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UT Votes holds training in advance of May elections
April 25, 2017
UT Votes hosted their semesterly training on Tuesday to become a Travis County volunteer deputy registrar.
Safe sex education impact on campus
April 19, 2017
Although more than 83 percent of Texas district schools teach abstinence-only or no sexual education at all, many UT organizations provide resources to educate students on campus about these topics.
Texas Speech wins national title at team championship
April 5, 2017
Texas Speech won its second consecutive American Forensic Association national team championship Monday, scoring better than 72 other teams.
Texas Public Health Week brings awareness with carnival
April 4, 2017
The Texas Public Health Week carnival showcased everything from proper alcohol servings to a therapeutic horse Monday on the East Mall.
CMHC steps in to help students with mental health issues of any degree
March 30, 2017
As exams, final grades and the end of the semester approach, students allow mental health to become their lowest priority — something the UT Counseling and Mental Health Center aims to counter.
UT Rez Week seeks to unify campus through worship
March 28, 2017
With hands raised and eyes closed, students gathered in song Monday at the opening event for UT Rez Week.
Archivist presents film documentary of iconic Bob Dylan
March 21, 2017
Michael Chaiken, curator of the Bob Dylan Archive at the Helmerich Center for American Research in Tulsa, presented a 50th anniversary viewing Monday of Pennebaker’s documentary film, which juxtaposed the modern perception of Bob Dylan against reality.
Jesús Salvador Treviño talks what it means to be a Latino storyteller
March 8, 2017
Writer and director Jesús Salvador Treviño discussed the importance of pursuing his passion in storytelling.
Women’s groups on campus aim to keep women in STEM fields
March 7, 2017
Over time, women’s groups have grown in popularity on campus.
UT Entrepreneurship Week kicks off with women empowerment
February 28, 2017
The documentary “She Started It" was screened Monday to start UT Entrepreneurship Week.
“We’re not the police”: Resident Assistants on campus talk about what they really do
February 16, 2017
From planning “first day of school pictures” to being on-call in the latest hours of the night, resident assistants on campus have countless responsibilities they carry out in the pursuit of building a safe community for their residents.
Gateway Scholars program connects students to working professionals
February 13, 2017
The Gateway Scholars program hosted the third of its four-part series, “Network After Work,” on Monday evening.
Traditions blend at Lunar New Year fest
January 27, 2017
Last night, the Asian American Culture student organization celebrated the Lunar New Year with an event that showcased the vibrancy of the traditional Asian celebration.
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