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The Biggest Open House in Texas: Coming from every corner of the state, Texans embark on new adventures at Explore UT


President William Powers Jr. welcomes an appreciative audience to campus.
Photo: Christina Murrey

Adventurers of all ages had the opportunity to choose from more than 300 programs offered during the Explore UT event.
Photo: Shaun Stewart

The UT Law School held a mock trial based on the storybook tale of Goldilocks, but with a twist: Gold E. Locks is the defendant. Judge Ed Prado, Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, presided. Children selected prior to the trial served as the jurors.
Photo: Sasha Haagensen

Katharine Serrano, 11 years old, from Austin, has a caricature of herself made by artist Lisa Schneider of Austin at the Ransom Center, whose collection includes the works of hundreds of famous caricaturists.
Photo: Christina Murrey

Members of Shakespeare at Winedale Rotimi Agbabiaka, an economics and plan II senior (left) and Mark Mulligan, a senior in journalism and English, perform a scene from "The Taming of the Shrew."
Photo: Christina Murrey

Explore UT participants donned 3-D goggles to view geological formations, including the Texas coast being smashed by a hurricane and sand dunes as they were created and then destroyed by nature.
Photo: Mark Mulligan

Nritya Sangam, a popular Indian dance troupe at UT, performs on the South Mall classical and contemporary Bharatanatyam, the most widely practiced of Indian classical dance forms in South India.
Photo: Christina Murrey

With the Texas Capitol and the Austin skyline in the background, visitors to Explore UT participated in a 'Living Insignia' photograph in the shape of Bevo, UT's mascot.
Photo: Marsha Miller

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Explore UT 2006

Explore UT 2006

President William Powers Jr. welcomes young people to Explore UT Young adventurer watches an Explore UT program Law School's mock trial based on storybook tale of Goldilocks Explore UT participant has a caricature of herself made
Members of Members of Shakespeare at Winedale perform Explore UT participants don 3-D goggles to view geological formations Nritya Sangam, a popular Indian dance troupe at UT, performs on South Mall Explore UT visitors participate in living insignia photograph in shape of Bevo
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