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University contributes high number of volunteers to Peace Corps
February 3, 2011
UT-Austin ranks No. 11 in Peace Corps volunteers in the large school category, with 77 alumni serving on five continents, according to a Peace Corps press release.
Survey assesses students public university experiences
February 2, 2011
Students will have the opportunity to share a variety of information in an effort to improve the undergraduate experience in a survey that opened Tuesday.
Attorney generals campaign promotes credit responsiblity
January 31, 2011
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott launched a campaign to promote financial literacy among college students and warned the group to avoid racking up excessive credit card fees.
Painting with the power of the sun growing closer to reality
December 3, 2010
About five years ago, chemical engineering professor Brian Korgel imagined painting with an ink powered by solar cells.
Blood drive pits A&M against UT
November 24, 2010
As Thursdays football game against the Aggies approaches, the rivalry between UT and Texas A&M University deepens as the Blood and Tissue Center of Central Texas gives a new meaning to the tradition.
UT employees renew term for TX sustainable growth
November 21, 2010
Two UT employees will serve another term as officers and board members on a five-county organization that manages sustainable growth in Texas.
Wrangling for the disabled
November 8, 2010
The Texas Wranglers were joined by more than 400 volunteers for the 13th annual City Wide Hold Up on Saturday where they panhandled on about 25 street corners in Austin. The event is the largest single-day service project in Austin.
Department outgrows office, starts construction
November 1, 2010
The UT Department of Computer Science has outgrown its offices in Taylor Hall on Speedway between 23rd and 24th streets.
Hindu festival a celebration of women
October 25, 2010
To celebrate the festival of Navratri, the Hindu Students Association invited everyone to join in a traditional form of stick dancing called Dandiya Raas.