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UT students participate in SXSW Edu pitch event with other universities
March 8, 2018
A future with invisible ear pieces feeding you information is not so far off with one UT student’s invention, pitched at a South by Southwest EDU event on Wednesday.
UT students rally in support of DACA
March 1, 2018
A crowd of about 50 UT students marched from the Speedway Mall to the Texas State Capitol to show support for recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and encourage Austinites to vote in the primary midterm elections.
McCombs graduate education center modernizes a main campus entrance
February 22, 2018
After more than nearly four years of construction, UT celebrated the grand opening of Robert B. Rowling Hall, the new graduate business education center in the McCombs School of Business.
Former Vice President Joe Biden speaks at AAAS about cancer research
February 18, 2018
When Former Vice President Joe Biden asked an audience of hundreds whose live had been affected by cancer, nearly every person raised their hand.
Speaker discusses technology giants' influence on politics
January 30, 2018
Institutions such as Facebook and Google harm democracy and should be broken up, writer Matt Stoller said during a discussion on how technology influences politics on Tuesday afternoon. The event was hosted by the LBJ School of Public Affairs.
Two UT Hyperloop teams to compete in Elon Musk’s SpaceX competition
August 6, 2017
Imagine being able to travel from Austin to Dallas in only 15 to 30 minutes. Two UT teams are currently trying to turn this into a reality through their innovations in transportation.
A new “Clear Bag Policy” regulates size and type of bag carried into UT games
August 2, 2017
Clear plastic bags are not just for sandwiches anymore, because soon they are going to become a game day staple for many Longhorn sports fans this fall.
Con Mi MADRE and Project MALES host Leadership Summer Camp at UT
July 23, 2017
Two organizations promoting higher education for Latinos came together for a four-day Leadership Summer Camp at UT this past week.
The Contemporary donates more than 700 artworks to Blanton Museum of Art
July 23, 2017
More than 700 pieces of artwork have found a new home at the Blanton Museum of Art, where the pieces will fill the empty exhibition spaces starting Aug. 5.
D’Onta Foreman arrested on drug, weapons charges Sunday
July 17, 2017
D'Onta Foreman was arrested on drug and weapons charges on campus early Sunday morning
RideAustin, Dell Med and CCC team up to give low-income Austinites rides to medical appointments
July 14, 2017
A lack of transportation can be a profound barrier for patients who need health care, so in early August, a pilot program will be giving free rides to eligible Travis County residents to and from medical appointments.
New UT Study shows economic cost of bullying
July 6, 2017
A new study from UT’s School of Human Ecology shows the economic cost of bullying, as many states could potentially lose tens of millions of dollars in funding when children miss school due to feeling unsafe.
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center named Texas state garden
June 22, 2017
The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, a non-profit botanic garden and research unit of UT, hit a major milestone in May when it received an honorary designation from the Texas Legislature as the state botanic garden and arboretum.
School of Nursing scheduled for renovation this summer
June 16, 2017
The School of Nursing is being renovated this summer to modernize the 1970s-era building, which contains decades-old seats and extremely outdated technologies.
UT to host camp for children who stutter
June 10, 2017
Beginning this week, Camp Dream. Speak. Live. is helping children who stutter gain confidence through a week of self-esteem building activities.