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Dell Seton doctors help restore patient’s vision
December 9, 2018
What started as an ophthalmologist appointment in July 2018 for a little bit of vision loss in one eye sparked a long medical journey that landed Jesus Velazquez, 61, from McAllen, Texas at UT’s Dell Seton Medical Center.
UT communications faculty wins award fourth year in a row
December 2, 2018
On Nov. 10, the National Communication Association’s (NCA) Applied Communication Division presented Barbour with the Bill Eadie Distinguished Scholarly Article Award. Each year, the Applied Communication Division, an interest group within NCA, gives out awards to its members whose study impacts people’s lives. This is the second year in a row Barbour has won the award and the fourth year in a row it has been given a UT faculty member.
Q&A: Joseph Fink discusses newest book based off podcast
November 6, 2018
The two-time New York Times best-selling author’s newest book orbits around Keisha Taylor, a truck driver traveling across the country searching for her wife who everyone thinks is dead. The Daily Texan had the chance to talk to Fink about his latest release the morning it dropped.
International students discuss transition to US
November 2, 2018
Radio-television-film freshman Juneid Mosaheb first stepped foot in the U.S. in January and moved to Austin in August. Leaving behind his home in Mauritius to find a community at UT was one struggle — finding himself was another.
Students discuss struggles with self-doubt in relation to homophobia
September 19, 2018
Adrian Nañez, theatre and dance freshman, struggled to articulate what homophobia means to him. The sound of wind and car horns filled the space of silence as he searched for the right words.