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Invest in dialogue, reject BDS
March 20, 2013
A large wooden wall painted gray and covered in hand-painted quotes trying to persuade UT students to support the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement stands in the West Mall.
Earl Campbell hosts event to benefit multiple sclerosis
February 27, 2012
The first of what will become an annual “Flavors of Austin” event took place at the Texas Federation Women’s Club Mansion.
Harry Potter series has become staple in British fantasy
February 19, 2012
The “Harry Potter” series might be over, but the adventures will be a staple on children's and academics' bookshelves alike for years to come.
Underage drinking poses health and financial burdens
February 17, 2012
The estimated total cost for hospitalization resulting from underage drinking is approximately $755 million per year.
'Educated Eater' lunch bridges food ethics, pleasure
February 6, 2012
The Food Studies Project and Slow Food Texas aim to combine the enjoyment of food with education through a free biweekly social lunch for students.
Student Event Center brings winter to Texas, welcomes students
January 30, 2012
Despite the 75 degree weather, students got a glimpse of colder climates at the Student Events Center’s Winter Wonderland.
Texas executive MBA program ranked ninth in the world
January 25, 2012
Because of quality students, the McCombs School of Business maintains their ranking for the second consecutive year.
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