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CEO, Chairman Bob Iger works Disney magic at VIP speaker event
April 17, 2018
Under the soft lights of the Hogg Auditorium, students buzzed with excitement as they filled the room, waiting to hear from Bob Iger, chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company.
End of Speedway Mall renovation era spurs talks about need for campus construction notifications
April 3, 2018
When fences and backhoes appear around campus seemingly overnight, some students wonder why there is not a direct notification system in place to keep the University community in the know about upcoming and current construction projects, but UT officials are working to fix this.
Graduate students continue to fend for themselves as they seek gun-free office spaces
March 22, 2018
When two guns were left unattended in UT bathrooms last month, the issue of campus carry was ushered back into the spotlight, and some graduate students — who act as teaching assistants — are voicing their discomfort with current policy regarding their office spaces.
A promising new program for pre-law students advances under the Liberal Arts Council
March 6, 2018
Students interested in a law career have something to look forward to as the Liberal Arts Council moves forward with legislation to implement a new pre-law program.
Ethics project embarks on an enlightened endeavor
March 2, 2018
The relevance of ethics in day to day life is often a second thought, but UT wants to change this with the creation of the new Ethics Project.
Chips were crunched at Texas Capitol, protesting Lady Doritos
February 11, 2018
Austinites licked their fingers and braved the frigid weather on Sunday as they gathered on the south steps of the Texas Capitol to eat chips.
Texas Memorial Museum hosts shark exhibit
January 26, 2018
A whorl-toothed shark occupied the seas 270 million years ago. Now, the shark is the main feature of the Texas Memorial Museum’s current exhibit: “The Buzz Saw Sharks of Long Ago.”