Whether you’re looking for a close-to-campus Easter service or one located at a historical Austin park and museum, these different locations and ministries offer a variety of options to mix up the holiday.
The new Radiolab podcast “The Year That Broke Austin” takes listeners on a walking tour of Austin that doesn’t require a tour guide. But as the story unfolds, some listeners may wish they weren’t so alone.
When she’s not on stage as a live-storyteller, stand-up comedian or improvisor, Santaguida, lead information technology manager at UT, spends her days in the Flawn Academic Center running the training program for the campus’ software developers.
In this week's Science Buzz: A twin gets shipped out to space, Duke researchers predict a water crisis, a Mars rover completes a marathon and math homework is less useful than they told you it would be.
If there were a culinary-themed Bop It game, it would go something like this: Dip it! Stir it! Swirl it! Spread it! Sauces and dips are not only fun to play and experiment with, but they also provide extra taste and nutrition to otherwise bland meals.
Over the course of the last week, Not On My Campus, a student-led sexual assault prevention movement, garnered national attention and earned 1,400 signatures on a petition to stop sexual violence on UT’s campus.