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Michael Shaw promotes student awareness, optimism while directing traffic

Michael Shaw promotes student awareness, optimism while directing traffic

At the intersection of 24th Street and Whitis Avenue, not even the melodious chimes of the Tower bells, the honks of passing vehicles or the chatter of rushing students can drown out Michael Shaw’s booming voice. Shaw, UT Empowerment Program Ambassador and Parking Enforcement Assistant, adds to his daily traffic regulation routine through high-fives, words […]

Two UT students help file legislation to add polling locations to college campuses across Texas

Two UT students help file legislation to add polling locations to college campuses across Texas

The University of Texas students Maya Patel and Zach Price are taking a hands-on approach this legislative session to increase the number of polling locations on college campuses in Texas. Patel and Price wrote House Bill 375, which would require universities with more than 10,000 students to have a polling location on campus. House Rep. Gina […]

Student rewarded with pizza after saving seven bikes

Student rewarded with pizza after saving seven bikes

UT Police Department officers not only protect and serve the campus community — they also help feed it. UTPD rewarded undeclared sophomore Whitney Jameson with a cheese pizza Sunday evening after she reported a theft that resulted in the recovery of seven stolen bikes on campus. Jameson, a security coordinator at Kinsolving Residence Hall, said […]

Student created group chat helps find free food on campus

Student created group chat helps find free food on campus

A student group chat focused on finding free food on college campuses has grown into a community that spans across multiple universities. Finesse UT is a group chat on GroupMe where students can post opportunities for free food they find around campus. It is one of many free food group chats created by Jack Klachian, […]

UT architecture team wins national affordable housing competition

UT architecture team wins national affordable housing competition

A team from the School of Architecture and Red McCombs School of Business won a national competition hosted by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in April. Team members Sarah Simpson, Megan Recher, Brianna Garner-Frey, Tatum Lau and Brett Clark won the Innovation in Affordable Housing Student Design and Planning Competition, which concluded […]