Jump to navigation
In the Pros
Movies & TV
Submitting an Op-ed/Letter
You are here
Professor lectures, contributes to film about energy usage
March 31, 2011
UT Bureau of Economic Geology director Scott Tinker drew nearly 300 people to a lecture on global energy consumption and usage.
UT switches off the lights for Earth Hour
March 28, 2011
The lights were dimmer than usual Saturday night at the UT Tower. To promote environmental awareness, the University delayed the normal lighting time of the Tower an hour later until 9:30 p.m. in honor of the fifth-annual Earth Hour.
Sky's the limit
March 7, 2011
Regardless of age, many Austin residents remembered what it was like to be a kid again Sunday.
Board lets Lions Golf Course lease expire
February 21, 2011
Dense greenery may be a rarity in Central Texas but so is passing on the opportunity to generate additional millions in revenue.
Student group opens first community garden
February 14, 2011
Green thumbs on campus will soon have a garden to call their own.
Renowned theater professor prepares to retire
January 31, 2011
When it comes to theatrical design, Robert Schmidt prefers working with the dead playwrights to the live ones.
Urban Roots offers opportunity to give back to community
January 31, 2011
Unlike the majority of her peers, Eastside Memorial High School sophomore Darriyan Kent wasnt sleeping off the previous school week on this gray and cloudless Saturday morning.
Color offers insight into coral reef depletion, researchers show
January 28, 2011
While most scientists agree that coral reefs are in danger of dying, they point their fingers at causes that range from global warming to water pollution. New research from UT researchers suggest there could be a way to slow down the process.