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Texas Softball Has a Red River Rivalry to Remember

AUSTIN, Texas – The fourth-ranked University of Texas softball team handed the three-time defending national champion Oklahoma Sooners their first Big 12 Conference series loss since 2011. “I think we probably did what most people thought was impossible, and that’s to beat Oklahoma two days in a row,” Texas head coach Mike White said. A […]

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Texas Softball Has a Red River Rivalry to Remember

Total Solar Eclipse Passes Over UT Campus


Total Solar Eclipse Passes Over UT Campus

AUSTIN, Texas — Thousands of students celebrated the total solar eclipse Monday at the University of Texas Main Mall. Longhorn Band member Christina Lopez said she was excited about the opportunity to perform for her fellow students. “There are not a lot of places in Austin or in the path of totality having a big […]

Country Music Stars Come to Campus for the CMT Awards

AUSTIN, Texas – The Country Music Television Awards took the University of Texas campus by storm on Sunday. The music video awards began in Nashville in the 1960s and moved to Austin in 2023. Singer-songwriter Kelsea Ballerini hosted the show at the Moody Center. Ballerini introduced country singers including Cody Johnson, who opened with the […]

Selena Tribute Band Honors the Life of the Late Tejana Legend

AUSTIN, Texas – Selena Quintanilla tribute band Las Chicas en 512 celebrated the singer’s life with a tribute performance on April 6 at Vinyl Beauty Bar for Selena Day. The band performed songs such as “La Carcacha” and “Qué Creías” for fans to enjoy. Band member Laura Olvera organized the event ahead of Selena’s birthday […]

Posthumous Art Exhibition Shares Hidden Work from Mexican Artist

AUSTIN, Texas – The Blanton Museum of Art has a new exhibit in its Paper Vault gallery. Latin American art curator Vanessa Davidson said “Meet Melecio Galván: The Secret Artist & His Mexican Contemporaries” is the first museum exhibition in the United States for the late Mexican artist. “It’s important to note that Galván had […]

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