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Suspect named in death of 'Junior the Wendy's Guy'
May 11, 2016
Austin Police Department officers have named Nikolas Ray Eller, 38, as the suspect in the death of Ishmael Mohammed Jr., according to the Austin American-Statesman.
News editor says "à bientôt" to the Texan, climbs stairs one last time
May 6, 2016
Sweaty palms, heart racing and praying to God I wouldn’t fall down the stairs to my death was the way I first entered the Texan.
Despite flash flood warning, University will continue on regular schedule
April 18, 2016
University delays classes, activities until 10 a.m.
April 17, 2016
All University classes and activities will be delayed until 10 a.m. tomorrow morning due to severe weather and potential flash flooding across Austin.
Report: Details emerge regarding on-campus homicide
April 12, 2016
Dance freshman Haruka Weiser, the victim of last week’s campus homicide, appears to have been sexually assaulted and was the victim of strangulation, according to a report by the Austin American-Statesman.
Secretary of Defense speaks on campus
April 1, 2016
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter visited UT Thursday and engaged in a discussion with students about the United States’ current security situation.
Texas primary election results: Hinojosa, Cruz, Clinton win
March 2, 2016
Results for state and local elections and the national primaries were announced Tuesday night after citizens cast their votes on election day and early voting last week.
President Obama to visit Austin on March 11
February 19, 2016
President Barack Obama will visit Austin on March 11, the first day of the South by Southwest festival, according to a page on the Democratic National Committee’s website.
UTPD voids disorderly conduct citation after review
February 12, 2016
After reviewing a citation written to an evangelical preacher for disorderly conduct, the University of Texas Police Department voided the citation because it did not meet the requirements of the law.
Voter registration ends at midnight today
February 1, 2016
In order to participate and vote in the Texas primary elections, people need to register by 11:59 p.m. today.
UT student diagnosed with mumps
January 28, 2016
University Health Services notified students Wednesday afternoon that a student has been diagnosed with mumps.
Faculty council speaks out against campus carry
January 26, 2016
Faculty members gathered at the Faculty Council meeting Monday to speak out against campus carry and give President Gregory Fenves their thoughts before he submits suggestions to the UT System by mid-February.
Student hosts TEDx event, talks about effect of televised Senate broadcasts
January 22, 2016
The U.S. Senate’s televised broadcasts have impaired its ability to discuss important political issues, according to a UT student who gave a talk during a TEDx event in Reno, Nevada.
New West Campus parking meters begin operation Wednesday
January 12, 2016
Newly installed parking meters in West Campus will start collecting money Wednesday as part of an expansion of the parking benefit district that was started in 2013.
Introducing the yuccie
June 22, 2015
Guest columnist Wynne Davis opines on the latest chapter in hipster culture: young urban creatives, or "yuccies."
Chancellor appoints two new leaders
May 7, 2015
As a part of his plan to increase the UT System’s influence and excellence in higher education, System Chancellor William McRaven hired two leaders from within the System to join his staff.
New drink promises hangover cure
May 7, 2015
In an effort to help students keep up their with their class schedules and social lives, a Princeton junior developed a new drink that aims to alleviate hangovers quicker than extensive hydration.
UT student diagnosed with mumps
May 6, 2015
West Campus sees increase in car burglaries over last two months
May 6, 2015
Car burglaries in West Campus have been on the rise for the past two months, according to Austin Police Department officials.
UTPD: Student assaulted near campus
May 5, 2015
Austin Fire Department works with Wall-E, Eve to combat danger
May 4, 2015
Two robots, Wall-E and Eve, are helping the Austin Fire Department incorporate technology into firefighting so that they can ultimately assess situations in advance of their human firefighting counterparts.
As APD prepares to equip department with body cameras, some officers ahead of the curve
May 1, 2015
Over the next two to five years, the Austin Police Department will implement plans to equip its officers with body cameras — and in the meantime, 25 APD officers have purchased cameras on their own.
Pedestrian fatalities occurring at a higher rate in 2015
April 28, 2015
The number of pedestrian deaths in Austin has increased compared to this time last year, with nine deaths occurring since January.
Legislators seek to ban red light traffic cameras
April 23, 2015
The Texas Senate passed a bill Wednesday that would ban red light cameras throughout the state.
APD shifts focus in drone regulation policy
April 22, 2015
Officers from the Austin Police Department said they will no longer check to see if drone operators have a certificate for themselves or for their drone, unless the drone is flying near a crowded area.
UTPD officers face dunk tank for charity
April 20, 2015
Officers from the UT Police Department plunged into cold water Friday in an effort to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society as part of Phi Kappa Sigma’s first Dunk A Cop event.
Bomb threat prompts UTPD to examine notification system
April 13, 2015
UTPD is looking into ways to better disseminate information to the community.
Power restored in eight campus buildings after reported outages
April 10, 2015
Eight buildings on campus experienced power outages this morning. UTPD received a call about the outages at approximately 9:55 a.m., according to spokeswoman Cindy Posey.
Facilities Services staff places barricades around CLA because of broken windows, falling glass
April 8, 2015
Temporary barricades will remain around the perimeter of the College of Liberal Arts building until UT Facilities Services staff can determine what is causing the building’s large glass windows to break.
UTPD, APD clear Butler School of Music after bomb threat
April 6, 2015
Both Bass Concert Hall and Batts Hall were fully evacuated Monday evening after police received a call about suspicious activity, UTPD spokeswoman Rhonda Weldon said.
APD focuses on underage drinking during RoundUp weekend
April 1, 2015
Despite a recent sound ordinance in West Campus, more tickets were issued for underage drinking than for noise complaints during RoundUp last weekend.
IFC tightens wristband policy in preparation for RoundUp '15
March 27, 2015
Students from around the nation will flood West Campus for the 85th annual RoundUp event this weekend — and the Interfraternity Council is hoping all of them will be college students.
UTPD employs higher number of women than national average
March 24, 2015
Ten women serve as officers win UTPD, making up 16 percent of the staff, and that number is higher than the national average of 13 percent among police departments nationwide.
On-campus crimes continue during spring break
March 23, 2015
Although the student population on campus dwindled this week, officers from the UTPD responded to many incidents involving non-UT subjects on and near campus.
One year later: SXSW Cares Fund still provides help to victims
March 12, 2015
One year after a car drove through a crowd of people at South By Southwest, killing four and injuring more than 20 others, all the victims of the crime have received funds to help with the recovery process.
House bill proposes higher minimum wage in Texas
March 10, 2015
Rep. Eddie Lucio Jr. (D-Brownsville) filed a bill Thursday to raise minimum wage in Texas from $7.25 per hour to $10.10 per hour.
UTPD: More students using real personal information on fake IDs
March 6, 2015
More students are including genuine personal information when creating fake IDs for themselves, according to UT police.
APD investigating assault in West Campus
March 5, 2015
A UT student was assaulted in West Campus early Wednesday morning, according to a UT Safety Alert email.
Gene Vela found not guilty on all counts
March 5, 2015
Gene Vela walked out of the Travis County Courthouse a free man Wendesday after being found not guilty on all charges.
UT closes campus until 1 p.m., delays classes until 2 p.m.
March 4, 2015
UT campus will close at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday and remain closed until 1 p.m. Thursday because of inclement winter weather.
Jurors: Gene Vela not guilty on all counts
March 4, 2015
Jurors found Gene Vela not guilty on all counts Wednesday after more than four hours of deliberations.
Students express frustration with J & J Towing Company
March 4, 2015
Eight students have said J & J Towing removed their cars from their apartment complexes although they had permits displayed.
Trial continues for former UT grad student involved in armed police stand-off
March 2, 2015
The trial of Gene Vela, a former public affairs graduate student on trial for two charges of aggravated assault on a public servant, continued Friday at the Travis County Courthouse.
Students hold vigil for death row inmate Rodney Reed
February 27, 2015
One week before Rodney Reed’s scheduled execution, students and community members gathered on the steps of the Tower to hold a vigil for Reed and to protest Texas’ judicial system.
Former graduate student Gene Vela stands trial after standoff with police
February 27, 2015
More than a year after a standoff with Austin police, Gene Vela, a former public affairs graduate student, stood trial this week for two charges of aggravated assault on a public servant.
UTPD: Proper bike lock use can prevent bike theft
February 25, 2015
Fifteen out of 17 bicycles that have been reported as stolen since the semester began in January were locked using a cable lock, according to William Pieper, University of Texas Police Department officer.
SURE Walk remains under-used by students
February 24, 2015
The safety program SURE Walk remains an under-utilized student resource despite efforts to re-brand its image and increase visibility, according to Charles Steen, government and finance junior and director of the program.
Classes delayed until 11 a.m. because of potential winter weather
February 23, 2015
Because of potential winter weather, UT will delay opening until 10 a.m., and classes will begin at 11 a.m. Tuesday.
UPDATE: CapMetro announces detours and closures, citing rain and freezing temperatures
February 23, 2015
Because of a forecast of rain and freezing temperatures, Capital Metro announced that users along routes 2, 275, 331 and 350 can expect detours as well as some stops completely closed on Monday, Feb. 23.
Students discuss potential impact of "campus carry" policy
February 20, 2015
Students on both sides of the “campus carry” debate gathered on campus Thursday night for a town hall meeting to discuss the impact a concealed firearm policy might have on campus.
APD: Auto thefts increase in West Campus
February 19, 2015
West Campus auto thefts have increased because of students leaving their cars unlocked, according to the Austin Police Department.
Faculty Council reaffirms ban of firearms on campus
February 17, 2015
The UT Faculty Council passed a resolution Monday reaffirming the ban of firearms on campus.
Student Government develops mobile safety app
February 16, 2015
Members of Student Government are working to bring a mobile safety application to campus in an attempt to give students a better sense of security.
Union employees review building policy after stabbing
February 12, 2015
Employees of the Union Building are reviewing building policies after an argument Tuesday evening between two homeless men escalated to physical violence.
Homeless man wields knife, stabs other homeless man in Union Building
February 11, 2015
A homeless man stabbed another homeless man with a knife inside the Union Building after the two got into a fight Wednesday evening.
City plans to add lighting, widen sidewalks in West Campus
February 9, 2015
City officials are planning to add lighting, trees and wider sidewalks to West Campus as part of a parking benefit program between the city and University Area Partners, a West Campus neighborhood association.
UTPD, APD target crime on Drag
February 5, 2015
Officers from both UTPD and the Austin Police Department started a more focused initiative to minimize crime homeless people commit on Guadalupe Street.
Medical school construction means fewer parking spots west of I-35
January 28, 2015
Because of Dell Medical School construction, the University removed hundreds of “C” parking spots in lots near the Frank Erwin Center and School of Social Work, causing frustration among some commuting students as they returned to campus for the spring semester.
APD Pipes and Drums Corps serve police community
January 27, 2015
When taking a break from the daily responsibilities of policing their daily responsibilities, a group of Austin Police officers play drums and bagpipes in funerals, parades, festivals and community events.
University police departments use social media to monitor crime
January 21, 2015
Police departments across the nation now use Yik Yak, a social media app, to monitor crime reports.
City sound ordinance requirements still unclear for student groups
January 21, 2015
Many Greek groups in West Campus still do not know the exact requirements of the city sound ordinance, after the city promised to provide details in a meeting last fall, according to Daniel Warner, government senior and former president of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity.
Campus crime continues over break
January 20, 2015
Although thousands of students left campus over winter break, UTPD stayed active because crime never takes a vacation.
Judge wants trial for SXSW crash suspect Rashad Owens by November
January 9, 2015
Travis County district court judge Cliff Brown said Friday he wants to try the murder and aggravated assault cases against Rashad Owens by November.
Parking along part of Whitis Avenue moves to city's jurisdiction
August 14, 2014
Parking along the 2600 block of Whitis Avenue became part of the city of Austin’s jurisdiction on Wednesday.
McCombs school evacuated after fire alert
August 5, 2014
The McCombs School of Business building was evacuated after the Austin Fire Department responded to an alarm at approximately 11 p.m Monday night.
Two UT football players charged with sexual assault
July 24, 2014
UT football players Kendall Sanders and Montrel Meander were taken into custody after being arrested and charged with sexual assault on Thursday.
UTPD alert campus of knife-wielding subject, find no threat
July 23, 2014
University police alerted the campus of a subject carrying a knife near the Main Building on Wednesday morning, but determined shortly after the person did not pose a threat to those on campus.
Police report aggravated assault on Guadalupe
July 22, 2014
University and Austin police officers reported an aggravated assault by two armed suspects on Guadalupe Street on Monday evening
Perry announces surge of National Guard troops to Texas-Mexico border
July 22, 2014
Gov. Rick Perry announced Monday that he will deploy 1,000 state National Guard troops to the Texas-Mexico border.
Man arrested by UTPD after assaulting student
July 17, 2014
UTPD officers arrested a man across from campus on Guadalupe Street on Thursday afternoon after a student reported an assault.
Assault victim criticizes University alert system
July 7, 2014
After being assaulted while walking to her office on June 26, graduate student Cindy Walter-Gensler recounted the event for her students and said she wondered why there had not been an alert sent to the student body about the event.
UT student pleads guilty in conspiring to aid terrorists
July 2, 2014
UT student Rahatul Khan pled guilty in conspiring and attempting to provide terrorists material support on Wednesday.
Davis, Van de Putte host filibuster anniversary event
June 26, 2014
One year after state Sen. Wendy Davis, D-Fort Worth, delayed a vote on an anti-abortion bill with an 11-hour filibuster, a large crowd filled the Palmer Events Center on Wednesday as Democratic gubernatorial candidate Davis and state Sen. Leticia Van de Putte, D-San Antonio and Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, talked about their top priority to include the voices of all Texans in the legislature.
UTPD looking into reported sexual assault on campus
June 25, 2014
After a reported sexual assault, UTPD officers are investigating the incident that occurred Saturday at the San Jacinto Residence Hall.
APD investigating burglary at Dobie Center
June 24, 2014
Austin Police Department officers responded to a burglary theft call Thursday at Dobie Center after two residents reported a man leaving their room.
Former Wisconsin Supreme Court justice discusses restorative justice at campus event
June 18, 2014
Restorative justice programs offer an opportunity for both the offenders and the victims of crimes to move forward, but the programs also help communities, Janine Geske, former Wisconsin Supreme Court justice, said at an event on campus Tuesday.
Recent rain causes beetles to emerge on campus
June 15, 2014
Creatures of the night, black ground beetles have become a summer norm on campus as they have surfaced to feed and breed.
Ransom Center acquires McEwan archive
June 11, 2014
The Harry Ransom Center acquired the archives of author Ian McEwan, and visitors to the center will able to interact with them after they are processed.
Nursing school removes dress code posters following criticism
June 5, 2014
The School of Nursing took down dress code posters inside its building on Wednesday after receiving criticism online for the signs being targeted toward women.
UT's Food Lab to host business plan competition centered on developing food industry startups
June 2, 2014
The University opened registration Sunday for the UT Food Lab Challenge, an international competition focused on the evolving food industry.
City Council votes to create an ordinance to increase recycling at food trucks
May 1, 2014
Customers at food trucks may soon be able to recycle on-site, after the Austin City Council voted Thursday to ask the city manager to create an ordinance enabling food trucks to provide recycling and composting receptacles.
Driverless car sharing program could lead to more efficient travel
April 29, 2014
According to UT researchers, driverless cars, or shared autonomous vehicles, could start driving people around the country in fewer than 10 years.
Archaeologist presents findings that parallel different civilizations in Peru
April 28, 2014
Archaeologist Steve Bourget presented findings on campus Saturday from his work in northern Peru and said different civilizations can be connected based on the designs found in medallions and ceramics.
Patrica Stout named chair of advertising and public relations department
April 25, 2014
Patricia Stout, who has been a professor in the department of advertising and public relations since 1984, was named chair of the department Wednesday.
Environmental student organizations collaborate for Earth Day festival
April 22, 2014
As part of a week of environmental awareness events centered around Earth Day, environmental student organizations and University departments hosted a carnival on Gregory Plaza on Tuesday to inform students about environmentally-conscious policies and sustainability efforts at UT.
UT researchers show brain makes spatial map using gamma waves
April 21, 2014
Neurons and gamma waves in the brain can give insight into how people remember their location, according to UT researchers.
West community remembers those who died one year after explosion
April 18, 2014
On the fairgrounds of West on Thursday night, community members came together for a memorial service to remember their friends and family one year after a local fertilizer plant exploded and left destruction in its wake.
Free market principles can help the environment, according to think tank representative
April 15, 2014
Marketing principles are more likely to help fix problems in the environment than scare tactics used in the past are, according to Laura Huggins, outreach director of the Property and Environment Research Center think tank.
Molecular biomarkers to help reduce burden on cancer patients
April 13, 2014
According to a UT adjunct assistant professor, being proactive in the search for molecular biomarkers could help aid patients in their fight against cancer.
UT senior runs for re-election for Democratic committee
April 8, 2014
After serving on the State Democratic Executive Committee for two years, Latin American studies senior Huey Rey Fischer is running for re-election because he said there are still problems to address within the state committee and initiatives he wants ton see through.
Discussion reviews US role in Ukraine crisis
April 3, 2014
Ukraine isn’t enough of a U.S. priority to warrant military involvement, although Russia has shown its willingness to use military force, according to government professor Robert Moser in an on-campus roundtable discussion Wednesday.
Campus recycling programs move to single stream and include glass for the first time
April 1, 2014
After moving to single-stream recycling, both the Division of Housing and Food Services and the University’s main recycling program began accepting and recycling glass products in the fall 2013 semester.
Failing to save diseased tree, University works to heal South Mall soil
March 30, 2014
Despite University efforts to improve its health, a tree on the South Mall will be removed after contracting two different diseases within the last year.
UTSA professor gives guest lecture on Ecuador’s Cofan people
March 24, 2014
Michael Cepek, an associate cultural anthropology professor at UT San Antonio, discussed the history of the capture of indigenous Cofan people in Ecuador in his on-campus talk “Ungrateful Predators: Capture and the Creation of Cofan Violence,” during a guest lecture Friday.
Report shows gap in academic achievement between white men and men of color, despite engagement levels
March 18, 2014
According to a report by the College of Education, male students of color have lower rates of academic success in community college than their white counterparts, even though the students of color have higher aspirations.
Black men face more heath problems because of childhood adversity
March 5, 2014
Black men are more likely to experience hardships with relationships and health issues as adults, according to UT researchers.
Research shows bullying prevention does not have lasting effects on adolescents
March 3, 2014
Psychology assistant professor David Yeager said bullying prevention programs in schools have no effect on adolescents during their eighth grade and high school years at a lecture Friday.
Panelists discuss upcoming India elections
February 26, 2014
A student organization hosted a discussion Tuesday night on the upcoming 2014 elections in India and its current political atmosphere, featuring English assistant professor Snehal Shingavi and author Rahul Mahajan.
In an international effort, students compete in Solar Decathlon
February 18, 2014
In order to compete in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon, architecture and engineering students will work to create a design for a solar-powered house and make the house fully functionial before competing in Irvine, Calif., in 2015.
Cloud storage UTBox offered to all — but used by few
February 17, 2014
UTBox, a secure cloud storage space provided by Information Technology Services, is offered for free to all 74,000 University students, staff and faculty — but so far, only 11,972 have made use of the service, which costs the University $197,000 annually.
UT alumnus gives talk on creating and passing the national budget
February 12, 2014
UT alumnus David Berteau spoke Tuesday about the current debt ceiling and budget issues Congress is working through, citing it as an example of the complicated nature of managing the nation’s finances.
Twenty thousand phone lines to be replaced
December 5, 2013
More than 20,000 campus phone landlines will be replaced on campus with Voice over Internet Protocol by spring 2015, as part of an initiative by the Information Technology Services office.
Hex Rally canceled because of weather
November 26, 2013
The Texas Exes canceled the annual Hex Rally on Monday because of inclement weather and the effects of the rain on all the participants and electrical equipment involved.
UT researchers find women need more energy education
November 25, 2013
UT researchers have found that women in underdeveloped countries are in need of energy education to increase society’s efficiency and better the surrounding environment.
Professors see improvement in course performance through online platform
November 24, 2013
Psychology professors Samuel Gosling and James Pennebaker have found that students perform better in an online classroom with daily “benchmark” quizzes rather than a traditional classroom with monumental midterms.
UTLogin to replace current EID authentication system
November 20, 2013
The current authentication system will be replaced by UTLogin, a new system for verifying EIDs.
Professor Matt Richardson discusses book on black lesbian culture
November 12, 2013
Though the existing field of black lesbian literature and analysis is limited, it recently became a little bit bigger with the release of a UT professor’s new publication on black lesbian culture.
Facing a transition to a new engineering building, students fear loss of study space
November 11, 2013
The transitional period in preparation for the construction of the Engineering Education and Research Center has begun.
BP commits $4 million to UT engineering research
November 5, 2013
British Petroleum announced Thursday that it will give $4 million to the University to fund research focused on industry projects in the oil and gas fields in various departments of the Cockrell School of Engineering.
Policy Analysis Institute releases report on House Bill 5
October 31, 2013
The Institute for Urban Policy Research and Analysis released the first in a series of reports on primary and secondary education in September.
International Students carve pumpkins for the first time
October 29, 2013
International students crafted jack-o’-lanterns for the first time Tuesday at a pumpkin carving event put on by Partnerships to Advance Language Study and Cultural Exchange.
Powers elected chair of Association of American Universities
October 22, 2013
Today, President William Powers Jr. was elected chair of the Association of American Universities.
Hundreds of miles from his peers, UTPD officer Joseph Pasqua serves at McDonald Observatory
October 22, 2013
For seven years, Joseph Michael Pasqua has worked as a police officer and safety coordinator at the McDonald Observatory as the sole representative of UTPD in Fort Davis
Bios for advisory committee members set to assist with UT’s search for a new athletics director
October 15, 2013
UT’s search for a new athletic director will be facilitated by a seven-member advisory committee appointed by President William Powers Jr. Former athletic director DeLoss Dodds announced his retirement Oct. 1.
Native American students hope to shift the focus on Columbus Day
October 15, 2013
Rejecting the nationally recognized holiday of Columbus Day, the Native American and Indigenous Student Association celebrated Indigenous People’s Day on Monday with an event to raise awareness of the University’s Native American population.
Athletics director search committee formed
October 15, 2013
As part of the search for a new athletics director after current men’s head athletics director DeLoss Dodds announced his retirement earlier this month, President William Powers Jr. named an advisory search committee composed of current and former regents, professors, alumni and notable figures in Texas education.
Cyber security becomes a more pressing issue at UT
October 10, 2013
The number of cyber attacks targeted at the University’s resources has been steadily increasing over the past few years, in keeping with a national trend, according to Cam Beasley, Information Technology Services’ chief information security officer.
UTPD opens doors for community to see inner workings
October 8, 2013
UT students and staff tip-toed through UTPD’s headquarters as part of the department’s Citizen Police Academy while officers responded to live dispatch calls.
University of Texas researchers examine singing mice in Central America
October 3, 2013
Two species of mice found in the mountains of Central America sing to mark their territory, according to a new study by UT researchers.
University of Texas researchers find relationships between genetic development, cognition
October 3, 2013
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.
Pulitzer-Prize winning author Junot Diaz talks race, writing at Blanton Museum
September 24, 2013
In a discussion on the role that race and other minority statuses play in creating art, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Junot Diaz said he felt UT students should be more concerned about the societal implication of recently reported bleach bombings in West Campus.
UT Blackboard being phased out for Canvas
September 17, 2013
After using Blackboard for 13 years, UT professors and students will make the switch to Canvas, a new learning management system.
Hike-and-bike trail runner attacked
September 11, 2013
A woman was attacked while running on a hike-and-bike trail near Interstate 35 on Monday morning. Her suspected attacker, a 20-year-old man, was taken into custody later that day.
UT launches social network to connect students to campus organizations
August 5, 2013
Called HornsLink, the network allows students to create their own profile using their UT EIDs to receive customized recommendations about events and organizations matching their interests.
UT students studying abroad in Egypt relocated
July 5, 2013
After a military coup in Egypt, six UT students participating in the Arabic Flagship program in Alexandria are being relocated to Meknes, Morocco for the remainder of their year abroad.
UT professor working on tattoo that can track vital signs
June 28, 2013
Nanshu Lu worked to create a small flexible tattoo that can monitor vital signs, power itself and transmit data in a more compact way that the bulky options available today.
UT Co-op partners with UT student for fashion line
June 27, 2013
The UT Co-op is expanding its line of womens clothing with pieces designed by a UT student.
UT reflects on Juneteenth with celebration
June 18, 2013
Members of the UT and Austin community gathered to celebrate Juneteenth Tuesday.
UT and A&M open joint library
May 25, 2013
UT and Texas A&M University opened a $6.3 million facility to store books that aren't used often on campus, a measure officials say will save both schools money.