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UT alumnus writes for Netflix show about Selena Quintanilla
December 5, 2019
Following his graduation from UT in 2014, Raymond Arturo Perez moved to Los Angeles to pursue his dream of writing. After almost six years of hard work and dedication, Perez had a chance encounter at a networking event a year and a half ago which turned into an opportunity to write for “Selena: The Series”, Perez said.
A&M rivalry brings new competition to on-campus cycling classes
November 11, 2019
UT students are competing against Texas A&M University this week to see which school cycles the most miles during various cycling classes.
Austin drag queen discusses importance of personal branding, originality
November 5, 2019
After watching the fourth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, a reality competition television show for drag queens, Celia Light knew she wanted to be one as well.
Students discuss immigrant experiences on panel
October 31, 2019
When traveling between South Korea and the United States, Yoon Lee faced questions of his identity from people living in both countries.
Disability Fest raises awareness, advocates for disabled students
October 18, 2019
The Disability Advocacy Student Coalition hosted their second annual Disability Fest to raise awareness and advocate for the experiences of disabled people.
Hogg Foundation awards grant to Moody College’s Center for Health Communication
October 8, 2019
Moody College’s Center for Health Communication received a $90,000 grant to conduct research, which will partly contribute to the creation of evidence-based health care curricula.
Former TX Votes president awarded MTV grant for civic engagement efforts
October 3, 2019
For her work making voting more accessible to UT students, chemistry senior Maya Patel was selected last week as one of nine recipients of MTV’s Leaders for Change grant.