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UT Wellness Network hosts first drug take back event
November 30, 2017
Pizza, drinks and t-shirts were available on Wednesday on the lawn by Littlefield Fountain for a small price — old prescription drugs.
Candelight vigil honors lost transgender lives
November 20, 2017
The lost voices of transgender individuals killed in 2017 could be heard in the poems, songs and speeches delivered outside Austin City Hall on Monday night for the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance candlelight vigil.
Texas Crew rows 801 miles for fundraiser
November 14, 2017
The low whir of rowing machines joined the usual shouts of student organizations tabling on Speedway as Texas Crew held their annual Row Across Texas fundraiser.
Texas Rising hosts Lies into Laws forum
November 10, 2017
Students and community members gathered Thursday night to hear from experts about how widespread misconceptions can carry over into state legislation.
New breakfast spot rises on Guadalupe
November 6, 2017
After months of vacancy, Rise Biscuits and Donuts, a North Carolina-based chain, will replace the now-closed Fuzzy’s Taco Shop on Guadalupe in early 2018.
Pease Park Conservancy receives $9.7 million grant to fund renovations
November 3, 2017
Designing and planning will begin in early 2018 as phase one of the Pease Park Conservancy’s Pease Park Master Plan.
Athletics department cracks down on football Big Ticket admission
October 26, 2017
The athletics department has changed policies this season regarding Big Ticket holders because of a large number of students using altered tickets and causing overcrowding in certain sections of the stadium.
Study: ‘Cheap sex’ has led to decline in marriage
October 12, 2017
In a recent study, associate sociology professor Mark Regnerus found that the reason for a decline in marriage rates in 18- to 23-year-olds is due to the cheapened value of sex in today’s hookup culture.
NSF funds research on social media and Hurricane Harvey
October 5, 2017
Researchers from the Moody College of Communication received a $168,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to study the role of social media aiding rescue efforts for Hurricane Harvey.
DHFS provides students with temporary rooms in study lounges
September 25, 2017
After the Division of Housing and Food Service received more housing applications than they could grant, 170 students took up residence in study rooms as supplemental housing this fall.
Students fashion collection drive for Harvey, Irma victims
September 11, 2017
Students from The Audacity magazine and UT Fashion Group are hosting a collection drive to assist Hurricane Harvey and Irma victims.
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