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Renovated Hogg Auditorium switches focus to students
July 23, 2012
Beginning in August, Hogg Memorial Auditorium will reopen as a new student-run performance venue serving registered student organizations.
UTMB study finds 30 percent of teens engage in sexting, experts urge parents to educate against the dangers
July 3, 2012
The study was led by assistant professor and women’s health expert Jeff Temple and published in the July issue of Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine.
System Chancellor Sharp discusses designation of the Texas A&M as a national biosecurity center
June 27, 2012
The Daily Texan spoke with A&M System chancellor John Sharp about the new grant for the biosecurity center and the effects it will have.
First Bytes camp hopes to bring women into the computer sciences
June 21, 2012
Program intends to dismiss myths about computer science and close gender gap in math and science fields.
Texas A&M receives federal grant to build biosecurity center
June 19, 2012
The new Center for Innovation in Advanced Development and Manufacturing will be housed at the Bryan-College Station campus.
UT offers RLM rooftop to public for rare transit of Venus
June 5, 2012
On June 5-6, 2012, the planet Venus made its final trek across the face of the sun until 2117.
Austin entrepreneurs remain optimistic despite slow economy
June 4, 2012
Texas is tied for second with California for highest entrepreneurial activity in the nation.
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