Lizzie Velasquez, a 26-year-old motivational speaker, author and anti-bullying activist, spoke Friday evening about her experience combating bullying stemming from a condition which prevents her from gaining weight.
The Division of Housing and Food Services will not alter what food it serves served on campus after the International Agency for Research on Cancer announced Oct. 28 that processed meats are carcinogenic.
On this week’s episode of The Daily Texan Newscast, we cover the Safe Campus Act, the upcoming Fisher vs. University of Texas Supreme Court hearing and review Fuzz’s new album II as well as the new movie “Our Brand Is Crisis.”
A small group of UT students took a break from their normal routines of receiving clean water from accessible faucets and fountains Thursday evening to participate in a water walk hosted by Students for Clean Water.
In light of recent safety threats around the U.S., the School of Nursing and School of Social Work will make improvements to their spring disaster drill to improve its authenticity, according to Dede Sparks.
With a growing demand for digital innovation in journalism, the Belo Foundation in Dallas awarded UT a $1.5 million grant to create the Dallas Morning News Innovation Endowment for the Moody College of Communications School of Journalism.
The Projects with Under-served Communities’ India Team has launched a 30-day fundraising initiative on the UT crowdfunding site HornRaiser to raise funds to travel to and serve the community of Tamil Nadu, India, in the summer of 2016.