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UT college councils compete in canned food drive following Hurricane Harvey
October 19, 2017
The annual Halloween canned food drive benefiting the Central Texas Food Bank is working overtime this year due to Hurricane Harvey’s impact
Austin welcomes startup accelerator program
October 17, 2017
Eager for the chance to network with big names in business, entrepreneurs gathered for the launch of startup accelerator MassChallenge Texas Monday night.
Stan Richards School crowdfunds money for new John Murphy scholarship
October 13, 2017
Earlier this month, the Stan Richards School of Advertising and Public Relations started raising money for the new John Murphy Endowed Scholarship in an unusual way: crowdfunding.
First Indigenous Peoples' Week to host multiple events
October 9, 2017
The first Indigenous Peoples’ Week is being held through Friday by the Native American and Indigenous Collective.
Famed journalist Dan Rather recounts stories from decades-long career
October 5, 2017
Veteran journalist Dan Rather drew laughter and a standing ovation from the audience during a lecture Wednesday night about stories from his career, which spans more than 60 years.
New partnership with Shanghai University forthcoming
October 2, 2017
In one photo of a brief ceremony documented on Twitter last week, Shanghai University’s President Jin Donghan is shown offering a gift to UT President Greg Fenves, a sign of goodwill between two universities now officially linked together.
Campus free speech under fire, new survey suggests
September 28, 2017
Collegiate free speech is under fire, a new survey by the Brookings Institution suggests.
Guest speaker offers new perspective on design
September 21, 2017
Beats by Dre, Nasty Gal and Jamba Juice are all high-profile clients of architect Barbara Bestor, who discussed her work during a lecture on campus Wednesday.
New study shows apologizing may increase hurt feelings
September 11, 2017
New research conducted by UT and Dartmouth psychologists suggests that apologizing after socially rejecting someone does little to repair hurt feelings and, in fact, may make matters worse.
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