UT Austin Named One of the Healthiest Campuses in U.S.

Active Minds, a national nonprofit group, named UT Austin one of the healthiest campuses in the nation.
Sept. 29, 2015

The University of Texas at Austin is one of the healthiest campuses in the nation, prioritizing health and demonstrating innovation and excellence in promoting student well being. Learn how our cohesive, innovative public health approach to student physical and mental health and wellness helps keep Longhorns happy and healthy.

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The Drilling Automation Lab

The Drilling Automation Lab at UT Austin
Sept. 25, 2015

"You can be an environmentalist and join the oil and gas industry."

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Five Great UT Scholarships

Classroom Student Raising Hand
Sept. 24, 2015

Getting a college degree is a huge life step, and for many students it is also their first big financial investment. Scholarship programs can help offset some of the cost while also offering travel opportunities, networking and leadership skills.

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Inauguration of the 29th President: Gregory L. Fenves

President Gregory L. Fenves at inauguration
Sept. 17, 2015

In a ceremony filled with the presidential emblems, sweeping views of the Forty Acres and music from university and community ensembles, Gregory L. Fenves was formally inaugurated as the 29th president of The University of Texas at Austin on Sept. 17.

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CIA's Daily Briefings Shed New Light on Two Administrations

Walt Rostow and President Lyndon B. Johnson
Sept. 14, 2015

At a public event hosted by the LBJ Presidential Library, the Central Intelligence Agency released previously classified daily briefings it delivered to Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson in the 1960s.

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Old School Watch Party: Longhorns Gather to Cheer for Texas

Students gather in Gregory Gym to watch the Longhorns play Notre Dame in 1934.
Sept. 4, 2015

When the Longhorns play Notre Dame on Sept. 5, students who can’t make the trip to South Bend, Ind., will watch the game from the Forty Acres — just as they did in 1934 when the Longhorns beat Notre Dame, 7-6. See how students watched the game before televisions more than 80 years ago. 

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