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Immigration panel shares tragic stories, attempt to offer solutions
April 23, 2018
The election of President Donald Trump has brought many controversial policies regarding immigration and deportation, and people who oppose the legislation spoke at a panel on Monday.
UT students plan to destigmatize mental health
April 16, 2018
As the stress of finals season approaches, National Alliance on Mental Illness On Campus wants students to feel comfortable talking to others knowledgeable about mental illness to rid the stigma around mental health.
Melissa McCarthy potentially to become a Longhorn for a night
April 2, 2018
“Life of the Party,” starring Melissa McCarthy and directed by Ben Falcone premieres May 11, and UT might have a chance to host the premiere with a very special guest.
Entertainment industry veteran gives advice to future producers
March 26, 2018
Live entertainment industry veteran Brian Becker, named one of the 100 Most Powerful People in the Industry by Entertainment Weekly, said he was not initially successful after he lost $40,000 in his first attempt to start a business.
BIWOC encourages women of color to recognize their worth, institute change
March 19, 2018
Black and Indigenous Women of Color Week has kicked off with its main purpose to empower women of color at a university where they are in the minority.
Arabic discussion provides new pathways for teaching foreign languages
February 5, 2018
The number of foreign language professionals in America is shrinking, but the College of Liberal Arts’ Texas Language Center is attempting to mitigate this problem by supporting, promoting and enhancing the teaching of foreign languages.
Spring Into Action 2018 provides opportunities for minority business students
January 29, 2018
Students who are typically underrepresented in business settings found themselves in the majority at Spring Into Action 2018 — a chance for minority students to network with recruiters and hear from a prestigious speaker.
Christian Arabic discussion proves to be a success for the department of Middle Eastern Studies
January 22, 2018
To most, the inscription “May God Be Mindful of Yazid the King” might sound like perplexing jargon, but students from the Department of Middle Eastern Studies attended a presentation on Monday to hear about the phrase, found on an ancient artifact from northeastern Jordan.