could Help More Than Thirty Percent of their Students

  1. KayeJ

    Why are you opposed to this? I found their mission statement and goals after reading this article and I can find nothing wrong with it. Provides knowledge…that’s it! Doesn’t promote promiscuity, life style changes, etc. I’m confused as to why you’re opposed to that.

  2. 83ragtop50

    I am totally opposed to the “Sex Week” activities BUT I wonder how accurate the claim of over 30% of the students go hungry and are “functionally homeless”. What is “functionally homeless”? Do they live in dorms, in apartments, under bridges? This is quite questionable. Maybe they should get a job rather than spending $20K a year to go to college. They do have choices and their choices have consequences.

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