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‘It’s like lifting weights’: As finals approach, students reflect on how they handle stress
December 5, 2018
Stress can affect a student in three ways: physical, emotional and psychological, educational psychology professor Christopher McCarthy said.
Students facing failing grades turn to Q drops
November 28, 2018
Last spring, more than 1,500 students failed at least one class and more than 6,000 students Q-dropped at least one class.
Texas Running Club members prepare for marathon
November 7, 2018
A short 10 weeks away, the Houston Marathon awaits runners in the Texas Running Club who have endured six weeks of training already for this race.
UT-Austin student runs SEO focused media company
October 31, 2018
Business freshman Brennen Bliss created websites as a simple hobby in middle school. Now, his hobby has expanded into a company geared toward increasing sales for small businesses.
UT Real Beauty Campaign sparks conversation among students
October 17, 2018
The annual UT Real Beauty Campaign aims to spark conversation among UT students about what “real beauty” means to them. The event runs from Oct. 15 through Oct. 26 and takes place all over campus, with many events held on the West Mall.
UT Alumni Thrives in Nashville as Country Singer
October 4, 2018
After releasing his first single on his graduation day in May, 2018 UT alumnus Tyler Dial packed up his things and moved to Nashville to build his career as a country music singer.
Walking with cell phones cause dangers on UT-Austin campus
September 27, 2018
While it is common to see hundreds of students navigating UT while staring at their cell phones, this activity could potentially be dangerous.
Austin Museum Day offers free admission for museums
September 20, 2018
More than 40 museums in the Austin area will be free of charge this coming Sunday, during the 21st annual Austin Museum Day.