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Anime convention provides niche for students
October 26, 2016
Asian American Culture hosted its first anime and comic book convention hybrid.
HackTX moves off campus after five years
October 24, 2016
HackTX, a student-run hackathon hosted by Freetail Hackers, moved off campus Oct. 22-23 to the Omni Hotel for the first time since the event started five years ago.
Students await future of Dell Medical
October 20, 2016
Nursing sophomore Celeste Hinojosa sat next to her fellow students as her professor told the class that in less than fives years, the Dell Medical School would be connected to the school of nursing.
Students receive fake IRS calls, UTPD responds
October 11, 2016
Students across campus have been receiving threatening IRS calls.
Students address the possibility of internet censorship with Obama administration transfer
October 4, 2016
In light of Sen. Ted Cruz’s fight to stop the Obama administration from giving up control of ICANN, the global nonprofit that manages the internet’s domain name system, students have been forced to consider the chances of having their web surfing restricted by other countries.
Historian sheds light on the origins of racial ideas
September 27, 2016
The Center for the Study of Race and Democracy invited black historian Ibram X. Kendi to discuss the history of racist ideas on Monday at the LBJ School of Public Affairs.
Discussion ensues on U.S. pivot to Asia
September 22, 2016
The Clements Center for National Security held a book discussion on “The Pivot” by Kurt Campbell, former assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs.
Memorial foundation spreads awareness for suicide prevention with kickball
September 19, 2016
The Brian L. Harlan Endowment, a program aimed at promoting suicide prevention, is hosting its third annual kickball tournament this weekend as a part of Suicide Prevention Week.
Historian discusses modern racial justice
September 15, 2016
Civil rights historian and author Peniel Joseph spoke on modern-day relations and past struggles for racial justice in a series of lectures hosted by the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy on Wednesday at Garrison Hall.
MOVE recruits students for volunteer clinical opportunities
September 13, 2016
Medically Oriented Volunteer Experiences, a student-created organization that provides students with volunteer work in medical settings, held its first meeting Monday in Waggener Hall.
Nonprofit and improv theater collaborate to conserve Waller Creek
September 8, 2016
Waller Creek Conservancy, a nonprofit that focuses on conserving Waller Creek, has partnered with an improv center to spread awareness for ignored parks such as Palm Park that are in need of upkeep from the Austin crowd.