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Students write, direct, perform play in four days for 'Once Upon a Week'
September 17, 2015
Students scramble to type out a story line, manage a group of actors and remember their parts as they work through the process of writing, directing and performing a play — all within the span of four days.
UT junior releases music video 'Put ‘Em Up'
September 2, 2015
Economics junior Jonathan Dror’s attempt to get on Snapchat’s UT Campus Story led to a school-spirited music video that had garnered over 20,000 views the day after he released it.
Pop goes the artist: Students prepare for second Push4Art
April 24, 2015
With the push of a button, students wandering campus this weekend can summon a sudden performance from a string quartet, a guitar-strumming vocalist or a magician lying nearby in wait.
Members of Dorkbot-Austin foster technological creativity
April 2, 2015
From developing seaweed-farming technologies to transforming robot toys into aliens, participants of Dorkbot-Austin pride themselves in doing strange things with electricity.
UT’s informal courses allow students to explore unusual fields
March 26, 2015
“Drawing and Painting the Human Head,” “Instant Piano For Busy People” and “Solo Travel With Confidence” are just three of the courses Austin residents can take through the UT Informal Classes program.
Stray from the beaten path for these innovative SXSW events
March 12, 2015
Film, music and interactive events form the foundation of any good South By Southwest festival experience — but if you’re looking to diversify your schedule, the following artworks and galleries are especially innovative.
Man behind Tower shines light on University achievements
March 11, 2015
Steve Giannascoli, UT electric shop crew leader, remembers the first time he lit the Tower orange.
UT alumna runs chocolate business Tsokolate Artisan Chocolates & Confections from apartment kitchen
March 10, 2015
UT alumna Larissa Mae Sarangaya doesn’t let the her cramped apartment kitchen keep her from cooking in it. In fact, it’s where she runs her business.
Innervisions Gospel Choir celebrates its 40th year on campus
March 9, 2015
When Almetris “Mama” Duren, the namesake of Duren Residence Hall, founded Innervisions Gospel Choir in 1974, it was one of the first black, non-Greek organizations on campus.
Solar Vehicle Team builds and races sun-powered cars
March 4, 2015
A group of students is building a solar-powered car that can function, drive and even race — all while creating minimal waste.
UT students celebrate Chinese New Year
February 19, 2015
Flashy headbands, excessive alcohol and the live stream of the Times Square ball drop kicked off 2015, but roughly 20 percent of the world’s population is getting ready to welcome the new year again.
Exhibit at Visual Arts Center features artwork by faculty members from all departments in College of Fine Arts
February 17, 2015
"Inquiry" features work from 58 of the 70 department faculty members who taught in the fall in each division of study in the College of Fine Arts.