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Whats in a Name?

What’s in a Name?

December 2, 2021

Audio producer Mikayla Mondragon explores the importance of proper pronunciation of UT student's names. Music by Blue Dot Sessions The Daily Texan Audio · What's in a Name?

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Butler School of Music cancels public events, in-person classes

March 13, 2020

Editor’s note: This story is part of The Daily Texan’s coverage of how coronavirus concerns are affecting UT-Austin. Read the rest of our coverage here. The Butler School of Music is...

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Texas Skate Mates rolls out new skating club

March 3, 2020

What started out as a woman with nothing but her quad skates and a passion for skating has evolved into a skater club with 20 members in just one week. Olly Landreth, a radio-television-film sophomore,...

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RecSports Recess hosts free day celebrating National Recreational Sports and Fitness Day

February 28, 2020

Students got the chance to enjoy a free day of recreational activities Thursday at Gregory Gymnasium and the Recreational Sports Center in honor of National Recreational Sports and Fitness Day. RecSports...

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Leaders of frozen student organizations frustrated with Hornslink notification process

February 20, 2020

Every fall, student organizations have to complete a “Safety Education Leadership Workshop” to maintain their active status on HornsLink. Some organizations are frustrated with this requirement...

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Music students fundraise to replace 40-year-old Butler School of Music recital hall furniture

February 14, 2020

Green couches line the halls of the Butler School of Music’s recital hall. Alumni can remember the days they were brand new in the 1980s. Today, students say they are torn, deformed and roach-infested. That...