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UT-Austin alumna explores African heritage with clothing line
January 18, 2018
Instead of working in oil and gas, chemical engineering graduate Toyosi Shusi is debuting her own fashion line exclusively using fabrics imported from Africa.
UT alumni thriving with respect to competitors
January 17, 2018
UT graduates are thriving in comparison to graduates from national competitors, according to a study released in December by Gallup, Inc.
Track twins join ranks of the few black student athletes to graduate from UT electrical engineering
December 6, 2017
With graduation around the corner, Charles Anumnu tweeted that he and his twin brother, Carlton Anumnu, would be the first black student athletes to graduate from UT’s electrical engineering department.
EERC hosts first student-run event
December 3, 2017
The Engineering Education and Research Center had its first major social event on Friday night since its opening in August.
Free speech is threatened by left, FOX News pundit says at lecture
November 13, 2017
The left is stifling free speech in America by preventing political debates, said FOX News Contributor Guy Benson at an event for the College Republicans at Texas.
Students debate gun control in wake of mass shootings
November 7, 2017
In the wake of recent mass shootings in Las Vegas and Sutherland Springs, Texas, students respectfully debated the divisive issue of gun control in Parlin Hall on Tuesday night.
NPR correspondent visits UT, says journalists should be wary of scientific findings
November 3, 2017
The vast majority of small scientific studies are not reproducible, said National Public Radio science desk correspondent Richard Harris to an auditorium of journalism students Thursday night.
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage speaks on importance of American theater
October 25, 2017
Over 100 students and community members filled Rainey Hall on Tuesday to hear Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage speak
Student Government launches social entrepreneurship learning lab
October 19, 2017
Student Government accepted its first group of fellows this year for the Social Entrepreneurship Learning Lab, or SELL, Fellowship Program, an initiative that aims to give undergraduate students skills to solve social problems
Faculty members speak at special forum on hurricane crisis afflicting Puerto Rico, Caribbean
October 18, 2017
On Tuesday, Puerto Rican faculty members voiced frustration towards the lack of U.S. relief in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean following hurricanes Irma and Maria.
Football players speak out about #TakeaKnee protests
October 2, 2017
Boyer, a former Green Beret, told Kaepernick that he understood Kaepernick’s desire to protest police brutality towards African-Americans, but sitting down during the anthem bothered him — it could be viewed as disrespectful to members of the military.
McCombs has a 47 percent female enrollment rate, but finance is only 29 percent female
September 25, 2017
While the McCombs School of Business boasts a 47 percent female enrollment rate in its undergraduate program, only 29 percent of finance majors consists of women, according to fall 2017 data from the University.
Latino Pan-Hellenic Council showcases diversity in Greek life
September 12, 2017
The Latino Pan-Hellenic Council, LPHC, hosted its biannual showcase event Tuesday evening to show potential new members the values and traditions of its sororities and fraternities.
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