Topic: ROTC

History cracked open

Nov. 18, 2011
History cracked open

A 54-year-old ROTC time capsule -- found by a construction crew during the Steindam Hall demolition -- reveals a trove of rare University of Texas at Austin ROTC history.

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ROTC time capsule's contents revealed

Nov. 17, 2011
ROTC time capsule's contents revealed

In this slideshow, the contents of a 54-year-old time capsule found during Steindam Hall's demolition are exposed.

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Student achievement shines in 2010-11

May 16, 2011
Student achievement shines in 2010-11

The university is proud of its talented students. Read this roundup of the many occasions the iconic Tower was lighted orange for academic achievement.

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Mulvas Give $15 Million for Liberal Arts Building, ROTC

Sept. 23, 2010

ConocoPhillips Chairman and CEO James Mulva and his wife Miriam have given a $15 million gift to The University of Texas at Austin to construct a new Liberal Arts building, which will include a floor for the university's ROTC programs.

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ROTC Bids Farewell to Longtime Home

Aug. 25, 2010

Event: Military and university officials will formally decommission Russell A. Steindam Hall (RAS) as a Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) facility. University President William Powers Jr. and U.S. Army Lt. Gen. (Ret) Lawson W.

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