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Dos and don’ts of leasing in West Campus
September 27, 2018
West Campus offers close proximity to campus, Greek life, restaurants and stores, but living there often comes at a steep price.
“Nothing is being done about it”: Lawrence Ross exposes widespread issue of on-campus racism
September 17, 2018
The University Panhellenic Council targeted the elimination of on-campus racism with their fall semester keynote speaker Lawrence Ross.
Free behavioral therapy clinic opens its doors for the year
September 13, 2018
The UT Department of Psychology’s free cognitive behavioral therapy clinic is now accepting patient applications for the fall, and spots are filling up fast.
Former NASA engineer celebrates diversity in STEM
September 11, 2018
On Tuesday, former NASA engineer Shayla Rivera shared with students her story, from struggling to learn English to getting to where she is today.
UT kicks off 'Longhorn Fridays'
September 4, 2018
UT’s newest tradition aims to turn the whole campus burnt orange every Friday.
‘I’ve always wanted to go to UT’: DeSoto valedictorian stripped of title is headed to 40 Acres
August 30, 2018
In her valedictorian speech, Brannon criticized the DeSoto administration for a lack of trained teachers and a larger focus on sports than academics. Brannon and her mother Samantha Brannon said they believe the revised rankings were in retaliation to the speech.
‘It really makes no sense’: Skyloft ‘Luxury Living’ grand opening met with criticism
August 29, 2018
Residents of Skyloft, a newly constructed 18-story building in West Campus, have expressed discontent with malfunctioning electricity and pipes, misleading floor plans and more.
Student committee’s Prescription Drug Take Back Day combats nation-wide drug crisis
April 25, 2018
The U.S. Department of Justice’s 2016 National Drug Threat Assessment reported that 52 people across the country die every day from overdosing on painkillers.
Students complain of registration season bringing advising frustrations
April 22, 2018
While some students leave advising appointments feeling satisfied, others have complained of feeling lost and confused.
36 hours, one challenge; UT students Chase the World for charity
April 4, 2018
UT students are gearing up to race as far around the world as they can, with no money, no personal transport and no limits.
Cockrell School Cares Week focuses on mental health, self care, diversity
March 27, 2018
This week, the Student Engineering Council is hosting its first weeklong campaign to encourage awareness of mental health, self care and diversity, and to promote student engagement with each other.
Conversations about accessibility allow student concerns to be heard
March 21, 2018
Students expressed frustration over accessibility issues, such as bumpy terrain on the Speedway Mall, at an open forum discussion hosted by Services for Students with Disabilities and Student Government on Wednesday.
The Voices of Texas THON Day 2018: Miracle Kids and miraculous students
March 4, 2018
Texas THON has spent the year raising money and awareness for Dell Children’s Medical Center, but its impact is greater than just monetary sums.
Diseases and detective work open the Science Under the Stars lecture series
February 9, 2018
In the midst of flu season, UT students led a public discussion on the spread of diseases worldwide and how government agencies try to stop them.
UGS Major Exploration Panel aims to help plan students' futures
January 31, 2018
A group of past School of undergraduate studies students provided insight for current students on trying new paths to different majors on Wednesday.