Tennessee Volunteers Silk Necktie Silver Line
| University of Tennessee Volunteers|
Show your team spirit with this Tennessee Volunteers silk neck tie. They're made from the finest materials.
100% Woven SILK , Officially licensed college logo neckties. These 100% silk collegiate men's ties are the perfect gift for students, alumni, dads and fans.
US SRP: 45.00
Since the 1800s, "The Hill" has been symbolic of the higher education in the state of Tennessee. The University, founded in 1794 as Blount College moved to "The Hill" in 1828 and quickly grew around it.
The main part of UT's old campus stands on this rising bank above the north shore of the Tennessee River. Neyland Stadium sprawls at the base of The Hill, between it and the River.
Years of constant expansion and development have pushed the campus west of The Hill. Ayres Hall (left), built in 1919, holds a commanding view over the campus and houses the College of Arts and Sciences, and still provides the most dynamic and recognizable scenes on campus. Next to that building is the oldest building on campus, South College Hall, built in 1872. Today "The Hill" is the center of activity for the majors of natural sciences, mathematics, computer sciences and engineering.
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