Earlier this month, UT released a digital version of The Collections, an encyclopedia of the University’s entire collection of documents and cultural artifacts it has acquired since the school first opened.
Inspired by the “Taco Truck at Every Mosque” campaign that began in Santa Ana, California, the Nueces Mosque in West Campus hosted a community gathering Tuesday night to connect and show solidarity within the Latino community.
After President Donald Trump announced U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate accord, Austin Mayor Steve Adler was among eight mayors across the country who pledged to adopt climate policies without the federal government.
Following the recent death of world-famous opera singer Barbara Smith Conrad, the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History plans to use its documentary and archives about Conrad to continue sharing her life story as one of the first black students admitted to UT in 1956. Conrad died on May 22 of Alzheimer’s complications.
Capital Metro is working to increase ridership on their network for UT students and the greater Austin community through Connections 2025, an ambitious plan to improve the city’s transportation network.
A small crowd gathered in front of the Tower with heavy hearts and tears in their eyes early Monday morning as the photographs of 49 individuals whose lives were taken too soon stared across the West Mall.