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Forum celebrates Native American culture
April 30, 2012
The symposium included an indigenous and native student panel, an indigenous art show, and keynote speakers.
Cold War makes for hot topic
April 23, 2012
A biographer chronicling the life of a central Cold War policy maker received a Pulitzer Prize this year for his literary work.
Proposal for parking meters in West Campus is being considered
April 12, 2012
Residents and business owners attended a meeting Thursday night to express their approval and concern over the proposal to add the meters.
UT Scholars event hosts prospective students
April 5, 2012
The event educates prospective students on what UT has to offer as a university, such as dorming and on-campus dining.
Origami paper device may test for HIV and malaria
March 22, 2012
The ancient Japanese art of paper folding may be used to test for such diseases as HIV and malaria.
Students Against Sweatshops protest UT's apparel manufacturers
March 8, 2012
Students with the Make UT Sweatshop-Free Coalition organized a lay-in protest on the Main Mall.
UT professor cooks up new dieting program
March 7, 2012
On-the-go eating can lead to more weight gain than cooking at home does, but some can be spared by eating out smartly.
SHAC provides link for UHS-student body communication
March 2, 2012
SHAC wants students to understand that UHS is working for them and that their concerns are at the forefront of the center’s goals.
Austin ranked 12th most generous city based on Convio survey
February 26, 2012
City's affinity for donating and positive business-community cooperation extolled by poll.
Blanton Museum showcases western art reflecting American expansion
February 17, 2012
Depictions of America's westward expansion are now on display in the Blanton Museum of Art.
Students celebrate Darwins birthday, discuss controversy behind evolution
February 9, 2012
Darwin’s theories are regarded as very thorough and are an excellent starting point to understand evolution.
UT astronomy professor recognized for research
February 3, 2012
Karl Gebhardt received the Edith and Peter O’Donnell Award in Science from The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas.
Lecture series speaker discusses various job prospects for science students
January 31, 2012
Students working towards degrees in the science field do not have to restrict their future job options
Senate promotes student involvement in legislature
January 25, 2012
The Higher Ed at Home initiative aims to connect students with their local state legislators to explain why higher education matters to them.