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Donna De Cesare has covered Central American gangs like a war correspondent. Her new book reveals the effects of the violence on youths. Watch a video and see a slideshow.
“Front Row Seat” offers an extraordinary collection of images of the 43rd president by former Chief White House Photographer Eric Draper. See a slideshow.
Through study abroad programs and a diverse population of international students and scholars, Longhorns are everywhere. Learn how UT is leading the way.
A recent discovery in Maya ruins of Guatemala, deciphered by UT art historian David Stuart, yields only the second reference to 2012. But what does it mean?
For more than 50 years Karl Butzer, a renowned environmental archaeologist at The University of Texas at Austin, has trekked across continents, sifted through countless excavations and pored over collections in some of the world’s greatest libraries and museums in a quest to better understand humanity’s age-old relationship to the natural environment. He has seen …
Explore the Briscoe Center’s R.C. Hickman and Calvin Littlejohn photo collections that chronicle Texas’ dynamic African American communities.
Bestselling novelist and Vanity Fair writer Dominick Dunne donated his personal and professional documents to the Briscoe Center’s journalism history archives at the university.
Sixteen students spent four weeks in China navigating the ins and outs of international reporting. View a selection of photographs taken during their time studying abroad.
Architecture students design a new green complex to bring education, clean water and sustainable food sources to the Maasai people of East Africa that reflects their unique cultural identity.
Geologist Peter Flaig went to Antarctica in search of fossils. Surrounded by snow and ice, he and his colleagues discovered signs of a much warmer time.
The Reflections on 9/11 Quilt Collection at the Briscoe Center for American History features artistic messages of hope, sympathy, love and peace.
There are a number of ways to make your mark on the university. Biology major Shannon Allport is a champion of diversity on campus.
A trip to Antarctica yielded a unique opportunity for geologist Peter Flaig — a chance to see a structure built 100 years ago by British explorers.
Our planet is vulnerable. Urbanization, population growth, natural and man-made disasters contribute to our frailty. Part of the solution to healing our planet is through sustainable building practices suited to the place, says Dean Fritz Steiner, in his new book “Design for a Vulnerable Planet.”