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Student-founded ride-hailing app aims to reinvent city-to-city travel
April 25, 2018
From dockless scooters to Lyft, campus is full of alternatives for short distance travel. But two UT freshmen want to change the way students travel long distances with a new app they’ve developed.
Author Jeff VanderMeer reads from his works ‘The Strange Bird’ and ‘Borne’
April 16, 2018
Science fiction author Jeff VanderMeer immersed the audience in a world of bioengineered creatures to understand the links between science and nature in an alternate, fictional reality at a reading on Monday.
UT group makes “flow kits” for women in need of feminine products
April 6, 2018
Flo Code, a nonprofit organization that provides aid to local organizations for women, teamed up with UT’s Texas Rotaract and the Austin Cosmopolitan Rotary Club to host a “Flo Party.”
Longhorn Lights Out sends students to save energy in buildings across campus
April 1, 2018
On Friday, Longhorn Lights Out hosted their monthly “Join the Dark Side” event in which groups of students turn off lights and other unnecessary electronics in buildings across campus.
Researchers practice presenting research in a unique format: speed dating
March 1, 2018
UT researchers went on speed dates on Wednesday, but instead of pitching themselves, they pitched their research.
Nonprofit Socks for the Sole wants to donate a common item to area homeless: socks
February 8, 2018
Many student–run charity organizations exist at UT, but only one donates a specific kind of clothing to the homeless: socks. Created by UT students, Socks for the Sole, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, provides socks and care packages to the homeless population of Austin.
Men share experiences of working in female-dominated workplaces
January 31, 2018
The UT Social Work Council held a discussion about the effects of being a male in female-dominated workplaces on Wednesday.