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UT adds new traditions to class ring ceremony
April 28, 2019
UT stored the graduating class of 2019 and 2020’s class rings in the Tower for the first time ever on Thursday night. The following day, the ring ceremony was held in front of the Tower, which was lit the night before in honor of the event.
Texas Senate Bill 2 threatens city of Austin’s commitment to no-kill policy, officials say
April 16, 2019
Volunteers expressed concerns about the overcrowding of animals at the Center due to the no-kill policy at the City Council meeting.
Hall of Texas renovated to restore mid-20th century glory
April 10, 2019
The Hall of Texas reading room in the Main Building has been renovated from an office space to a reading room that mimics the one many alumni recall studying in the early to mid-20th century.
Politically conservative Muslim students feel excluded on campus in the age of Trump
April 3, 2019
Some Muslims who hold conservative political views feel isolated from the liberal-leaning Muslim community, causing them to be wary of sharing their political views with their Muslim peers.
Latino males near border area are more likely to attend higher education than those in urban areas, study shows
April 1, 2019
Latino males along the border are more likely to attend college post-graduation compared to those living in urban areas, according to the first policy brief by Project MALES (Mentoring to Achieve Latino Educational Success), a UT initiative based within the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement.
Whites, Asians are more likely to out-earn their parents 5 years post-graduation compared to peers, new UT System study shows
March 13, 2019
The study compared parental household income to an individual’s earnings five years post-graduation. The study showed college graduates are more likely to make more money than their parents within five years.
UT Law and international scholars discuss the future of democracy and constitutionalism in new three-day conference
February 26, 2019
UT and international scholars gathered last week at a three-day conference to discuss liberal democracy.
Cockrell School of Engineering and College of Natural Sciences hosts first 'Black Excellence in STEM' festival
February 17, 2019
The Cockrell School of Engineering and the College of Natural Sciences hosted the first Black Excellence in STEM festival on Friday to showcase significant black figures and their contributions to the STEM field.
Texas Wildlife Day sees sharp increase in attendance at fourth annual event
January 27, 2019
On Saturday, the Texas Memorial Museum hosted its fourth annual Texas Wildlife Day, a free event where the public can learn about various aspects of wildlife through activities and exhibits.