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Dell Medical School launches new clinic for bipolar disorders
December 11, 2017
A new mental health clinic will lower costs for treatment of bipolar disorders, the sixth leading cause of disability, according to the World Health Organization.
Community Engagement Center moves out from East Austin location
December 7, 2017
For 10 years, the Marvin C. Griffin building has been home to community discussions on social justice and inequality, but last week, it was time to say goodbye.
Project Linking the Arts unifies the UT arts community
December 3, 2017
Nine different student organizations performed at the Hogg Memorial Auditorium on Saturday night, but they had one thing in common — a love for the arts.
Actress discusses ignorance towards black history
November 30, 2017
Americans have an unhealthy relationship with their history, especially when it comes to black history, actress and comedian Azie Dungey said to an auditorium of UT students Thursday afternoon.
Poetry night dispels myths of stuttering
November 19, 2017
Kelly Woodworth does not have a fluency disorder, but on Friday, she voluntary stuttered as she recited her poem to understand what her clients feel like.
Dell Medical School’s new department hopes to improve diagnostic testing
November 17, 2017
The first step in providing successful medical care is making the proper diagnosis, and the Dell Medical School’s new Department of Diagnostic Medicine aims to ensure this critical step is taken more often than not.
We Belong Here event invites students to share on experiences abroad
November 14, 2017
UT alumna Rebecca Dockall said she recognized her privilege while running an errand in India.
Students share immigrant experiences at Faces of Immigration event
November 10, 2017
Markfirah Krueng was one of three student speakers who discussed immigrant experiences at “Faces of Immigration,” an event hosted by the Students for Equity and Diversity on Thursday evening.
UT students participate in first partisan political hackathon
November 5, 2017
Ten teams gathered on Sunday at a downtown building to present their ideas on utilizing technology to increase progressive votes.
Austin’s new Central Library provides innovative services to students
October 30, 2017
Austin’s 200,000-square-foot new Central Library opened its doors to the public on Saturday, 11 years after voters approved of its funding.
Mid-Autumn Festival celebrates Chinese annual harvest
October 27, 2017
Conversation filled Gregory Plaza on Thursday evening, but when biomedical engineering senior Veronica Stuckey started dancing, all went silent.
Texas Southmost College students visited UT for Brownsville Project
October 23, 2017
Forty people filled the Goldsmith Hall Main Jury Room on Friday afternoon, all working to turn an abandoned rail corridor into a new city infrastructure.
Internships abroad make students more attractive to employers
October 20, 2017
Finance junior Luke Jenison was looking for a way to fit a summer study abroad program into his four-year college plan, but it didn’t seem possible until he found his solution — interning abroad.
Humanity First distributes care packages for the homeless
October 16, 2017
Over 2,000 people deal with homelessness in Austin, according to a 2017 count by the Ending Community Homelessness Coalition.
UT Hispanic Coalition raises funds for Puerto Rico, Mexico relief
October 13, 2017
UT is home to over a dozen Hispanic student organizations, and last week, many of them came together for the first time.
International students face barriers in securing jobs
October 6, 2017
International students worry about not having the same opportunities to have internships as other students.
Bake sale raises funds for DACA renewals
September 25, 2017
University Democrats sold baked goods Monday to raise funds for recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, many of whom face renewal fees in the coming weeks.
UT architecture students take part in the development of Brownsville
September 22, 2017
Architecture professor Ledesma and students from her class, “Empowerment by Design: Brownsville West Rail Trail Studio/Practicum,” are making plans to potentially convert a historic freight line in Brownsville into a new city area.
CMHC addresses current mental health issues during annual Suicide Prevention Week
September 11, 2017
The UT Counseling and Mental Health Center will start its annual “Suicide Prevention Week,” which seeks to raise awareness and advance conversations about mental health, on Tuesday.
UT places top five in number of graduates working at Silicon Valley
May 4, 2017
UT Austin has more graduates working at Silicon Valley than most Ivy League schools.
UT computer science students wins Midwest Trading Competition
May 2, 2017
Out of 35 schools across the nation, UT’s Undergraduate Computational Finance Team, or Texas UCF, won first place at the Midwest Trading Competition, the nation’s premier algorithmic trading competition.
Panelists talk racial equity in education through libraries at Beyond Barriers
April 28, 2017
Austin Mayor Steve Adler said public library programs in Austin mitigate racial inequality in access to information at a panel Thursday called “Beyond Barriers.”
UT ROTC celebrates 70th anniversary, honors alumni
April 25, 2017
The Tower was lit orange Tuesday to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the UT Army ROTC program.
UT Libraries acquire archives from architecture professor Anthony Alofsin
April 17, 2017
Architecture professor Anthony Alofsin has donated his archives to the UT Architecture and Planning Library to preserve architectural knowledge in an age of digitalization.
Language Partnership Program connects ESL and American students
April 12, 2017
Inspired by his experiences as a French, Spanish and ESL instructor in three different states, Matthew Cook started the UT Language Partnership Program in August 2016.
Texas Army ROTC wins first place in ROTC division of military skills competition
April 10, 2017
A team of 11 UT ROTC cadets from different backgrounds and majors came together over the weekend to face 11 challenges throughout a 25-mile course, which included combat swim, trauma care and weapon handling.
Texas Orange Jackets hosts discussion on women’s menstruation
March 30, 2017
Texas Orange Jackets Fall 2016 Tap Class hosted a discussion at Space24Twenty Wednesday evening on the stigma of women’s menstruation.
NASPA awards Get Sexy, Get Consent with Grand Silver Excellence Award
March 29, 2017
Get Sexy, Get Consent, an interactive performance promoting consent in sexual activities, received the Grand Silver Excellence Award from NASPA this month.
Veterans shared their stories in Israel while recovering from war
March 23, 2017
Veterans visited UT on Wednesday to discuss their trip to Israel as a way to recover from the trauma of war.
Grant program for bulletproof vests passes through Senate committee
March 7, 2017
The Senate Committee on Criminal Justice voted unanimously in favor of Senate Bill 12, which would set up a grant program for police departments around the state to acquire protective vests.
Director Keith Maitland calls for awareness of Tower shooting
February 23, 2017
Director Keith Maitland has shared his movie about the 1966 UT Tower shooting to viewers around the world, but on Wednesday, he brought it here to campus.
LBJ Presidential Library celebrates Presidents Day with free admission
February 21, 2017
Families, veterans and out-of-state visitors had free admission to the LBJ Presidential Library and Museum in honor of Presidents Day.
Signature Class lecture discusses the importance of local solutions to health care problems
February 15, 2017
Community involvement is necessary to solve local health care problems, according to speakers from the LBJ School of Public Affairs and Dell Medical School.
PCL weekend hours to change in response to student demands
January 27, 2017
The PCL will open at 10 a.m. on Saturdays and 11 a.m. on Sundays starting Jan. 28.
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