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Pro-campus carry group considers rewarding students for filing complaints against professors who ban guns in offices
May 5, 2016
A group in favor of allowing concealed handguns on campus is considering rewarding students for filing complaints against professors who ban guns from their offices.
UT architecture team wins national affordable housing competition
May 2, 2016
A team from the School of Architecture won a national competition hosted by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in April.
Events + Entertainment hosts spring musical 'Young Adults' this weekend
April 28, 2016
The Creative Arts + Theatre committee of Campus Events + Entertainment is hosting their spring musical, “Young Adults,” this weekend.
Campus Environmental Center hosts Earth Day Carnival
April 25, 2016
The Campus Environmental Center held its annual Earth Day Carnival on Friday, hosting multiple environmentally-focused organizations and giving prizes to students who explored the stations.
Students showcase talents at Texas Revue
April 25, 2016
Almost 900 students were in attendance Saturday at Texas Revue 2016, one of the largest talent shows on UT’s campus.
Austin Animal Center looks for temporary foster families for displaced dogs
April 20, 2016
Austin Animal Center is seeking people to temporarily foster dogs after the Sunday night rainstorm displaced 55 dogs from the Town Lake Animal Center.
McCombs students recognized for vision and leadership
April 14, 2016
Eight students and two organizations in the McCombs School of Business were recognized for their leadership and service to the school on Monday.
Downtown Austin, West Campus ranked among most walkable neighborhoods in Texas
April 11, 2016
Three areas in Austin, including West Campus, rank in the top 10 most walkable neighborhoods in Texas, according to an article from the real estate firm REDFIN.
Historic house in West Campus will possibly be relocated for new student housing
April 7, 2016
Developers are attempting to relocate a historical house in West Campus to make way for more student housing but face opposition from a historical preservation group.
Palestine Solidarity Committee hosts Israeli Apartheid Week to raise awareness of Palestinian struggle
March 31, 2016
The Palestine Solidarity Committee hosted its third annual Israeli Apartheid Week this week, as a part of the international movement to bring awareness to Palestinian liberation struggles in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.
UT students organize TEDx event, aimed at inspiring change
March 28, 2016
UT students and alumni came together to bring TEDx back to campus with TEDxSpeedwayPlaza on Saturday.
City introduces new parking system in West Campus
March 11, 2016
Austin motorists will soon have a new way to pay for parking in West Campus.
UT professor explains Trump’s appeal
March 2, 2016
Despite his frequent insults, Republican presidential contender Donald Trump is appealing to some people because he gives them a group to identify with, according to a UT professor.
RecSports offers free classes as part of national fitness event
February 25, 2016
RecSports celebrated National Recreational Sports and Fitness Day by offering free classes to the entire campus.
Student wins app contest with 'Lightpath'
February 22, 2016
UT student Anisha Srivastava took first place in a coding competition for creating an application to provide students with a new way to review academic concepts.
Austin Marathon maintains pace, reaches 25th year anniversary
February 15, 2016
Over 11,000 runners crossed the finish line yesterday at the 25th Austin Marathon and Half Marathon.
UT research links asthma symptoms with common cold
February 11, 2016
Researchers at UT have found a link between worsening asthma symptoms and an unexpected variable: the common cold.
Co-op celebrates 120 years with free food, giveaways
February 4, 2016
The University Co-op will celebrate 120 years since its founding with a “120th Year Birthday Bash” featuring free food, giveaways and an interactive photo booth Thursday.
UT professor develops guidelines for cryotherapy
February 1, 2016
Using cold temperatures for pain relief and healing damaged body tissues has been around for hundreds of years, but a UT professor is developing the first safety standards for cryotherapy in the field.
UT alum combines art and science in a new gallery
January 28, 2016
Many people believe art and science inhabit two completely different spheres of existence.