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More men are going into nursing but stigma of masculinity still poses problem
May 2, 2018
While male nurses are increasing both at UT and across the country, men in the field still face stigma.
UT offers resources to secure students' summer employment
April 25, 2018
With fewer than two weeks of classes left in the semester, students are feeling the pressure to get their internships nailed down for the summer.
UT’s Senior Countdown program encourages students to graduate on time, some students don’t want to
April 5, 2018
Although UT is hoping to raise its four-year graduation rate with the Senior Countdown program, not all students want to graduate in four years.
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf — ‘Africa’s Iron Lady’ — fills Hogg Auditorium
March 28, 2018
Dubbed “Africa’s Iron Lady,” Sirleaf’s path to power was not a straight one. After being exiled to Kenya twice and wrongfully imprisoned, she had to fight to assume her power in 2006. Yet once she earned her presidency, she quickly secured millions of dollars of foreign investment for Liberia whilst entirely erasing its debt, according to Britannica.
Researcher presents on the objectification of black women in porn
March 22, 2018
Carolyn West startled her audience at Belo Center for New Media with graphic images and videos to show the pervasiveness of black women being objectified in modern pornography.
Austin was clad in yellow in honor of #InternationalWomensDay
March 9, 2018
Boss Babes ATX painted the Drag yellow for their celebration of International Women’s day at Space 24 Twenty on Thursday.
More people, more problems: UT attempts to address Texas' growing population
March 1, 2018
By the year 2050, state officials expect Texas’ population to nearly double, so UT is embarking on its first grand initiative challenge to research the effects of population growth on the Texas environment.
Goodbye, Taco Cabana. Hello, Taco Ranch.
February 20, 2018
P. Terry’s has served Austin burgers since 2005, but they want to venture out of their usual fare — by serving tacos.
UT students tackle new Austin Marathon course
February 12, 2018
Several Longhorns will join the crowd of runners set to burn a combined 52 million calories at the Austin Marathon this Sunday.
Brazillian English teachers learn new teaching strategies at UT Austin
February 8, 2018
A group of English teachers from Brazil have come to UT to improve their English–speaking skills and acquire new teaching methods to use in their classrooms back home.
Anti-American violence under the digital lens
January 31, 2018
Stories of violence on the Texas-Mexico border are often left out of the digital archive, but new projects are working to keep these narratives alive.