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From Mexico to the West Bank

Ale Flores had never been overseas, so naturally, she chose to study abroad in the West Bank. When authorities know you’re not just sightseeing in the West Bank,...

 
 

Journalism Students Report From Rio

Covering the first swimming events at the 2016 Rio Olympics is an experience UT student Akshay Mirchandani will never forget. He had been sent on assignment by...

 
 

UT Historian Daina Ramey Berry on ‘Roots’

Photo provided by A&E Networks. UT historian Daina Ramey Berry, an expert on 19th century American slave culture, recently served as a historical consultant...

 
 

UT’s First Living Wall is Built to Endure the Texas Summer

Standing 10-by-25 feet tall, the white honeycomb structure sits at the northwest corner of Goldsmith Hall, facing Guadalupe Street. Covered with native plants...

 
 

Meet the Two Distinguished Professors Coming to UT on Gov. Abbott’s New Grant

Ten distinguished researchers are coming to Texas universities as a result of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s new Governor’s University Research Initiative (GURI)...

 
 

Longhorns Look to Make History at 2016 Rio Olympics

More than 10,000 athletes will represent their respective counties at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, set to begin on Aug. 5. And 18 of the esteemed student-athletes...

 
 

The Power of Stories in Helping Disadvantaged Students Stay in College

David Yeager. Photo via Charlie Pearce / The Daily Texan. Research shows that 30 percent of college students drop out after their first year, and half never graduate....

 
 

UT Poll Shows How Energy Issues May Affect the Election

This November, two candidates will go head-to-head in hopes of becoming the next president of the United States. While energy policy has not been at the forefront...

 
 
 
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