Bright Green Futures grant recipients have been announced, and we are so excited and encouraged by these youth-led sustainability projects to come!
Learn more about Elena Barrera-Waters, a LASA student who is making a real difference in her community and amongst her peers.
It's time to nominate a special woman who is making a big impact for both Austin and other communities to be recognized by the city's Commission for Women.
Scientists at The University of Texas Austin have engineered an enzyme that safely treats prostate and breast cancer in animals.
The Liberal Arts and Sciences Academy (LASA) in northeast Austin was just named Niche.com’s #1 public high school in Texas.
The president of Texas State University has rebuked the author of racist, anti-immigrant flyers around campus.
This weekend marks another chance for Central Texas families and paleontology fans to take a big step back in time at Austin Paleo’s annual Fossil Fest in Round Rock.
The University of Texas Longhorns may currently have a 3-4 record, but a much lesser known branch of UT Athletics had a big win recently.
Since at least Sept 15, schools across the U.S. have been learning why coulrophobia — the abnormal or extreme fear of clowns — is...
The University of Texas is going in big this weekend, hosting a range of African American superstars for a very special event.
On September 14, Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” aired a segment featuring Roy Wood Jr. as he visited UT to uncover the ongoing drama between...
A lost animal in Austin is one thing that just can’t stand. We have a strong history of banding together to make sure that companions and family members make it back home safe.
It’s easy to brag on University of Texas students and professors, and now another UT affiliate is making news for something literally out of this world.
Austin, meet UT graduate Jessica Jin. Jin is a certified violin instructor, a multi-disciplined athlete, and an accidental community organizer who is going balls-deep to stick it to the man.
Texas has a fair share of athletes at the Olympics, but Austin's share are special to us. In all, 25 current and former Longhorns are doing us proud!
The fans have spoken, and My All American is the movie to watch on Netflix right now, even if you’re not an Austinite or a football fan.
Everyone in Austin seems to be in love with their books. What's with that? Well, science asked that very question, and now we have an answer!
Pokémon Go madness is taking over our city more and more every day, and now we know who to blame.
As the theatrical version of American politics continues to chew into our daily lives, three filmmakers from the University of Texas Moody College of Communication have created a series of nine films about partisan politics in America.
Poker may not still hold the mainstream popularity that it once did, but there is still a significant group of people who participate in this hobby/sport.
Who needs fireworks when a swift knock in the face will have you seeing stars?
Sorry John Cena fans, it looks like an Austin elementary school will not bear the name of the leader of the Cenation. Nor will it be called Schooly McSchoolerson.
The next generation of Austin musicians are pushing their way into the spotlight, thanks to a great local nonprofit organization and some high profile mentors.