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Student entrepreneurs pitch business ideas to Mark Cuban and Cotter Cunningham
December 5, 2013
Student entrepreneurs presented their startup business ideas to a group of business owners and investors including Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks and star on Shark Tank, and Cotter Cunningham, local founder and CEO of RetailMeNot.
Project Connect sets transportation plan in motion
November 26, 2013
Project Connect has preliminary plans to establish its first installments in two Austin areas — East Riverside and Highland — and program officials heard public opinion Tuesday night for the proposed initial locations for the project.
SG and Senate of College Councils approve joint “vote of no confidence” against Regent Hall
November 20, 2013
Student Government members registered formal disapproval of the recent actions of UT Regent Wallace Hall, approving a “vote of no confidence” against Hall at their meeting Tuesday.
City prepares for weekend traffic from Formula 1 race and football game
November 14, 2013
This Saturday is the second Formula 1 United States Grand Prix race in Austin.
Founder of Sweet Leaf Tea shares experiences with entrepreneurs at UT
November 12, 2013
Clayton Christopher, creator of Sweet Leaf Tea and Deep Eddy Vodka, spoke to a room of entrepreneurial students and faculty Tuesday.
Former death row inmate establishes scholarship in honor of UT law alumna
October 31, 2013
In honor of an attorney who helped exonerate him, former death row inmate Anthony Graves established a scholarship earlier this month in the UT School of Law named for Nicole Casarez.
McDonald Observatory celebrates 75th anniversary with a year of events
October 21, 2013
Seventy-five years ago, UT’s McDonald Observatory was opened with the mission of studying and promoting astronomy.
Texas Memorial Museum paleontology experts celebrate National Fossil Day
October 17, 2013
The National Fossil Day website was closed Wednesday because of the shutdown, but the Texas Memorial Museum still celebrated the day with a workshop about fossils and fossil identification.
William Allensworth feels positive about Supreme Court case
October 11, 2013
UT law professor William Allensworth presented a case before the U.S. Supreme Court during oral arguments on Wednesday.
LBJ report outlines possible ways to end government shutdown
October 11, 2013
As the federal government shutdown continues into its second week, the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs released a report presenting possible solutions for preventing future governmental gridlock.
UT law professor argues before U.S. Supreme Court
October 10, 2013
William Allensworth, attorney and adjunct law professor at UT, argued Wednesday before the U.S. Supreme Court in a case involving contract law and legal forum selection.
UT Queer Student Alliance hosts domestic violence awareness presentation
October 3, 2013
UT’s Queer Students Alliance began National Domestic Violence Awareness Month with a seminar focusing on defining healthy relationships Wednesday.
E-Bus stop locations change, cause students confusion
October 2, 2013
Students often rely on several E-Bus routes to get downtown, but recent changes to the stops might leave them stranded.
LBJ school hosts legislative session featuring house representatives
September 26, 2013
The LBJ School of Public Affairs hosted a wrap-up panel discussion Wednesday about the Texas Legislature’s 83rd regular session and three special sessions.
UT law adjunct professor to argue case before U.S. Supreme Court
September 22, 2013
William Allensworth, attorney and adjunct professor at UT, will become one of the few attorneys in America to present a case before the United States Supreme Court next month.