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Students get ‘Taste of Texas’ at local business expo
October 21, 2019
Dozens of business and natural science students grabbed samples of kombucha, kale chips and other healthy food items while networking with local nutrition innovators Friday afternoon.
First student will graduate in new European Studies track next semester
October 17, 2019
When Tarek Zaher was a freshman, he was a physics major minoring in core texts and ideas. As he took physics classes, however, he realized he was more interested in the human aspect and philosophy of physics.
Event celebrates independence of Latin American countries
September 18, 2019
In observance of nine Latin American countries gaining independence over time, the Campus Events + Entertainment Mexican American Culture Committee and Latino Studies hosted Celebración de Independencias, a free event with performances from local artists, food and activities representing different Latin cultures.