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Rachel Ann Lew
Rachel Ann Lew
THEY don’t want reporter to quit
May 6, 2016
Y’all thought you had seen the last of me. #anotherone
Senate works to implement pre-law minor
April 8, 2016
Students interested in law have not had a structured pre-law program, but the Senate of College Councils is currently developing a resolution for UT to offer pre-law as a minor.
Student Government proposes recommendation for free STI testing
February 10, 2016
Student Government proposed Assembly Resolution 19 recommending University Health Services to provide one day a semester of free testing for sexually transmitted infections, with the possibility of transitioning into an appointment based model after two years.
Researcher finds link genetics influence behavior, do not cause addiction
September 1, 2015
The interaction of specific genes can increase a person’s chances of developing alcohol addiction and other psychiatric disorders, according to a University specialist in substance abuse research.
UT Energy Week: Professor discusses emerging renewable energy technologies
February 20, 2015
Researchers are working on new ways to reduce global dependence on fossil fuels for energy, according to Benjamin K. Sovacool, director of the Danish Center for Energy Technology at Aarhus University in Herning, Denmark.
Associate professor discusses impact of Mormon settlers
February 3, 2015
Mormon settlers in the late 19th century played a significant role in the colonization of indigenous land, according to Erika Bsumek, author and history associate professor.
MCAT to contain more sections, material
January 29, 2015
Registration for the new, more rigorous MCAT opens February, and it is causing anxiety among pre-med students at the University preparing for the exam.