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UT hosts 40th annual 'Mesoamerica Meetings'
January 15, 2018
Scholars and enthusiasts from across the globe viewed art exhibitions, deciphered Mayan hieroglyphics and attended lectures about volcanoes and artifacts at the Department of Art and Art History’s 40th annual “Mesoamerica Meetings” held from Jan. 9 to 13.
Rowling Hall aims to become first zero waste university building in Texas
December 8, 2017
In preparation for the McCombs School of Business staff to move into the new graduate building Dec. 18, the hallways and break rooms of Robert B. Rowling Hall are being filled with recycling and compost bins.
Lecture discusses everyday dangers of anti-Muslim racism
December 6, 2017
On the morning of June 18, 17-year-old Nabra Hassanen was on her way to the mosque for Ramadan prayers. By the end of the day, she had been abducted and murdered. Some called it an unfortunate result of road rage. Others called it a hate crime.
Sport clubs donate food to beat hunger
November 29, 2017
Instead of doing homework or playing ultimate frisbee, exercise science senior Domenica Sutherland spent her Tuesday night sorting through mountains of canned food donations flooding the Recreational Sports Center lobby.
Media Ethics Initiative discusses ethics in science of climate change
November 15, 2017
Scientists are wasting time trying to force a consensus about climate change issues when they should be focusing on strengthening their argument, said Jean Goodwin, professor in the Department of Communication at North Carolina State University.
Health Advocacy Student Coalition holds inaugural assembly
November 10, 2017
Health care and politics may not always seem compatible, but for the Health Advocacy Student Coalition, HASC, these two fields came together at their inaugural assembly Thursday night.
Internet personality Tyler Oakley discusses career as YouTuber
November 7, 2017
Author, activist and YouTube personality Tyler Oakley said despite all the mishaps in his career, he would not change it for a thing.
'Harry Potter' fans celebrate Halloween Hogwarts-style at UT
November 1, 2017
Minutes before the Shirley Bird Perry Ballroom opened its doors, a line of students filled the third floor of the Union to its brim. They were waiting for a chance to relive their childhood and go to Hogwarts.
Adapted Sports Night offers spin on sports
October 25, 2017
Students and Austin-based athletes gathered for the third annual Adapted Sports Night, an open house for students with or without disabilities to try various sports such as sled hockey, rugby and wheelchair basketball.
Journalist Joshua Holland leads seminar on fake news
October 17, 2017
On Tuesday, Joshua Holland, a contributor to The Nation and Rolling Stone, led a discussion on today’s media landscape in a Future of Public Policy seminar titled “Political Journalism in an Era of Fake News.”
Moody unveils study abroad photo contest winners
October 4, 2017
Photographs from countries including the Czech Republic, Nicaragua, Morocco and New Zealand were honored Tuesday at the unveiling of the winners of this year’s Moody College of Communication Study Abroad Photo Contest.
Award-winning poet gives inaugural reading at Harry Ransom Center
September 26, 2017
Five hours before he was slotted to take stage, Roger Reeves was in his cluttered, unpainted office scribbling an idea for a poem in the margins of a book. He had no idea what he was going to read that night.
LGBTQ organizations host annual welcome event
September 7, 2017
Hundreds of queer and transgender students of color, as well as allies, gathered on the East Mall Thursday night to tie-dye shirts and to celebrate the start of a new school year.
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