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The Ransom Center’s newly acquired Ed Ruscha archive reveals the creative process of one of the most influential artists working today. See his sketches, snapshots and journals.
While you’re wandering through campus, take a moment to notice the public art from the Landmarks collection. See a slideshow.
From Pablo Picasso to Marilyn Monroe, Arnold Newman captured them all. Works by the iconic portrait photographer are part of a show this spring at the Ransom Center. See a slideshow.
It’s time for Explore UT 2013! Come on down to the Forty Acres and dive into a learning adventure. Check out the schedule of activities and join us March 2.
The architect of three national championships and beloved member of the Longhorn Nation died Nov. 7 in Austin. Share your memories of the coach.
About 8,000 students graduated at the 129th spring commencement. View photo highlights from the ceremony with the fireworks as the grand finale.
In this “Texas Book Two” photo slideshow and essay, experience some of the people and events that have shaped the university’s history and culture.
At the University of Texas Elementary School, students get a taste of organic gardening and learn how to make lifelong healthy eating habits a part of their lives.
The Briscoe Center holds the Flip Schulke Photographic Archive, which contains the largest known single archive of Martin Luther King Jr. images.
View photos of this season’s football highlights in anticipation of Dec. 28 when the Longhorns take on the California Golden Bears in San Diego.
In fits of creativity, students studying at the Perry-Castañeda Library vent (and motivate) by drawing on the whiteboards throughout the library.
Battle Hall, a building that was part of the original Forty Acres, turns 100 this year. Take a look at a slide show of images from the building’s early years.
In five weeks, teams of students from the School of Architecture designed and built four unique projects for East Austin residents.