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Students reflect on Roundup changes and what it means for IFC
May 1, 2018
This year’s Roundup hit many milestones for the Interfraternity Council.
UT students, Austin schools gathered at the Capitol saying “enough” to gun violence
April 22, 2018
Approximately 1,000 people participated in a national walkout against gun violence on Friday at the Texas Capitol with dozens of UT students and nine registered Austin area schools present.
Planning underway for homecoming week as students gather to discuss ideas and events
April 17, 2018
Texas Exes and Student Government representatives met with students at the Alumni Center Tuesday to discuss plans for a homecoming week, which students voted in favor of during SG elections last month.
Dozens gather to discuss ‘The Defeat of Black Power’
April 11, 2018
Over four dozen people gathered in the Main Building on Wednesday to hear about how different factions within the Civil Rights Movement caused internal conflict.
UT educators trace Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy in militarism, historical narratives, global citizenship
April 3, 2018
UT educators compared past and present racial inequality in the country and in Austin, using the 1960s civil rights movement’s tactics as an example for how to tackle present issues.
First amendment rights considered less secure by college students, Gallup reports
March 26, 2018
A Gallup/Knight Foundation survey released this month found that college students feel less secure in their ability to express their First Amendment rights.
Black Power academics discuss power, politics of ‘Black Panther’ film
March 21, 2018
Using Marvel’s newest superhero release, black power academics analyzed the “Black Panther” movie’s significance as a segue to talk about black nationalism at a discussionTuesday afternoon.
Law and business administration graduates relatively dissatisfied with education
March 4, 2018
According to a recent Gallup report, postgraduates with a law degree or masters of business administration say their degree prepared them well and was worth the cost at lower rates than other postgraduates.
Black Panther Party co-founder encourages political, legislative engagement
February 13, 2018
With the upcoming 2018 primary elections, Bobby Seale, co-founder of the Black Panther Party, said getting involved in the electoral process is a powerful and often overlooked way to make change
Radioactivity, bunkers and post-nuclear worlds dominate Banerjee’s talk on Russian science fiction
February 11, 2018
Dozens gathered Friday at the Julius Glickman Conference Center for Anindita Banerjee’s lecture on trends seen in Russian science fiction, which involves a world after nuclear war.
Dozens gather to uncover the meaning behind Baba Kinaram’s Hindu poetry
January 22, 2018
Senior lecturer Jishnu Shankar evaluated the writings of Baba Kinaram, a 17th century saint, social reformer and poet, to an audience of nearly 40 individuals at the Will C. Hogg Building on Monday.
Gallup report shows students not confident in major's ability to lead to good job
January 21, 2018
A recent Gallup report found that only 53 percent of current college students are confident in their major’s ability to lead to a good job.