Today’s college freshmen are more likely to engage in on-campus political activism than their counterparts in any other period, according to a new survey of freshman behavior conducted by the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA.
David Makovsky, a former senior adviser to Secretary of State John Kerry’s peace team, has spent his entire career working to reach an agreement between Israel and Palestine to try and solve issues through a sound, respectable two-state solution.
A sense of security on campus along with convenience may encourage students to leave their belongings unattended, but UTPD officer William Pieper said theft on campus is a reality students should be prepared for — especially when it comes to iPhones.
Hoping to end the onslaught of Zika virus cases throughout Central America, Brazil’s Ministry of Health has formed an agreement with the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston (UTMB) to create a vaccine for the virus.
UT research artist Eto Otitigbe is opening conversation about black history in monuments with his new art exhibit on campus, “Patience on a Monument,” in conjunction with the 40th anniversary of Black History Month.