The project has a long way to go - but already there are concerns over who could live at the affordable housing complex and how it will be secured.
An estimated 8,000 people showed up for Girl Day at UT Austin. They were on campus for a STEM festival.
David Pierce's University of Texas baseball team is now 5-0 after beating Lamar.
It's been over a year since Westlake's 5 star big man chose to play his college basketball at Texas and now after struggling for most of his freshman season he's finally flashing the skills that had Longhorn fans excited.
In a letter, Dr. Paul Cruz says he has accepted a position with The University of Texas at Austin and intends to resign from his position as superintendent.
Researchers from the University of Texas at Austin and the National Institutes of Health have made a critical breakthrough toward developing a vaccine for the 2019 novel coronavirus, according to a UT Austin press release.
UTPD is actively investigating this incident and anyone with information is asked to call 512-471-4441 and select extension 9.
It took hours of preparation for something that only take a couple of seconds. Dr. Biberdorf invited 67 of her girl science majors to join her on the steps of UT’s tower to make history.
Batting helmets, cleats, football practice jerseys, and much more can all be found in the online auction.
The Longhorn softball team is hard at work getting ready for its new season.
Students will not be allowed to register for fall classes unless they provide proof they are vaccinated for measles.
On Wednesday, 201 Americans evacuated from Wuhan and landed in Southern California. The passengers will remain at an air force base until they are screened by health officials.
The University of Texas at Austin says the university has added China to the UT Restricted Regions list as a “High Risk” travel destination.
A year has come and gone and the memory of Anthony John Diaz still lives on.
UT President Gregory Fenves announced the authorization in a letter to the UT community.
UT Austin Chief of Police David Carter introduced details of a preliminary proposal in the works Monday which will recommend the hiring of additional officers to patrol off-campus areas.
UT President Gregory Fenves sent a letter out to students addressing the stabbings, and stating that the university “is currently developing a plan to hire additional police officers, expand patrols and upgrade security-related technology.”
According to police, a non-UT affiliate told officers that the suspect had punched them in the face and stole their cell phone.
Gov. Abbott responded to Carter's tweet by saying that he has since reached out to UT leaders with expectations to increase the safety for students within the next month.
Students aren't the only ones at the University of Texas at Austin as classes begin for the spring semester.