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Texas eSports Association rebrands and expands to become nation-wide organization
September 9, 2013
A UT club that has hosted video game tournaments attracting international attention has rebranded itself in an effort to become a nation-wide organization.
Neuroscience technology developments help link computers to human brain
September 4, 2013
Recent developments in neuroscience technology will help link computers and the human brain, according to a panel hosted by The Austin Forum on Science, Technology & Society on Tuesday.
Ransom Center acquires rare documents of Dominican-American writer
September 2, 2013
The Harry Ransom Center has acquired the archive of Dominican-American writer Julia Alvarez, best known for her novels that explore the American immigrant experience.
UT researchers hack yacht's GPS system
August 1, 2013
A team of UT researchers took control of the GPS navigation system of a yacht in the Mediterranean Sea in June without detection, causing it to veer off-course, in the process of developing anti-spoofing technology.
2400 Nueces opens in West Campus
July 25, 2013
The first student housing project to be built on University-owned land but developed and maintained by an outside company opened Tuesday.
UT Invasive project receives grant to fight ants
July 24, 2013
A $2.7 million grant by the Lee and Ramona Bass Foundation has helped establish the Texas Invasive Species Program, which will research foreign species introduced into the state and methods to reduce their threat to native ecosystems.
Hundreds protest following passage of abortion legislation
July 16, 2013
Hundreds of activists convened at the Texas Capitol on Monday night to participate in a rally and march protesting the Texas Senate’s passage of legislation that will increase regulations and restrictions on abortions in Texas.
Workers Defense Project protests at Austin's GOP headquarters over immigration reform
July 10, 2013
Protesters demonstrated at the Texas GOP headquarters Tuesday afteroon, one day before congressional Republicans meet in Washington to decide their next move on immigration reform.
Caffe Medici’s Guadalupe location reopens
July 9, 2013
After several delays, Caffe Medici’s Guadalupe location reopened on June 24 after a renovation intended to make the coffee shop more spacious and efficient.
Austin Symphony Orchestra to host Independence Day concert
July 3, 2013
Independence day is all about the fireworks — and the Independence Day concert at Auditorium Shores is one way Austinites can get their fireworks fix this July 4.
UT students, other volunteers work to restore Bastrop's Lost Pines
July 3, 2013
UT volunteers are still working to restore the Bastrop Lost Pines forest to its former glory after fires ravaged most of its trees almost two years ago.
Jester food services to be closed July 4-6
July 2, 2013
Jester food services, including Jester City Limits and Jester Second Floor Dining Hall, or J2, will be closed from July 4 through July 6.
Perry signs water conservation bills amongst worsening drought conditions
June 21, 2013
Drought conditions in Texas have prompted Texas Gov. Rick Perry to address several water conservation issues.
UT acquires letter from George Washington
June 14, 2013
UT’s Briscoe Center for American History recently acquired a 1769 letter sent by Washington to John Armstrong.
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