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Going Green: The $5 Impact

Austin may be one of the most environmentally friendly cities in the country, but UT hasn’t always lived up to the hype. UT opened its Office of Sustainability...

 
 
Students Present $100,000 to Two Nonprofits

Students Present $100,000 to Two Nonprofits

As the semester wrapped up, 31 freshmen in Dean Paul Woodruff’s freshman signature course, Ethics and the Art of Giving, were able to experience the gift of giving...

 
 

Longhorn Tennis Alumni Cheer Team to Victory Over A&M

Can’t see this slideshow? Click here. “How far do we have to run, Coach?” ‘You all are going to run until I get tired.'” Ex-Longhorn tennis...

 
 

Students Distribute 10,000 Roses for Genocide Awareness

“What’s with the rose?” The question buzzed around the Forty Acres today. Many were puzzled at first sight of the long-stemmed white roses tied with orange...

 
 

A Swim to Second

While an overall finish of second place in an NCAA championship is an amazing accomplishment, for the men’s Longhorn swimming and diving team, it’s no replacement...

 
 

36 Hours Around UT

Whether you’re hosting friends or playing tourist on your own campus, there’s plenty to see—new and old—around UT. Here is a dream itinerary. As...

 
 

UT Chemists Create Origami-Like Sensor To Detect Malaria, HIV

Chemists at UT this week reported huge news: a sensor inspired by the Chinese paper-folding art of origami might be able to test for diseases such as malaria and...

 
 
Texas 4000 Mourns Teammate, Continues to Fight

Texas 4000 Mourns Teammate, Continues to Fight

Members of Texas 4000 ran Austin's Livestrong Half Marathon in honor of Ruel Bobet. The Texas 4000 team suffered a tragic loss this past weekend, as their beloved...

 
 
Campus Celebrates Tower’s 75th Birthday

Campus Celebrates Tower’s 75th Birthday

There’s nothing like free birthday cake to cure a campus-wide case of the Mondays. A feeding frenzy of students, alumni, and faculty gathered at the UT Tower’s...

 
 
Despite Drought, Spring Flower Outlook Surprisingly Good

Despite Drought, Spring Flower Outlook Surprisingly Good

Texas’ record-setting drought hasn’t killed everything. Well-timed fall and winter rains should bring a beautiful wildflower season, experts at UT’s...

 
 
 
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