While many would predict humans develop more as they age through experiences rather than through gene development, recent studies by psychology professors Elliot Tucker-Drob and Paige Harden and psychology graduate student Daniel Briley suggest the opposite.
According to UTPD Sgt. Charles Bonnet, the students who overpowered 22-year-old Chenxi Deng after he used a fork to stab graduate student Li You in the nose last week were gutsy, but trying to be the hero isn’t always sensible.
Renovations to various campus buildings will begin this November to prepare for the demolition of the Engineering Science Building next fall and accommodate students, faculty and staff displaced by the demolition.
In response to the Supreme Court’s decision in Fisher v. University of Texas, officials from the Obama administration affirmed the validity of using race as a factor in determining university admissions in a letter addressed to university presidents across the country on Friday.
Ninety years after he was president of the University, a relic of William Sutton remains missing: A bronze bust of Sutton, depicting the baldhead and handlebar mustache of the man that once decorated the halls named after him.