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The Poet Goes About Her Business
Linda Gregg reads tonight at UT
DAILY Books  April 11, 2013, by Monica Riese
"...Tonight, the Michener Center for Writers at the University of Texas at Austin hosts this semester's visiting professor, Linda Gregg for a reading on campus...."

In Person
Gregg Cantrell and the Sons of the Republic of Texas
Books Story  October 29, 1999, by Clay Smith
"...Several years ago, he was asked to serve on a committee of people orchestrating the bicentennial celebration of Sam Houston's birth. In the course of fulfilling that duty, he discovered that no less than four biographies of the fabled first president of the Republic of Texas were in the works..."

Irish Eyes of Texas
Books Column  May 16, 1997, by Lee Nichols
"...He will be at Book People on Friday, May 16 at 7pm, to discuss his book and how to protest property taxes. Texas Writers Month..."

Notes on "Notes on Sugar"
The story behind Neon Queen Collective's first art exhibition
DAILY Arts  February 1, 2018, by Melany Jean
"...Fast forward a few years to last spring, when Townsend and fellow University of Texas art history doctoral students Jessi DiTillio and Kaila Schedeen decided to create the curatorial group Neon Queen Collective, and they were ready. They reached out as a team to put a show together...."

Longhorns' Million Dollar Bash
Texas beats New Mexico 45-zilch
DAILY Sports  September 9, 2012, by Michael Corcoran
"...Saturday’s 45-0 victory over the New Mexico Lobos, a team that has won four games in four years, concludes the Mountain West Conference portion of the Longhorns schedule. Texas paid a million dollars to the university of the state best known as where “Breaking Bad” takes place, just so the Horns could keep mountin’ W’s..."

Huffman Heads Out!
Assistant City Manager Laura Huffman leaves to head Nature Conservancy of Texas
DAILY News  May 1, 2008, by Wells Dunbar
"...Big news landing in our inbox: Assistant city manager, loyal lieutenant to former CM Toby Futrell, and Kirk Watson's running buddy Laura Huffman is leaving the city to become director of The Nature Conservancy of Texas. Hers is the second high-profile departure from the city in nearly as many weeks, with chief of staff and fellow member of the Tobyocracy, Kristen Vassallo, recently announcing her resignation...."

Earl Campbell Signs 'The Tyler Rose' Friday at BookPeople
DAILY Sports  January 31, 2007, by Mark Fagan
"...The location for this signing is the BookPeople inside the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport terminal. Campbell's career numbers and achievements are astounding. At the University of Texas he amassed 4,443 rushing yards, was an All American in 1975 and 1977 and won the Heisman Trophy in 1977..."

'Undergrads: South' Debuts at Digital Domain
James Franco web series to chronicle life on UT campus
DAILY Screens  March 10, 2012, by Kimberley Jones
"...Actor/scholar/novelist/documentarian/performance artist/awards show host James Franco is famous for having his finger in a lot of pies. Now the new media maven is fixing his attentions on the University of Texas...."

Sundance Announces Competition Slate
Austinite Jeff Nichols will compete in Park City
DAILY Screens  December 1, 2010, by Kimberley Jones
"...This morning, the venerated indie fest announced the 32 features selected for U.S. Narrative and Documentary Competition – with a couple of Texas names in the batch...."

Unconventional Conventions
Two smaller political parties gather this weekend
DAILY News  June 8, 2012, by Monica Riese
"...The Green Party of Texas and the Libertarian Party of Texas will hold their state conventions this weekend in San Antonio and Fort Worth, respectively...."

SXSW Film Review: 'Thank You a Lot'
Matt Muir's debut puts Austin's club scene in the spotlight
DAILY SXSW  March 8, 2014, by Monica Riese
"...There have been too many plenty of films about the world-famous live music scene deep in the heart of Texas. Documentaries and narratives alike have spent countless hours trying to strike a chord with viewers and convey the spirit – the steadily beating heart – of Austin's artists and venues...."

A Poet's Paper Trail
Billy Collins' archives acquired in advance of Austin appearance
DAILY Books  January 21, 2014, by Amy Smith
"...Billy Collins is one of a few American poets who can easily fill a few hundred seats for a reading of his work. He’ll do just that when he appears at the Paramount Theatre on Thursday, fresh off the heels of this week's major announcement that the University of Texas' Harry Ransom Center has acquired the popular poet’s archive...."

Live Nation Acquires ScoreMore
Austin promoters sell controlling interest to concert industry titan
DAILY Music  May 30, 2018, by Kevin Curtin
"...ScoreMore Shows, the Austin-based concert promotion company that throws many of Texas’ marquee hip-hop events — including the hugely popular three-city JMBLYA festival — has sold a majority stake of their company to industry giants Live Nation...."

Next Stop for HB 2 – The Supreme Court?
Legal experts eye Texas law as the most likely abortion case to make it to the high court
News Story  June 25, 2015, by Mary Tuma
"...Earlier this month, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals dealt a devastating blow to already beleaguered Texas abortion providers. In a heavily anticipated ruling on Whole Women's Health v..."

The Longhorns Do the Unthinkable
Will 36-20 victory over OU silence Mack Brown critics?
DAILY Sports  October 12, 2013, by Russ Espinoza
"...Of Mack Brown’s 154 wins as head coach at The University of Texas, few can eclipse the sweetness of this afternoon’s unfathomable 36-20 Longhorns’ victory over archrival Oklahoma. Texas was a 14-point underdog at kickoff Saturday morning against the No..."

Dwight Yoakam: A Thousand Miles From Nowhere
No scandal here
Music Story  June 15, 2012, by Abby Johnston
"...Dwight Yoakam: A Thousand Miles From Nowhereby Don McLeese University of Texas Press, 221 pp., $19.95 (paper)..."

UCLA Villains Loom in Latest Longhorn Page-Turner
Every chapter a cliffhanger
DAILY Sports  September 15, 2011, by Joe O'Connell
"...You've heard that sort of bold announcement repeated about the often-baffling University of Texas football team. It began two years ago when they improbably made it to the championship game only to see Colt McCoy's arm turn into a withered kite string...."

'Possession Arrow': Badgley->Razook
DAILY Sports  March 28, 2007, by John Razook
"...Faster than a University of Texas exit from the Big Dance, the 2006-2007 NCAA men's basketball season is drawing to a rapid close. This upcoming weekend will cap off another wonderful season and conclude the greatest of all sporting events – the NCAA Tournament..."

Written in Stone
History of racism lives on in UT monuments
News Story  May 28, 2015, by Mac McCann
"...This spring, the University of Texas at Austin made national headlines for a racist frat party, and then again for the unlikely success of newly elected, satirical student government President Xavier Rotnofsky and Vice President Rohit Mandalapu. Now, some UT students – the new student government included – are generating attention once more by advocating for the removal of the statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis, one of several Confederate monuments that stand tall on the campus..."

Goodbye to All That
Revisiting Kyle Henry's University Inc. and a film community's cri de coeur
Screens Story  November 20, 2009, by Kimberley Jones
"..."Fuck football, free film!" In Texas, at least, that slogan sure sounds like sacrilege, but in the late Nineties it was gospel for film fans in Austin – for anyone, really, who believed that a university should tend to its students, not just its big-ticket donors, and tend to all its students, not just the ones who fill the bleachers on game day...."

Club Endorsements
Who's backing whom in the March primary?
DAILY News  February 15, 2018
"...Mike Siegel ENDORSEMENTS: Texas AFL-CIO, Our Revolution Texas, West Austin Democrats, Texas Students United, Stonewall Democrats of Austin, Austin Central Labor Council, AFSCME Local 1624, Liberal Austin Democrats, UNITE HERE Local 23, Austin Environmental Democrats, Left Up to US, Area 5 Democrats, Austin Young Democrats..."

Only Natural
The Texas Memorial Museum decides to focus on its natural history roots.
News Story  February 21, 2003
"...The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, planted dramatically at the north end of the Capitol, was built for people comfortable with the noisy bustle of a shopping mall, people who like their history served up supersized, consumers who pay top dollar expecting -- and getting -- spectacle in return. From its gigantic welcoming Lone Star to its vertigo-inducing IMAX theatre, it delivers history as theme park: a giant display case built to dazzle the crowds of out-of-town tourists...."

Cowboys and Controversy
Kyle Henry and the Texas Documentary Tour
Screens Story  May 8, 1998, by Marc Savlov
"...photograph by Todd V. Wolfson Austin filmmaker Kyle Henry's hour-long documentary American Cowboy - which screens next Wednesday at the Alamo Drafthouse as part of the ongoing Texas Documentary Tour - takes a look into the world of gay rodeo competitions, and in particular the trials of rider Gene Mikulenka, a Houston-based, semi-closeted rodeo star with more on his mind than just busting broncs..."

The Last Picture Show
Untimely Death of the Texas Union Film Program
News Story  January 23, 1998, by Walter Cole
"...photograph by Jana Birchum The obituaries offered no mention of it as a notable death. But as the semester wrapped up, a University of Texas institution passed away..."

Point Austin: Perry's Peacock
Wallace Hall's abuse of power serves his governor
News Column  April 18, 2014, by Michael King
"..."I guess you could say I never felt that he hugged me back." – UT System Regent Wallace Hall to Texas Monthly, concerning his early interactions with UT-Austin President Bill Powers, April 15, 2013..."

Kearney Sues UT
Former track coach claims race, sex discrimination
DAILY News  November 15, 2013, by Amy Smith
"...Former University of Texas women’s track coach Beverly Kearney filed a $1 million lawsuit Thursday against UT, claiming that her forced ouster earlier this year was rooted in racial and gender discrimination...."

Range War at the Dobie Ranch
A bulldozer's intrusion onto 'enchanted' property uncovers the struggles of UT's historic retreat for writers
News Story  June 21, 2013, by Amy Gentry
"...Look a little closer, and you can see jagged stumps of cedar and scrub oak jutting up through the wildflowers, some forming clusters almost four feet in diameter. Alongside the clearing, iron fencing has replaced several hundred feet of the gnarled cedar and barbed wire that borders the historic, University of Texas-owned Dobie Paisano Ranch, home to a prestigious fellowship program for Texas writers..."

The Facts Were Immaterial
The 'counterintelligence' operations of Hoover's FBI included harassment, vilification, violence – and fake 'underground' newspapers in Bloomington, D.C., and Austin
News Story  June 7, 2013, by Dale Brumfield
"...That provocative "1-page throwaway" was intended to become The Longhorn Tale, a phony underground newspaper to be produced by the FBI, with the purpose of neutralizing anti-war and anti-draft sentiment on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin at the height of Sixties campus unrest. It wasn't the first such effort: The FBI had also produced four editions of a fake campus newspaper at Indiana University Bloomington in September and October of 1968, called Armageddon News, and then in December of 1969 produced and distributed a third and final fake newspaper – called the Rational Observer – at Washing­ton D.C.'s American University...."

UT Axing Cactus Cafe, Informal Classes
Union board "phasing out" two campus institutions in August
DAILY News  January 31, 2010, by Richard Whittaker
"...The legendary Cactus Cafe is in its 30th anniversary year. The University of Texas has been offering its Informal Classes since 1971..."

Your City Manager Semifinalists (Updated)
DAILY News  January 3, 2008, by Wells Dunbar
"...Mayor and City Council Select Semi-Finalists for City Manager AUSTIN, Texas (January 03, 2008) - Mayor Will Wynn announced today that he and City Council are entering into the interview phase of the national search for Austin's next City Manager. Candidate information was presented to the Mayor and City Council by Arcus Public, the search firm hired by the city, in the form of a binder presentation January 3rd, which outlined each individual's qualifications, experience in like cities with similar trends, reasons for seeking the City Manager position, and strategies for managing growth. "We were very impressed with the scale and scope of Arcus' work and the candidates they formally presented to us," said Mayor Wynn..."

Making the Scene
Looking back at the time when Austin was at the center of the Texas art world
Arts Story  August 24, 2007, by Amanda Douberley
"..."Austin Art Seen, Circa 1961," the exhibition currently showing at Austin Museum of Art-Laguna Gloria, describes a scene above all else. Despite its year-specific title, the show includes prints, drawings, paintings, and sculpture made by 17 artists from the 1940s through the 1960s, a time when Austin was at the center of the Texas art world..."

After Intimidation, Pro-Palestine Students File Civil Rights Complaint
PSC students have filed a formal complaint with the university
News Story  November 19, 2015, by Dina Samir Shehata
"..."It is the scariest thing for a Muslim to be labeled as a terrorist, especially in the anti-Muslim climate of Texas," said Nabulsi...."

UT, OU Take Different Approaches to Racist Speech
OU takes swift action, while UT declines to punish students, citing freedom of speech
News Story  March 19, 2015, by Mac McCann
"...On Feb. 7, University of Texas frat Phi Gamma Delta, more commonly known as Fiji house, hosted a theme party where guests wore ponchos, sombreros, construction outfits, and border patrol costumes – despite the official theme of the party being, according to Texas Fiji president Andrew Camp­bell, "a Western or Old West theme."..."

Frat Party Fallout
UT students are disappointed by admin's failure to nip racist parties in the bud
News Story  February 19, 2015, by Mac McCann
"...The Phi Gamma Delta (aka "Fiji") fraternity brought an onslaught of unwanted attention to the University of Texas on Feb. 7, when they held a theme party with attendees in ponchos, sombreros, construction outfits, and border patrol costumes..."

From 'Abstinence-Only' to Plan Z
Reproductive health care for young Texas women is limited, costly ... or nonexistent
News Story  October 11, 2013, by Jordan Smith
"...The family couldn't afford private health insurance, but the kids were covered by the Medicaid Children's Health Insurance Program. When Vo turned 18, she aged out of CHIP but, by then a young student at the University of Texas, was able to transition smoothly into what was then the Women's Health Program: a federally backed health program for women of child-bearing age who would not otherwise be eligible for subsidized health care unless pregnant...."

Big Slutty Bears and Old Familiar Faces
S.E. Smith (I Live in a Hut) featured in Coldfront interview
DAILY Books  March 18, 2013, by Monica Riese
"...After earning a bachelor's degree from Carnegie Mellon University and a master's of fine arts in poetry from the University of Texas' own Michener Center for Writers, Smith spent a little while on our copyediting panel before moseying northward to pursue an MFA in fiction from the prestigious Iowa Writers' Workshop. Her first book, I Live in a Hut won the Cleveland State University Poetry Center First Book Prize, and includes such fantastical characters as a big slutty bear and the pony of darkness...."

Borges' Lone Star Link
A New York essayist excavates Borges' ties to Texas
DAILY Books  July 5, 2011, by Kimberley Jones
"...“Deep inside the stacks at the University of Texas’s Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center lies a single box containing unpublished letters and handwritten essays by the Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges.” So begins writer Eric Benson’s essay about excavating Borges’ ties to Texas...."

TV Eye
Squeezing our state onto the small screen in ways old and new
Screens Column  May 16, 2008, by Belinda Acosta
"...From the serious to the frivolous and points in between, Texas comes to the small screen in some old and new ways this summer, and in one case in particular, invites you to abandon your place on the couch and walk down one of TV's many memory lanes. Look what's coming up:..."

Talking Art at the Top
The executive directors of the city's museums shed light on the local visual arts scene
Arts Story  July 2, 2004, by Sam Martin
"...Established galleries have welcomed a growing crowd of collectors. Arthouse has managed to become debt-free, while Mexic-Arte Museum is enjoying its new official status as the Mexican and Mexican American Fine Art Museum of Texas..."

Is This UTopia?
A Long-Overdue University Master Plan is Unveiled
News Story  September 22, 1995
" Mike Clark-Madison The war room for the University of Texas' campus master-planners is on the top floor of the Peter T. Flawn Academic Center, also known as the Undergraduate Library, or UGL, to which at least two generations of students have added the inevitable "Y," and not without cause..."

Limbaugh Rant Puts UT MasculinUT Program in Limbo
University program halted until after summer
News Story  May 24, 2018, by Mary Tuma
"...Taking aim at the University of Texas' still-nascent MasculinUT program, right-wing radio man Rush Limbaugh wondered in a late April blog post about "the odds that a bunch of women are running this." He slammed the program, geared in part toward expanding rigid and patriarchal definitions of masculinity, as well as UT for supposedly treating masculinity "as a mental health challenge, that too many men are simply crumbling under the pressure to be a man."..."

For Whom the Bells Toll
Lege enacts campus carry on the 50th anniversary of the UT Tower shooting
News Story  August 4, 2016, by Annamarya Scaccia
"...The University of Texas at Austin tower carillon tolled at 11:40am...."

The 2014-15 Austin Critics Table Awards
Top honors to Salvage Vanguard's Thr3e Zisters, LOLA Austin's Femme Bohème, and Texas State's Kiss Me, Kate
Arts Story  June 4, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...That irreverent riff on Chekhov earned the most love in the Table's 23rd presentation of honors for notable artistic achievements, but close behind were LOLA Austin's La Femme Bohème and Texas State University Department of Theatre and Dance's Kiss Me, Kate with three awards each. Nine projects took home two prizes each: Ballet Austin's Belle Redux; Zach Theatre's Cenicienta; Half & Half Productions' Chicago; Hyde Park Theatre's The Christians; Theatre en Bloc's Cock; Physical Plant Theater's Everything Is Established; the Austin Classical Guitar/Conspirare/Texas Performing Arts collaboration How Little You Are; Performa/Dance's Ignite: Three Works; and Trouble Puppet Theatre's The Wars of Heaven, Part I..."

UT Distances from Regnerus
Michigan marriage equality testimony at issue
DAILY News  March 4, 2014, by Brandon Watson
"...Since the publication of his widely criticized "New Family Structures Study," the University of Texas sociologist has had quite a run chatting about homosexuals. In September 2013, he popped up at a United Nations "side event" run by the Alliance Defending Freedom – a legal flank of the anti-equality movement tasked with the international defense of laws that punish LGBT advocacy and criminalize gay sex..."

From 'Abstinence-Only' to Plan Z
Reproductive health care for young Texas women is limited, costly ... or nonexistent
News Story  October 4, 2013, by Jordan Smith
"...The family couldn't afford private health insurance, but the kids were covered by the Medicaid Children's Health Insurance Program. When Vo turned 18, she aged out of CHIP but, by then a young student at the University of Texas, was able to transition smoothly into what was then the Women's Health Program: a federally backed health program for women of child-bearing age who would not otherwise be eligible for subsidized health care unless pregnant...."

News From Around the World and Down the Street
The Daily Texan makes us all proud.
DAILY News  March 27, 2012, by Cindy Widner
"...The cartoon – which, as Chronicle News Editor Michael King points out, doesn't even have Martin's first name spelled correctly – appeared on the University of Texas student paper's website earlier today. It has now been removed, but not before it was picked up by pretty much every news outlet everywhere – and won Gawker's coveted "'Most Racist Trayvon Martin Cartoon' Contest."..."

Classical Revival at the Blanton
The Art of the Deal
News Story  August 25, 2000, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...So what's all this about the University of Texas being a slow, confused bureaucracy? When UT sets its mind to a task, and applies the proper power and grease, things happen. And so it is with "Blanton: The Sequel." A mere three days after presentations by six architects competing to design a new world-class art museum, the University's blue-ribbon committee on August 21 announced its two finalists: Princeton powerhouse Michael Graves, one of the world's most visible design stars, and Harvard eminence Michael McKinnell (of the Boston firm of Kallmann, McKinnell and Wood), an architect's architect specializing in big-deal public buildings dripping with class...."

Domestic Bliss
As gays and lesbians gain acceptance in society, more and more companies are offering health care benefits to their employees' domestic partners.
News Story  August 4, 2000, by Jonathan David Carroll
"...Burkart relocated from Montreal to Austin to be with Riddle. But not long after he had moved back to Texas, he found himself involved in a highly political and heated debate when he tried to get David medical care coverage through his job at the University of Texas. "I moved to Austin for love, but I had to aggressively defend it," says Burkart, who now works as a consultant and is a doctoral candidate in UT's Radio Television and Film department..."

UT Policy Change Coincides With Professor’s Sudden Death
University more likely to punish employees who commit criminal acts off campus
News Story  April 12, 2018, by Mary Tuma
"...Last Thursday, shortly following a new University of Texas policy change instigated in part by his actions, UT College of Pharmacy professor Richard Morrisett was found dead in his South Austin home. The cause of death has yet to be determined by the Travis County Medical Examiner, but no evidence of foul play is suspected, says Captain Jonathan Ede, a spokesperson for the Travis County Sheriff's Office, and a toxicology report could take weeks..."

Starving the Beast
Doc exposes big money on campus
Film Review  September 16, 2016, by Marc Savlov
"...Given the complexity of the issues Mims covers – generally Republican gambits to shift the funding of universities from the state to the student chief among them – he’s wisely chosen to break up the film into explanatory chapters of varying length. As a University of Texas RTF lecturer, Starving the Beast naturally covers a fair amount of local skirmishes, but the fact of the matter as laid out here is that America’s public research universities – UT, University of Virginia, University of Wisconsin, University of North Carolina, among others – are being savaged by small-government politicians eager to slash their state’s education budgets, crush unions and collective bargaining, and generally work against the Jeffersonian ideal of higher learning..."

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