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UT grad student images water system beneath Antartic Glacier
July 29, 2013
A UT graduate student has discovered water systems underneath glaciers in Antartica, potentially changing the way climate scientists understand how sea levels can rise around the world.
UT scientist findings suggest new timeline for Antarctic Glaciation
July 23, 2013
UT researchers have discovered volcanic rocks in the south Atlantic that could change how scientists understand the formation of Antartica’s ice sheet.
UT students launch shirt company for student organizations
July 15, 2013
Three UT students have created a new start-up company to provide custom design apparel to students and local businesses.
Virtual town hall discusses Fisher v. Texas verdict
July 15, 2013
Although most of the UT community is not on campus for the summer, students representing various ethnic communities at UT mulled the recent Fisher v. UT court decision handed down last month in a virtual town hall.
UT's School of Architecture ranks high in satisfaction
July 5, 2013
A recent student survey ranks UT’s School of Architecture number two in the nation for student satisfaction.
Perry Castañeda Library consolidates service desk
June 28, 2013
The Perry Castañeda Library is making the trip to the library a little easier with an all-in-one service desk.
UT professor argues "Gingrich Senators" stall US Senate
June 21, 2013
UT government professor Sean Theriault argues in his new book, “The Gingrich Senators: The Roots of Partisan Warfare in Congress,“ that the delay in senate processes is due to a small group of senators, which have created a more hyper-partisan atmosphere in the United States Senate.
Texas voter turnout lowest in nation
June 10, 2013
Texas has a voter turnout of 36 percent — the worst in the country.