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White House Executive Pastry Chef Bill Yosses rolled up his sleeves recently to garden and cook with eager UT Elementary School students.
There are a number of ways to make your mark on the university. Biology major Shannon Allport is a champion of diversity on campus.
Told by the Board of Regents to transfer to Texas A&M if they wanted to rodeo, a group of ’50s-era students built their own arena, a thrilling team and a swinging country-western scene instead.
Explorers of all ages are invited to “The Biggest Open House in Texas” on Saturday, March 5 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
In 1957, Barbara Smith Conrad, who was part of the first racially integrated undergraduate class at The University of Texas at Austin, became the central figure in a civil rights storm that changed her life forever.
Get to know the players, coach and highlights from the historic 1985-86 Texas women’s basketball season that led to the national championship win.
The 17th Annual MLK March and Festival is on Monday, Jan. 17 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and begins on The University of Texas at Austin campus.
Long-time University of Texas Police Department officer George Glaeser has been giving toys to dozens of children for almost 18 years.
Get in the spirit with this audio slideshow from the traditional holiday sing-along, Songs of the Season, held on Dec. 3.
During finals week, students blow off steam in fits of both visual and rhetorical creativity on the whiteboards throughout Perry-Castañeda Library.
Each fall new students at The University of Texas at Austin are welcomed in grand style during the traditional Gone to Texas celebration on the university’s Main Mall.
When then-Harvard University Professor John Huehnergard and his wife and colleague Jo Ann Hackett first visited The University of Texas at Austin last spring, they couldn’t help but notice the ancient Phoenician and Hebrew letters that adorn the Tower.
This summer, dozens of alumni who participate in the English Department’s Shakespeare at Winedale program took the stage to commemorate the program’s 40th anniversary.
On Aug. 9, President Barack Obama walked into a crowded Gregory Gym showing his “Hook ‘em, Horns” hand sign. He discussed higher education and the need to become more globally competitive. View a photo slideshow of the president’s speech.