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Texas French Bread is back to baking baguettes

Texas French Bread is back to baking baguettes

December 19, 2022

North Campus bakery Texas French Bread  reopened on Nov. 15 as an outdoor patio and trailer following a fire last Spring. Although customers can no longer take a peek at the crew slinging baguettes...

The Society of Women Engineers pose for a team photo after a game of soccer.

Leadership of ‘Women in…’ student organizations at UT speak on why their spaces matter

December 19, 2022

UT has over 1,000 student organizations to choose from, guaranteeing a place for almost every niche interest. When scrolling through HornsLink, students find that many of these “orgs” are by women,...

UT researchers receive grant to study nanoscale 3D printing

UT researchers receive grant to study nanoscale 3D printing

December 19, 2022

Researchers from UT, the University of Utah and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign received a $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation to create a way to more quickly and efficiently...

Institute for Public School Initiatives receives $33.9M grant

Institute for Public School Initiatives receives $33.9M grant

December 19, 2022

The Department of Education awarded a $33.9 million dollar grant to the Institute for Public School Initiatives at UT. The seven-year grant will support six school districts in Central and East Texas enrolled...

‘You belong here’: Hispanic and Latinx people discuss holding city of Austin internships

‘You belong here’: Hispanic and Latinx people discuss holding city of Austin internships

December 19, 2022

Data from the city of Austin revealed people who identify as Hispanic or Latino held more internships with the city than any other ethnicity between 2018 and 2022.  According to the data, 638 people...

Scamming at UT comes to light, affects students

Scamming at UT comes to light, affects students

December 2, 2022

Numerous UT students appear to have witnessed or experienced scams surrounding campus events, including scams where people pretend to be students or scams involving sports games or concert tickets. “It...

Spike in Travis County flu cases triples number of positive tests from past years

Spike in Travis County flu cases triples number of positive tests from past years

December 2, 2022

Editor's note: a previous version of this story said 49% of students said influenza negatively impacted their academic performance. The story has been updated to reflect the correct number of 61%. The...

Landmarks’ ‘Sentinel IV’ sculpture receives CODAaward in honor of Black femininity

December 2, 2022

Located in front of the Anna Hiss Gymnasium, Landmarks’ “Sentinel IV” received a CODAaward as a merit winner in the Landscape category. The sculpture was made by artist Simone Leigh, marking the...

UT professors speak on Dan Patrick’s threat to tenure

December 2, 2022

History professor Leonard Moore has taught hundreds of students about the Black Panthers, a Black power organization, and Jim Crow laws, legislation passed to enforce racial segregation in southern U.S....

Looking forward, looking back on a semester of news

Looking forward, looking back on a semester of news

December 1, 2022

Looking Back: In September, Student Government leaders called on President Joe Biden to increase the amount of student loan debt forgiven to at least $50,000.  Gov. Greg Abbott secured a third...

UT students address registration frustrations

UT students address registration frustrations

December 1, 2022

Registering for classes can be stressful for many students, and some take to the internet to find others to commiserate with. Every semester, some students experience issues registering for the classes...

New UT study reveals the mental health realities of incels

New UT study reveals the mental health realities of incels

December 1, 2022

A recent UT study found involuntary celibates, colloqiually known as incels, are more likely to suffer from depression, anxiety, loneliness and poor mental health. Lead author William Costello said...

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