Claire Clements, a journalism first-year student, comes from Coppell, Texas. She loves reading, visiting coffee shops, and advocating for disability rights. Host Austin Martinez talks with Claire about transitioning to college life and her unique responsibility as a storyteller.
At just 8 years old, Gerardo Ruiz-Tenorio carried the traumatic weight of his mother being deported. Now during a world pandemic, Ruiz-Tenorio worries about the health and economic crisis on his undocumented family.
Fall classes at UT-Austin will be held on campus as planned, but will end at the start of Thanksgiving.
The class of 2020 will experience UT’s first virtual universitywide commencement ceremony after COVID-19 postponed their in-person graduation.
John Krasinski and Steven Spielberg surprise a theatre arts senior from UT-Austin to celebrate his graduation.
Students from UT, Harvard and Stanford are fundraising to provide health care workers with personal protective equipment.
Listen to the stories of women who have rocked the world with their impacts in the STEM field.
Essential workers can look to
these organizations for free or
discounted services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A virtual meeting on Zoom with Black male students and faculty was highjacked by unidentified individuals using racial slurs and derogatory aliases.
Gov. Greg Abbott ordered closings of Texas schools and dine-in services at restaurants and bars due to COVID-19 concerns. Texas has declared its first public health disaster for the state since 1901.