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Orange Outreach promotes collaboration among service orgs
December 5, 2018
Orange Outreach, an agency within Student Government, hosted a discussion Tuesday evening attended with 15 service leaders from a variety of student organizations.
Longhorn Powerlifting aims to meet fundraising goal for Nationals
November 28, 2018
The team held practice at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium before their weight room was shut down in the spring.
UT ‘15 alumna awarded Houston Teacher of the Year
October 30, 2018
UT alumna Alejandra Ortega recently received the Houston ISD Teacher of the Year just three years after graduating.
Campus ambassadors get a step ahead in marketing careers
October 24, 2018
Local and national companies are entrusting students to integrate their brands into university culture as campus ambassadors.
PUC sends engineering, social work students to aid underdeveloped communities
October 23, 2018
Projects with Underserved Communities, a course unique to UT, teaches various groups of engineering and social work students to create social projects before implementing them internationally in summer 2019.
Nonprofit director speaks on relationship between economic inequality, human rights
October 16, 2018
Human rights policy can have a boomerang effect on issues outside of its traditional sphere and is key to solving many of today’s inequalities, according to an expert on economic inequality and social injustice.
Mcgill Professor Daniel Pratt discusses protest culture
October 9, 2018
McGill University assistant professor Daniel Pratt presented his paper on self-sacrifice and the long-term importance of protesting, especially for students, at a talk held Monday by the Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies.
Panelists discuss experiences with asylum seekers at US-Mexico border
September 26, 2018
Former UT professor and author Irma Guadarrama spoke Tuesday on the impact asylum seekers had on her understanding of the border crisis.
Austinite Cindy Elizabeth kicks off the Afro-local ATX Diaspora Series
September 20, 2018
For Austin photographer Cindy Elizabeth, the term “rebeautification” is complicated.
'Vaudeville!' exhibit shows origins of contemporary entertainment
January 30, 2018
The exhibit, which opened Monday at the Harry Ransom Center, follows the evolution of touring talent shows in the early 20th century.
Visiting professor discusses book on displaced Syrians
January 25, 2018
More than 80 voices of Syrian civilians and their stories came to campus when Wendy Pearlman, Northwestern University political science professor, presented her book on Thursday.