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UT graduate students work to make education data easier to navigate
December 6, 2017
UT graduate students are changing what K-12 public education data in Texas looks like through their new nonprofit project, the Texas School Directory.
Community archivist shares stories of Austin’s black community
December 5, 2017
Through pictures, film and storytelling, LaToya Devezin engrossed a full house of students and community members Tuesday evening, as she told the stories of West Austin’s African-American communities
Dell Medical School's Class of 2021 contains almost 60 percent women
November 30, 2017
Dell’s second admitted class consists of 58 percent women and 42 percent men, according to data from Dell Medical School Student Affairs.
Professor who served on Clinton administration discusses politics of health care
November 28, 2017
William Sage, a UT law and Dell Medical School professor who served on former President Bill Clinton’s health care task force, explained fiscal policy’s influence on health care at a discussion Tuesday evening hosted by the Texas Political Union.
Former Sen. Wendy Davis hands students the mic to discuss sexual assault
November 15, 2017
Former Texas Senator Wendy Davis is known as one of the most progressive voices in Texas, but on Wednesday evening, Davis let the voices of students join hers as student leaders discussed the impact of sexual assault on college campuses.
Rick Santorum attracts crowd with campus visit
November 15, 2017
With his orange checkered tie and black cowboy boots, former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum dressed in the Texas spirit as he talked about morality across the political spectrum Tuesday evening.
Construction poses some issues for physically disabled students
November 8, 2017
Temporary ramps, alternate routes and tighter pathways have been implemented on campus due to construction.
Research paper considers climate change in context of population ethics
November 8, 2017
A new research paper co-authored by assistant economic professor Dean Spears looks at climate change policy through the lens of population ethics.
University Democrats host State Rep. Eddie Rodriguez
November 2, 2017
Some students put watching the World Series on hold Wednesday night to hear State Rep. Eddie Rodriguez talk about the new front lines of Texas politics.
Natural Sciences Council releases grade distribution program, just in time for registration
November 1, 2017
Registration starts this week for the 2018 spring semester, and a program offered by UT’s Natural Sciences Council, NSC, serves as a comprehensive tool to help ease the registration process for UT students.
LBJ School hosts panel discussing historical context of Black Lives Matter
October 25, 2017
Black Lives Matter is still trying to address issues created by 19th-century American slavery, according to an academic panel at day-long event “Black Lives Mattered Then and Now” on Tuesday
UT report finds low-income students suffer most from $5.3 billion education cut
October 20, 2017
Low-income students and students in need of additional support have suffered most from an over $5 billion funding hole, according to a recent report by UTeach and the Center for Public Policy Priorities
Scholars debate the economics of US immigration
October 19, 2017
Immigrants have fueled economic growth and prosperity throughout the history of the United States, clinical professor Ruth Wasem said during the debate “The Economics of Immigration: Cost or Benefit?”
Lieutenant governor candidate Mike Collier builds momentum in Austin
October 12, 2017
When Mike Collier arrived in Austin on Wednesday to campaign for lieutenant governor, he said he felt eager to interact with Austin voters.
Moody relaunches Engaging News Project as Center for Media Engagement
October 11, 2017
The relaunched Center for Media Engagement hopes to learn how audiences interact with media in fields outside journalism, center director Talia Stroud said.
CapMetro changes set to alter students' commute
October 5, 2017
Capital Metro’s Connections 2025 transit plan will affect the daily commute of some UT students, starting June 2018.
Students reflect on Puerto Rico relief
October 4, 2017
Ana Sobrino’s family has endured broken sheds, falling roofs and no access to water as they readjust to life in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Experts weigh in on Rex Tillerson's tenure as Secretary of State
October 2, 2017
Greg Engle, a former U.S. Department of State official, said four things in Rex Tillerson’s orbit are affecting the UT alumnus’ tenure as Secretary of State: President Trump, U.S. foreign affairs, the department itself and the press.
UT alumna is inducted into Internet Hall of Fame
September 28, 2017
UT alumna Tracy LaQuey Parker was inducted into the Internet Society’s Internet Hall of Fame this month for her work as the author of some of the first best-selling books about the internet.
SURE Walk addresses complaints under new leadership
September 22, 2017
In order to meet the growing demand of their service, SURE Walk has restructured their leadership for this semester to address complaints about wait times and quality of service.
UT student organizations kicks off annual Pride Week
September 4, 2017
Monday marked the kickoff of UT’s Queer & Trans Student Alliance’s Pride Week.
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