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Students struggle to sell textbooks after high expenses, little use
May 2, 2019
Choosing between accessibility or better prices makes it hard for some UT students to easily sell textbooks at a fair price.
Lifesaving Austin startup CPRWrap launches nationally
April 3, 2019
Felicia Jackson worked as a medical professional and was CPR certified, but she froze and was unable to act when her 2-year-old son stopped breathing in the backseat of the car. Her husband was able to save their son’s life, but Jackson realized something needed to be done to make it easier for people to act during sudden cardiac arrest emergencies.
Women’s History Month display writes women back into history
March 5, 2019
UT libraries “Reclaiming Herstory Across Disciplines” display highlights women’s voices and contributions throughout history and across multiple disciplines.
SAFE’s Austin Drop-In Center aids survivors of human trafficking
February 26, 2019
Texas has the second-highest rate of human trafficking cases reported annually. Now, survivors have somewhere to go.
Q&A: The Aces discuss debut album, influences as all-female group
February 19, 2019
With a strong indie-pop presence and sense of sisterhood, the band wants to break away from negative assumptions about all-female bands and put on a show that leaves fans in a more positive state of mind.
‘Black Panther’ Oscar nominations break barriers in black representation
February 13, 2019
‘Black Panther’ makes Academy Awards history with seven nominations, including ‘Best Picture.’