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Every night 5-10 p.m. for the remainder of the year, burnt orange and white lights will adorn the 24 oak trees on Guadalupe between 21st and 24th streets for all to enjoy. The post UT Austin Rings in the Holidays with New ‘Longhorn Lights’ Tradition appeared first on UT News.
AUSTIN, Texas — Robert L. Moody, a nationally recognized businessman, philanthropist and longtime supporter of The University of Texas at Austin, has died. He was 88. Moody, known by many as “Bobby,” left a significant mark on the UT campus. In 2013, the Moody Foundation, for which he served as chairman of the Board of […] The post UT Mourns Philanthropist and Major Benefactor Robert L. Moody appeared first on UT News.
The University of Texas at Austin and University Federal Credit Union (UFCU) have announced a new, first-of-its-kind partnership aimed at providing increased value and affordability for University faculty and staff. As announced by President Jay Hartzell in his recent State of the University address, UT and UFCU have come together in a new way to […] The post UT Austin, UFCU Announce First-of-its-Kind Partnership Focusing on Value and Affordability appeared first on UT News.
AUSTIN, Texas — The University of Texas at Austin is mourning the death of former vice president for student affairs and legendary mathematics professor emeritus Jim Vick, who was known as a champion of student life and for his relationship-building across campus. He was 81. Vick is beloved by generations of students, faculty members and […] The post UT Celebrates the Life of Former Vice President for Student Affairs and Professor Jim Vick appeared first on UT News.