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Toastmasters helps staff find new confidence
January 23, 2018
Unlike faculty, University staff do not generally have the opportunity to speak in front of classrooms full of students everyday. However, the UT Staff Toastmasters Club provides them a place to polish their speaking abilities.
Theater student turns dinner theater dream into reality
January 17, 2018
In 90 days, the Monaco sisters transformed a fish taco joint with surfboards hung on mustard-colored walls into their dream theater.
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center lights up for holiday festivities
December 10, 2017
Children ran through the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center as their path was lit with thousands of luminarias and Christmas lights during the annual Luminations celebration.
Increase in counseling visits during finals
December 4, 2017
With students pushing to finish out the semester, the Counseling and Mental Health Center is seeing an increase in appointments to help students through this stressful time.
Tiff’s Treats raises $25 million investment for expansion
November 27, 2017
Tiff’s Treats, the cookie delivery service that students use to celebrate special occasions or just as a late-night snack, announced a $25 million investment raised to help grow the company on Nov. 15.
Texas Athletics partners with food bank to donate stadium food
November 26, 2017
UT football fans may not think about the tons of food being wasted at every single game, but Texas Athletics does. This year, Texas Athletics partnered with the Central Texas Food Bank to donate leftover catering food to families in need.
Field Day for a Cure raises money for pediatric cancer patients
November 19, 2017
Teams of students in brightly colored shirts filled the LBJ Library Lawn to raise money for pediatric cancer patients on Saturday.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Talks to Students
November 13, 2017
The line into Hogg Memorial Auditorium stretched around the building Monday as students waited to hear Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella speak.
PurpleLight Ceremony spreads awareness for pancreatic cancer
November 12, 2017
People dressed in purple shirts held up illuminated purple glow sticks underneath the Texas Capitol on Sunday in remembrance of those lost to pancreatic cancer.
UT hosts first Fall Fall Fall Fest
November 5, 2017
Students who walked across the Main Mall on Saturday night ran into smoke and strobe lights from the first annual Fall Fall Fall Fest.
AwesomenessTV CEO advises RTF students
October 31, 2017
AwesomenessTV CEO Jordan Levin returned to UT on Monday to give radio-television-film students advice about the film industry as a UT alumnus who was once in their position.
Families gather at UT for Family Weekend events
October 30, 2017
On Friday, families from across the state and nation descended on UT for a three-day celebration of Family Weekend.
Sustainability Squad works toward waste-free future
October 23, 2017
While some students spend game day cheering in the stands, students in the Sustainability Squad spend their game day sorting trash.
Blood drive pushes for help
October 17, 2017
Participants can save three lives in ten minutes by donating their blood in the annual Texas Alpha Phi Omega Fall Blood Drive this week.
Ofrenda for recovering addicts
October 17, 2017
For those who have lost a loved one to addiction, the Center for Students in Recovery is hosting the annual Ofrenda de Muertos this month to celebrate their lives and memories.
Speaker series educates on disability awareness on campus
October 9, 2017
College is a difficult time in any student’s life, but for those struggling with a physical or learning disability, it can be that much more challenging.
Burnt Orange Bluegrass brings music, friendship to outside the SAC
October 9, 2017
If you walk by the Student Activity Center on a Friday afternoon, there is a good chance you will hear the sound of banjos, guitars and other instruments playing in harmony.
Panel discusses past and future of DACA program, recipients
October 2, 2017
A Monday panel discussing the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals took on an urgent tone as the Thursday deadline to renew one’s status under the program quickly approaches.
Third annual Public Art Dog Walk advocates adoption
October 1, 2017
Public Art Dog Walk returned to the 40 Acres to see many of the University’s famous pieces of art and showcase the importance of adopting a rescue dog.
UHS starts their flu shot campaign
September 25, 2017
It’s that time of year when students across campus are getting sick with the flu, and University Health Services hopes to prevent that from happening.
Students share concerns about automatic admissions reduction
September 25, 2017
Out-of-state and international students are already a small percentage of the UT student body, and that number won’t be increasing anytime soon.
Moody College of Communications opens gate to Hollywood for students
September 19, 2017
Thanks to a donation from the Cain Foundation, students can continue to study where the only other UT campus where you might run into Matthew McConaughey is located: Hollywood.
LBJ Museum hosts 'Sesame Street' characters to celebrate National Museum Day
September 17, 2017
The LBJ Presidential Library brought in beloved characters from the PBS show “Sesame Street” to celebrate Austin Museum Day on Sunday and to commemorate the 50th anniversary of President Lyndon B. Johnson signing the Public Broadcasting Act.
New Ransom Center exhibit explores art, culture of 20th-century Mexico
September 10, 2017
Starting this Monday, “Mexico Modern,” assembled by guest curators Donald Albrecht and Thomas Mellins, will be open to the public until January.
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