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The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

All content by Natalie Sullivan

Associate news editor says goodbye to friends, memories at the Texan

Natalie Sullivan May 6, 2016

Editor’s note: A 30 column is a chance for departing permanent staff to say farewell and reflect on their time spent in The Daily Texan’s basement office. The term comes from the old typesetting...


Five areas of UT’s campus marked with graffiti

Estefania Espinosa and Natalie Sullivan February 10, 2016

Five areas of UT's campus were marked with graffiti Wednesday. The graffiti appeared on the half wall in front of Homer Rainey Hall and on the statues of Albert Sidney Johnston, Robert E. Lee,...


Recap: Court cases you missed over winter break

Natalie Sullivan January 19, 2016

Over the winter break, two court cases related to the University continued. Abigail Fisher v. University of Texas II The Supreme Court heard a second round of arguments for the case, which could...


Grand jury indicts former football players

Natalie Sullivan December 16, 2014

Former Texas football players Kendall Sanders and Montrel Meander, both of whom were charged with second-degree felonies for sexual assault, have been indicted, according to documents from the Travis County...

Austin, University police warn students after increase in West Campus burglaries

Natalie Sullivan December 11, 2014

After the Austin Police Department noted an increase in residential burglaries, auto burglaries and auto thefts in West Campus, UTPD and APD are urging students to take precautions to secure their cars...

UTPD will not enforce cellphone ordinance on campus

Natalie Sullivan December 4, 2014

Starting in January, students could receive citations for talking on a cellphone while driving or biking — but only if they are stopped by an officer from the Austin Police Department, not UTPD.  City...


APD looks to implement body cameras

Natalie Sullivan December 2, 2014

Austin Police Department officers could soon be getting body cameras that would allow them to record public interactions while on duty, according to an APD official. Ely Reyes, APD police technology...

Crime Roundup: Kendall Sanders, Montrel Meander and Martez Walker

Natalie Sullivan December 1, 2014

Over the winter break, three former student-athletes will face criminal court hearings. Below is an update on their cases: Sanders and Meander The preliminary hearings for former Texas football players...

Gunman dead after shooting at APD headquarters

Natalie Sullivan November 28, 2014

A man fired more than 100 shots at at least three buildings in downtown Austin on Friday morning — including the federal courthouse, the Mexican consulate and Austin Police Department...

UTPD warns students after synthetic marijuana overdoses

Natalie Sullivan November 26, 2014

With Austin EMS personnel having reported a total of 35 incidents involving a type of synthetic marijuana over the past week — 28 of which required transport to a hospital — UTPD issued a warning...

One dead after shooting in East Riverside

Natalie Sullivan November 20, 2014

One person is dead and one injured after a shooting that occurred in East Riverside early Thursday morning.  APD officers received a call about shots being fired at the City View...

UTPD prepares for on-campus trespassing during winter months

Natalie Sullivan November 19, 2014

UTPD officers arrested a non-UT subject  earlier this week found sleeping on a couch on the fifth floor of the Gates-Dell Complex. According to the UTPD crime log, the subject had previously been...

Judge allows Gov. Perry case to continue

Natalie Sullivan November 19, 2014

Judge Bert Richardson overruled a motion Tuesday to dismiss indictments against Gov. Rick Perry and said that the prosecutor in the case was properly qualified. Perry’s attorneys previously argued...


Parking citations expected to decrease under future parking plan

Natalie Sullivan November 18, 2014

Parking and Transportation Services officials say they anticipate a reduction in the number of parking citations they issue over the next few years because of a plan to address the University’s parking...

UTPD warns students to be aware of potential robberies, limit earbud use

Natalie Sullivan November 12, 2014

Students walk around campus every day with wires coming out of their ears, holding an iPhone or iPod as they walk to class. But, after two unrelated robberies near campus this past weekend, this scene...

No one injured in West Campus fraternity house fire

Natalie Sullivan November 11, 2014

No injuries were reported after a deck at the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house caught fire Tuesday morning.  According to Randy Elmore, Austin Fire Department public information officer, AFD was...


PTS, UTPD launch new campus safety initiative

Natalie Sullivan November 11, 2014

UTPD and Parking and Transportation Services are looking to promote cooperation between different modes of transportation on campus with a new safety initiative.  The initiative, launched last...


Ride along with a UTPD officer

Natalie Sullivan November 10, 2014

Around 4:30 p.m., UTPD officer Amberly Weyand gets her first call of the evening while on patrol. The radio attached to her uniform begins to crackle, indicating she’s receiving a call from...


Gov. Perry appears in court as his lawyers try to get case dismissed

Natalie Sullivan November 6, 2014

Gov. Rick Perry appeared in court Thursday as his lawyers attempted to refute indictments for his abuse of power charges. A grand jury originally prosecuted Perry in August for abuse of an official...


Patrick captures lieutenant governor race in big win

Natalie Sullivan and Madlin Mekelburg November 5, 2014

HOUSTON — In a landslide victory, State Sen. Dan Patrick, R-Houston, was elected lieutenant governor Tuesday, defeating State Sen. Leticia Van de Putte, D-San Antonio. Patrick, a Houston radio...

Student on Ebola flight to return to class

Natalie Sullivan November 4, 2014

President William Powers Jr. announced in a University-wide email Monday afternoon that the monitoring period for a UT student who was on the same flight as a nurse diagnosed with Ebola ended Monday. According...


New bike app could help students avoid traffic near campus

Natalie Sullivan October 30, 2014

The Austin Transportation Department is developing a new phone app that could help students avoid traffic when biking to campus. The app, which is being developed with the Kimley-Horn consulting company,...

Dallas nurse cured of Ebola

Natalie Sullivan October 29, 2014

Amber Vinson, one of two Dallas nurses infected with Ebola, is free of the virus, according to Bruce Ribner, a doctor at Emory University Hospital. Vinson was originally diagnosed with Ebola at Texas...


University reports domestic violence, stalking for the first time

Natalie Sullivan October 28, 2014

Updates to federal laws have prompted a more focused response to domestic violence, dating violence and stalking crimes on campus, according to a University official. According to Jennifer Hammat, institutional...

APD helps launch safety initiative for bicyclists, drivers

Natalie Sullivan October 27, 2014

The Austin Police Department launched a new bicycle safety campaign last week in an effort to decrease collisions between bicyclists and drivers in the city. The initiative, known as WAVE, is a general...


UT System, University work to protect construction sites on campus

Natalie Sullivan October 24, 2014

A UT student reportedly stole items from a construction site last week near the Cockrell School of Engineering. According to UTPD’s Campus Watch report, construction workers said the student ran...

Austin police order protective equipment in case of Ebola

Natalie Sullivan October 21, 2014

The Austin Police Department has ordered protective equipment and outlined a quarantine response in case of an Ebola outbreak in Austin, according to a training announcement sent to officers. The...

Gov. Perry calls for Ebola travel ban, more testing centers

Natalie Sullivan October 17, 2014

Gov. Rick Perry called for a ban on travel from countries affected by Ebola at a press conference Friday in which he talked about further efforts the state has taken to prevent the spead of...

Former Longhorns wide receiver Kendall Sanders’ court hearing rescheduled

Natalie Sullivan October 17, 2014

The preliminary hearing for former Texas Longhorns wide receiver Kendall Sanders, who was charged earlier this summer with a second-degree felony for sexual assault, as well as improper photography, was...

Former Longhorn receiver Montrel Meander’s hearing rescheduled for November

Natalie Sullivan October 16, 2014

The preliminary hearing for former Longhorn football wide receiver Montrel Meander, who was charged earlier this summer with a second-degree felony for sexual assault, was rescheduled again Thursday. The...

Second health care worker diagnosed with Ebola

Natalie Sullivan October 15, 2014

A second health care worker has tested positive for Ebola, the Texas Department of State Health Services said Wednesday. The nurse is the third person to be diagnosed with the Ebola virus in...

No increase in West Campus noise citations under first weekend of sound ordinance

Natalie Sullivan October 15, 2014

Despite plans by the Austin Police Department to enforce the noise ordinance in West Campus, there were no noise citations during the first weekend under the stricter implementation of the city code. According...

Judge requires Gov. Perry to appear in court

Natalie Sullivan October 13, 2014

While Gov. Rick Perry’s attorneys argued the criminal case against the governor should be dismissed, Judge Bert Richardson refused to rule on pretrial motions Monday in Perry’s absence and...

Second Ebola case reported in Texas

Natalie Sullivan October 13, 2014

A health care worker in Dallas has tested positive for the Ebola virus, officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Sunday. This is the second known case of the virus in the...


Students learn about law enforcement at Cop Day

Natalie Sullivan October 9, 2014

Wednesday, as part of Cop Day on Speedway plaza, students climbed into a SWAT vehicle, practiced their Taser skills and learned about fingerprinting.  As a part of UT’s Safety Week, UTPD,...

UT’s Infectious Disease Plan Annex involves coordinated response on campus

Natalie Sullivan October 8, 2014

Although Gov. Rick Perry established an infectious disease task force to handle the state’s response to Ebola, the University also has its own Infectious Disease Plan Annex in place to implement...


Gov. Perry announces infectious disease task force

Natalie Sullivan October 6, 2014

Gov. Rick Perry announced in a press conference at the Capitol on Monday the creation of a new infectious disease task force to help coordinate the state’s response to Ebola and other infectious...

Owens hearing rescheduled for November

Natalie Sullivan October 6, 2014

The preliminary hearing for Rashad Owens, who drove through a barrier and killed four people at the South By Southwest festival last March, was rescheduled for Nov. 3, according to Judge Clifford...

Man dies after falling from San Antonio garage

Natalie Sullivan October 3, 2014

A man died after falling from the San Antonio parking garage early Friday morning, according to UTPD spokesperson Rhonda Weldon. Weldon said UTPD received a call about the incident around 12:10...


University rooftops house environmentally-friendly green roofs

Natalie Sullivan October 3, 2014

Although they may be some of the lesser-explored places on campus, the rooftops of several University buildings are home to a variety of features, including gardens, telescopes and even a bee colony. UT...


UTPD hosts National Night Out to promote crime prevention

Natalie Sullivan October 2, 2014

Students participated in a simulation of drunken driving, tested their pepper-spraying abilities and met police officers to kick off National Night Out on the San Jacinto Residence Hall plaza Wednesday. National...

Dallas hospital confirms first Ebola patient

Natalie Sullivan October 1, 2014

A patient in a Dallas hospital has the Ebola virus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Texas Department of State Health Services. The incident, confirmed Tuesday, is the...


Most bike collisions go unreported on campus

Natalie Sullivan October 1, 2014

Two hundred ninety-eight bicycle collisions happened in Austin last year, according to statistics from the Austin Police Department, but UTPD crime prevention officer William Pieper said most bicycle accidents...

Burglaries increase in neighborhoods near UT campus

Natalie Sullivan September 30, 2014

Daytime residential burglaries in West Campus and North Campus have increased over the past few weeks, according to the Austin Police Department. APD senior officer Veneza Bremner said there have...

Man falls from San Antonio garage

Natalie Sullivan September 24, 2014

A non-UT subject sustained serious injuries after falling from the San Antonio parking garage Wednesday afternoon. UTPD spokeswoman Cindy Posey said the subject fell around 1:30...

Two buildings evacuated because of pulled fire alarms

Natalie Sullivan September 24, 2014

Students were evacuated after two fire alarms went off in Parlin Hall and Calhoun Hall on Tuesday morning.  According to Roosevelt Easley, safety specialist with UT Fire Prevention Services, the...


Women learn self-defense techniques in UTPD class

Natalie Sullivan September 23, 2014

A group of 25 women learned how to perform choke holds, kicks, punches and eye gouges in UTPD’s training room Monday night.  The women were participating in a UTPD-offered 12-hour rape...

Greek community reschedules march in protest of new city permit plan

Natalie Sullivan September 19, 2014

Students from UT’s Greek community planned a march to the Tower on Thursday in protest of a new plan by city officials to reduce West Campus event and sound ordinance violations, but the protest...

UTPD arrests two non-UT subjects in PCL

Natalie Sullivan September 18, 2014

A real-life cat and mouse chase took place on campus Wednesday night when two non-UT subjects dressed in cat and mouse costumes were arrested at the Perry-Castañeda Library, according to UTPD spokeswoman...

UTPD launches new bike patrol unit

Natalie Sullivan September 18, 2014

If you see UTPD officers in blue uniforms biking around campus, chances are they’re part of UTPD’s new bike patrol unit, which launched Wednesday. UTPD Chief David Carter said the new unit...


UTPD arrests former basketball guard Martez Walker for trespassing

Natalie Sullivan September 17, 2014

Former sophomore basketball guard Martez Walker was charged with criminal trespassing on the UT campus Tuesday, according to a Travis County affidavit. After Walker was charged with assault with...

UTPD, APD emphasize diversity in police force

Natalie Sullivan September 17, 2014

While some major cities have relatively high disparities between the racial makeup of their police forces and the surrounding community, APD’s demographics closely reflect those of Austin, according...


Environmental Health and Safety works to prevent lab accidents on campus

Natalie Sullivan September 17, 2014

In late August, UTPD reported a chemical spill involving lithium aluminum hydride — a highly water-reactive chemical — leaking on to a work bench in the Hackerman Building. This is just...

US DOD program redistributes military gear to UT System police

Natalie Sullivan September 16, 2014

Patrol rifles, Humvees  and a mine-resistant vehicle are among some of the military-grade equipment the UT System acquired under a U.S. Department of Defense program. Known as Section 1033, the program...


Basketball guard Martez Walker suspended after alleged assault

Natalie Sullivan September 12, 2014

Basketball head coach Rick Barnes suspended sophomore guard Martez Walker from the team early Friday morning for an alleged assault with injury, according to a statement released by the Texas basketball...

Despite rise in auto thefts, police recover more stolen cars

Natalie Sullivan September 12, 2014

Although the number of auto thefts in Austin has risen by 5 percent over the past year, police have recovered more cars from the thefts, according to APD Sgt. Robert Smith.  Austin Police Department...


APD proposes new booking facility

Natalie Sullivan September 9, 2014

The Austin Police Department has proposed plans for a new booking facility near Cameron Road that could save the city money and simplify the current booking process. Brian Manley, Austin Police assistant...

UTPD investigating missing $20,000 from North Texas football game

Natalie Sullivan September 8, 2014

About $20,000 in concession sales were unaccounted for after the Aug. 30 football game at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. According to UTPD spokeswoman Cindy Posey, two nonprofit groups arrived...

Preliminary hearings for Sanders, Meander rescheduled

Natalie Sullivan September 2, 2014

The preliminary hearings for former Texas football players Kendall Sanders and Montrel Meander, both of whom were charged earlier this summer with second-degree felonies for sexual assault, were rescheduled again...

UTPD investigates drone over Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium

Natalie Sullivan September 2, 2014

UTPD is investigating an incident involving a drone that flew over Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on Saturday night during the Longhorns’ first football game of the season. Drones, also...

UTPD reports phishing scheme impersonating UT Libraries

Natalie Sullivan August 29, 2014

An unknown suspect used the UT Libraries interface and a fraudulent email address to launch a targeted phishing attack affecting students at the University.  UTPD first reported the attack on Aug....

Students hold silent vigil for Michael Brown

Natalie Sullivan August 28, 2014

A group of four students held a silent vigil at the Martin Luther King Jr. statue Wednesday afternoon to raise awareness of the events in Ferguson, Missouri, more than three weeks ago. The students...


Austin Whataburger employee diagnosed with hepatitis A

Natalie Sullivan August 27, 2014

An employee at the Whataburger on Guadalupe Street near campus was diagnosed with hepatitis A, public health officials reported Thursday. Austin-Travis County Health and Human Services officials said...

Circus paraphernalia stolen in two separate thefts at Frank Erwin Center

Natalie Sullivan August 27, 2014

Bags of cotton candy, circus hats and a circus uniform disappeared from the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus in one of two thefts last week at the Frank Erwin Center.  According to...


Updated: North Campus fire forces 32 people to evacuate

Natalie Sullivan August 25, 2014

Update (6:00 p.m.): The shelter provided by the Red Cross at the Recreational Sports Center officially shut down around 3:30 p.m. on Monday afternoon because no more students had come to utilize...

Crime Roundup: Kendall Sanders and Montrel Meander, Rashad Owens, and Rahatul Khan

Natalie Sullivan August 25, 2014

Several court cases related to the University and the Austin area have progressed over the summer. Below is an update on the status of three major cases: Kendall Sanders and Montrel Meander The preliminary...


LBJ Wildflower Center family garden to open Sunday

Natalie Sullivan May 2, 2014

Visitors can dig in fake dinosaur tracks, build teepees out of bamboo and explore a spiral hedge maze at the opening of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center’s new family garden Sunday. The...

White House releases plan to curb sexual assault on college campuses

Natalie Sullivan April 30, 2014

A new government plan aiming at reducing sexual assault on college campuses will raise awareness and promote a more coordinated approach against violence and sexual assault at UT, according to a University...


Panelists give insight into women’s participation in politics

Natalie Sullivan April 28, 2014

The competitive nature of politics could contribute to women’s lack of political involvement and leadership roles, according to several community leaders who spoke in a panel on campus Saturday. A...

University researcher says children’s decisions affect parental health

Natalie Sullivan April 28, 2014

The marriage choices you make and the level of education you receive could affect the relationship you have with your parents and their health later on in life, according to a University lecturer.  Jenjira...

Arrested students released from jail Thursday morning after Shared Services protest

Natalie Sullivan April 25, 2014

After being arrested during a sit-in protest against Shared Services outside President William Powers Jr.’s office Wednesday afternoon, 18 students from the Save Our Community Coalition spent the...


Transportation representatives discuss PRC shuttle route change at public forum

Natalie Sullivan April 23, 2014

Parking and Transportation Services and Capital Metro representatives discussed a proposal that would change the current Pickle Research Campus shuttle route to a MetroRapid route, at a public forum on...


Snakes in Waller Creek thrive despite urban environment

Natalie Sullivan April 22, 2014

For Travis LaDuc, UT’s assistant curator of herpetology, wading through Waller Creek to grab snakes is part of what he calls “snake CSI.” LaDuc, assistant curator at the Texas Natural...


Proportion of shade grown coffee decreasing worldwide, researchers say

Natalie Sullivan April 21, 2014

If you drink one type of sustainable coffee, your next caffeine buzz may be in short supply, according to research by one UT professor. Biology assistant professor Shalene Jha found that the proportion...

Romani women face discrimination because of cultural stereotypes, lecturer says

Natalie Sullivan April 21, 2014

Despite recent advances in human rights laws worldwide, laws for Romani women still allow discrimination because of cultural stereotypes, said a guest speaker on campus Friday.  Human rights activist...


Digital media changes reading habits, according to UT professor

Natalie Sullivan April 16, 2014

The amount of time you spend reading Facebook posts and skimming web pages could impact one’s ability to read and comprehend longer texts on paper, according to a University professor. School...


By speaking at UT, Obama follows in footsteps of six prior presidents

Natalie Sullivan April 11, 2014

When President Barack Obama spoke Thursday at the Civil Rights Summit, it was not the first time a U.S. president has visited the University. Since 1900, seven different presidents have given speeches...


Controversial speaker attracts student protesters

Natalie Sullivan April 9, 2014

While the Civil Rights Summit kicked off its first day of events, students from University Democrats showed up outside the Tower on Tuesday night to protest a talk given by Charles Murray. Murray, a political...


University has hosted fewer female commencement speakers compared to male counterparts

Natalie Sullivan April 9, 2014

Although the University has hosted numerous commencement speakers since its first commencement ceremony in 1884, during the past 24 years only about one-third of those speakers have been female. Horacio...


Professor says Chinese semiconductor boom a result of government investment

Natalie Sullivan April 7, 2014

The rapid growth in China’s electronics industry in the 1990s was because of increased government investment and technological development, said Susan Mays, a research fellow at the LBJ School of...

Supreme Court strikes down limits on federal campaign contribution

Natalie Sullivan April 3, 2014

A new Supreme Court decision that overturned restrictions on campaign contribution limits could increase wealthy donors’ abilities to influence elections, according to law professor Lucas Powe. In...


Mayor Lee Leffingwell discusses challenges and opportunities facing Austin in on-campus lecture

Natalie Sullivan April 2, 2014

Although Austin has experienced exceptional population and economic growth in recent years, growth creates a host of new challenges for the city, Mayor Lee Leffingwell said in a talk on campus Tuesday. In...


UT Orchard adds new fruit trees

Natalie Sullivan March 31, 2014

Students broke new ground in environmental awareness, as 14 new fruit trees were recently added to the UT Orchard. The Orchard, located at the intersection of San Jacinto and East 24th streets, was...


College of Liberal Arts offers new summer program for high school students

Natalie Sullivan March 26, 2014

The College of Liberal Arts is planning to offer a new pre-college summer program for high school students that will help them explore their interests and prepare for college. The three-week program,...

Project Connect proposes urban rail and bus route stop locations

Natalie Sullivan March 24, 2014

Officials from Project Connect, a transportation project designed to reduce traffic congestion and improve transportation methods in Austin, defined and evaluated final alternative modes of transportation...

University will offer Yiddish for the first time since 2004

Natalie Sullivan March 20, 2014

After a 10-year hiatus, the University is planning to bring back Yiddish as a language course next year since a professor who teaches the language recently returned to the University. Starting in fall...


Leticia Van de Putte outlines goals in upcoming general election for lieutenant governor

Natalie Sullivan March 5, 2014

SAN ANTONIO — State Sen. Leticia Van de Putte, the Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, said she plans to reform educational policy, veteran services and other issues at a primary election...


University archery club sees increase in female members

Natalie Sullivan March 5, 2014

Watching Jennifer Lawrence shoot a bow and arrow in “The Hunger Games” inspired management information systems senior Vaishnavi Narayanan to pursue archery. “I always wanted to do...

International student enrollment reaches highest number yet

Natalie Sullivan March 5, 2014

The number of international students studying in the U.S. has been increasing in recent years, and UT is no exception. The University saw a 4.4 percent increase in international students over the past...


Department of Nutrition director discusses methods to combat malnutrition

Natalie Sullivan February 24, 2014

Although efforts to decrease malnutrition for women and children in developing countries, as well as in the U.S., have shown improvement in recent years, researchers still need to develop better solutions,...

Butler School of Music to host international violin competition

Natalie Sullivan February 19, 2014

The Yehudi Menuhin Young Violinists International Competition will take place for the first time in the U.S. at the University’s Butler School of Music on Friday. Held every two years, the competition...


Professor’s research shows that parenting doesn’t increase happiness — especially in the US

Natalie Sullivan February 17, 2014

Being a parent in the U.S. doesn’t make you any happier in life, according to sociology professor Jennifer Glass.  Glass’s research shows that parents in the U.S. are unhappier...


Lawyer discusses efforts to promote social justice

Natalie Sullivan February 12, 2014

In a talk hosted by the School of Law on Tuesday, attorney Vincent Warren spoke about leading a “stop-and-frisk” case, and the need to reform laws that allow racial profiling. Warren —...


Chicago professor says war could erupt between U.S. and North Korea

Natalie Sullivan February 10, 2014

Although the U.S. and North Korea signed the Korean War Armistice more than 60 years ago, the potential for nuclear violence and other threats is still a large part of the relationship between the two...


Women in computer science address challenges of the field

Natalie Sullivan February 5, 2014

Tracy Reindel, product manager at technology company PeopleAdmin, remembers being one of the few women in her computer science class in college.  “I was never one of those geeky kids who...


Blanton museum exhibit focuses on pre-Incan cultures

Natalie Sullivan February 3, 2014

For thousands of years, the art of ancient South American cultures remained shrouded in mystery — but now, a new exhibit at the Blanton Museum of Art provides a glimpse into the lifestyles of many...


Pakistani author uses satire to address controversial issues

Natalie Sullivan January 29, 2014

Not every author can claim his works of fiction are credible enough to dupe the heads of intelligence agencies, but according to Mohammed Hanif, his novels have done just that. Hanif, a Pakistani author...


South Korean ambassador says US-Korea economic ties are strengthening

Natalie Sullivan January 23, 2014

In a speech on campus Wednesday, Suk-bum Park, consulate general of the Republic of Korea, said that, although there are many cultural differences between the U.S. and South Korea, increases in trade have...

Blanton tour explores symbolism behind paintings

Natalie Sullivan January 21, 2014

As part of its weekend tour schedule, the Blanton Museum of Art hosted a public tour of its permanent collection Sunday afternoon, titled “Persuasion: Messages and Meanings in Art.” The...

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