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Students, faculty request proof of non-sweatshop labor
November 30, 2011
Students give President Powers a letter discussing UT merchandise.
Students thank alumni donors
November 17, 2011
This event serves to educate students on the importance of alumni and community philanthropy in sustaining the University.
Horns down photo surfaces in forum
November 16, 2011
The photo of a longhorn whose horns have been weighed down so that they curl down has spawned animal welfare concerns.
Registrar implements new 'one time exception' drop policy
November 10, 2011
Undergraduate students will now be allowed to drop a single class past the deadline to withdraw once during their college career.
Armstrong bikeway to connect east and west Austin
November 3, 2011
The half-million dollar project will connect the East Fifth & Shady Lane to the existing Airport Bridge.
Women's group increases cultural ties in Texas
November 1, 2011
A group of Mexican-American women from Texas were essential in increasing cultural understandings of Latin-American citizens living in the U.S. during the first half of the 20th century,
Growing mustaches for prostate cancer
October 31, 2011
The Interfraternity Council handed out fake moustaches on Monday to kickoff Movember — a charity raising money for prostate cancer research.
Public universities still suffering funding shortfall
October 26, 2011
Tuition and fees for four-year public universities have increased by a greater percentage than those of private institutions for the fifth year running.
Unearthed time capsule gives history of ROTC
October 19, 2011
World War II veteran and UT alumnus Frank Denius removed the lid to reveal a treasure trove of historical documents.
ONeal counter-sues UT over Warhol portrait
October 16, 2011
The former lover of 1970s star Farrah Fawcett is counter-suing the UT System Board of Regents.
Nanotechnology innovator to speak at UT on stopping cancer growth
October 12, 2011
Packaging the DNA into microscopic nanostructures able to be applied as a skin cream may be the future of cancer treatment.
Qdoba opens on Guadalupe
October 12, 2011
Business on Guadalupe Street appears to be booming with four new restaurants opening this fall.
State senate wants A&M rivalry in law
September 28, 2011
The move to the SEC next year has now become a political issue, with one state senator moving to legislatively mandate the matchup.
Wellfest encourages healthier lifestyles
September 22, 2011
Students received free health advice ranging from safe sex kits to nutrition information Wednesday at the Flawn Academic Center.
Powers stresses importances of high four-year graduation rates
September 15, 2011
President William Powers Jr. challenged the University to boost its four-year graduation rate from 51 to 70 percent in the next five years.
Protesters hold weekly demonstration in front of Capitol
September 8, 2011
A women’s group marked the pending 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks by holding its 520th weekly vigil in front of the State Capitol on Wednesday.
Students shell out less for college, depend more on aid
August 30, 2011
UT students still pay 12 percent more on average, though, for their undergraduate degree compared to the new national average of $21,889 per year.