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Swirling winds roll into Austin
February 25, 2013
Thousands were left without power Monday.
Students raise awareness about unsafe construction sites.
February 20, 2013
Through a street-theater performance, UT students raised awareness of how Texas is one of the most dangerous states to build in.
For undocumented workers on campus, retirement is no sure thing
February 19, 2013
For all the years Maria Batarse has put in at the University, an opportunity to retire appears nowhere in sight.
LBJ Library releases love letters between President Johnson and Lady Bird through their courtship
February 13, 2013
After several requests from researchers to open the files, letters showing growth of relationship between future President and first lady publicized.
Bill Bennett, former Sec. of Education, speaks about schools, teachers and tenure
February 5, 2013
Reagan-era Cabinet member and the host of nationally syndicated conservative radio show "Morning in America" focused on the future of the American education system.
Whitman, JFK documenteer dies
February 5, 2013
Gordon Wilkison, media and theater pioneer, passed away on Wednesday. He is best known for editing the tape of President Kennedy's assassination, capturing rare footage of the 1966 shooting at UT, filming 30 years of UT football games, and working on conservation efforts on local theaters and acting troupes.
Latin American Network celebrates Caribbean culture with live music and traditional food
February 3, 2013
The Latin America Network hosted A Night in the Caribbean on Saturday night to celebrate the cultures of the tropical West Indies with food and live music.
2013 Maya Meetings held at UT: New temples, fire glyphs and legends
January 22, 2013
After last year's sessions in Guatemala, scholars and enthusiasts of Maya culture from around the world will flock to Austin to present their latest discoveries concerning the culture.
Former mayor of Atlanta, Shirley Franklin, accepts position at the LBJ School
January 16, 2013
Franklin will be college's first Barbara Jordan Visiting Professor in Ethics and Political Values.
UT Professor Ian Molineaux co-authors article in Science Express, discovers how viruses infect cells
January 15, 2013
Ian Molineux, professor of molecular genetics and microbiology, observed viruses crawl across the surface of bacteria, scouting the membrane to infect the cell at its weak spot.