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53 min ago | Examiner.com
Experts at the University of Texas at Austin have developed mutant worms that "can't get drunk" and are believed to have the potential for the development of a new form of treatment for thousands of alcoholics in the United States.
5 hrs ago | Black Voice News
By Zenitha Prince Special to the NNPA from the Afro-American Newspaper A federal appeals court recently upheld the University of Texas at Austin's race-conscious admissions policy, which had been challenged as unconstitutional in a suit brought by White applicant Abigail Fisher.
7 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
The University of Texas at Austin Department of Theatre and Dance announces the 2014-2015 Season! The five-performance Subscription Series offers an ambitious breadth of work including a landmark drama of the American Theatre canon, an inspiring musical, and a bold, new play created in collaboration with a nationally renowned theatre company.
11 hrs ago | Daily Texan
Months after announcing the off-campus residence hall would undergo a $4 million renovation for the fall semester, the Carlton Group, which owns Dobie, announced Campus Evolution Villages will now manage the off-campus residence hall in July.
Ryan Lee announces May Stevens: Fight the Power, an installation of work completed during the Civil Rights era in the United States, including a selection of drawings on exhibition for the first time from the formative Big Daddy series and a death portrait of Malcolm X. Related works by Stevens can be seen in Witness: Arts and Civil Rights in the ... (more)
In April, the White House announced an ambitious plan to combat sexual assault on college campuses.
If campuses with big football programs didn't coddle their drunken, violent athletes, then perhaps the woman who accused University of Texas athletes Kendall Sanders and Montrel Meander of rape wouldn't have undergone the experience she did.
When you think of modern art, does Texas come to mind? According to Katie Robinson Edwards, curator of Austin's Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum, it should.
Court watchers will remember that it was just recently that the Court took up the issue, in the case of Fisher v.
Losing weight is not only about physical changes, but also emotional revisions. When one-half of a couple loses a significant amount of weight, it can affect the dynamics of a relationship.
The usual pattern for the detection of plagiarism is for an adult to catch a student copying from someone else's work.
A follow-up to my post yesterday: In its ruling last week in Fisher v. University of Texas , the Fifth Circuit panel majority acknowledges that the University of Texas's use of race in its so-called "holistic review" process was far from marginal: Given the test score gaps between minority and non-minority applicants, if holistic review was not ... (more)
Since joining my current practice two years ago, I've noticed that I care for a disproportionate number of immigrants of Chinese and other Asian descent compared to my colleagues.
Barack and Michelle Obama have very busy schedules, of this there is no doubt. It's a good thing they have some help, not just from staffers, but also from family: Michelle Obama's mother, Marian Robinson.
Almost lost among the news last week about the war in the Middle East and a war of another kind in Washington between Republicans and President Obama was a bit of good news: A federal appeals court, acting on a case remanded by the Supreme Court, upheld the University of Texas' modest affirmative action program.
The University of Texas System Board of Regents has scheduled a meeting for Tuesday, when they are expected to name the sole finalist to be the system's next chancellor.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 06:19 pm
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