Political uncertainty fueled by a difficult economic climate defines national politics, the leader of a national grassroots political action committee told aspiring political leaders at a student conference Friday.
The Capitol lawn hosted some unusual outfits ranging from corsets and thongs to sundresses and sweat pants Saturday as 400 people gathered to condemn a culture that blames rape victims in SlutWalk Austin.
The “Dear Colleague” letter, issued April 4 by the department’s Office for Civil Rights, called for universities to take a closer look at their sexual assault policies in order to improve resources and support for victims.
A raging forest fire in eastern Arizona that has forced thousands from their homes Wednesday is headed for a pair of transmission lines that supply electricity to hundreds of thousands of people as far east as Texas.
Wild-animal collector, gambling tycoon and eccentric former mayor Jorge Hank Rhon has faced unproven allegations of criminal activity throughout his career in the border city famed as a base for drug traffickers.
The research center appointed Jeremi Suri to serve as the Mack Brown Distinguished Chair for Leadership in Global Affairs. Suri will teach in the department of history and the LBJ School of Public Affairs, which houses the center.
President William Powers Jr. came out against what he called “flawed” productivity analyses of the University that have been cropping up since the system released data on faculty performance last month.
Public relations senior Tristan Mace has always had an eye for design and a head for numbers. Tristan Mace created his first website development company at 14. At 16, he sold that company to media firm Livney+Partners.