Arts and Humanities

New Music Ensemble

April 19, 2018
New Music Ensemble

The New Music Ensemble is widely regarded as one of the best student ensembles of its kind in the U.S. It features solo, chamber and large ensemble works by living composers and those of the recent past.

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UT Austin Professors to Join Academy of Arts and Sciences

April 18, 2018
AAAS Logo

Two faculty members from The University of Texas at Austin will be inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the oldest learned societies for independent policy research. 

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50 Years after Losing MLK, Moral Courage Still Not Popular

April 6, 2018
MLK

Too often, people place economic or political concerns over the immorality of prejudice and bigotry.

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How the Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Affected the Arts

April 4, 2018
MLK

It was King’s untimely passing 50 years ago that gave, within the arts, a pronounced fillip. 

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The Austin Serial Bomber Was Not a “Good” Kid

March 30, 2018
Austin Bombing

 For many, a “white American terrorist” does not seem likely or in line with their belief systems.

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