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Cloud Tree Studios & Gallery features female artists in ‘Thread Count’ exhibit
March 9, 2020
Mother and artist Sara Vanderbeek said she has had several instances where insurance companies required a lot of personal information from her but still denied coverage for her and her family.
‘Fear the Bow!’: Powerlifter fundraises for international competition
March 5, 2020
At 5-foot-1 with a pink bow in her hair and a deadlift weight record of 380 lbs, Bella Vargas is an underdog in many ways.
Student film ‘And They Were Loved’ documents journey of 3 LGBTQ men of color
February 4, 2020
Malik Julien made his first film at the age of 6. After reluctantly asking his mom for permission, she said, “Okay, let’s do it.”
Students celebrate Bevo’s 103rd birthday, play games at Gregory Gym
December 4, 2019
Big smiles and phone cameras flashed when Bevo paid a special visit to students Monday to celebrate his 103rd birthday.
Biomedical engineering students design device to correct running form
October 28, 2019
Four biomedical engineering seniors created a device they said could be implemented as a physical therapy tool to help patients modify their running form in real time.
Students, faculty reclaim what it means to be disabled at Disability as Diversity discussion
October 25, 2019
The perpetuation of the idea that disabilities are always visible needs to change, said a UT employee said during an on-campus panel Thursday.
LIVESTRONG Cancer Institutes opens summer 2020 research fellowship applications
October 7, 2019
The LIVESTRONG Cancer Center Institutes recently opened its applications for a summer 2020 research fellowship, which introduces 20 undergraduate students to laboratory cancer research.
Students found “CultureX,” spirit group for black students
October 1, 2019
After talking together about how they feel underrepresented in spirit groups at UT, Jalesha Bass and Christina Hillard decided to co-found CultureX — a coed spirit group exclusively for black students
UT Marine Science Institute awarded grant to finish repairing damage from Hurricane Harvey
September 27, 2019
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently awarded $11.7 million in funding to the UT Marine Science Institute to finish fixing what Hurricane Harvey destroyed in 2017.
Division of Diversity and Inclusion hosts Fireside Chat with Leslie Wingo
September 18, 2019
Sharing her personal experiences of being a woman of color in business, Leslie Wingo pushed audience members to not let stereotypes hold them back from pursuing career goals in a talk Wednesday.