The University of Texas at Austin, informally UT Austin, UT, University of Texas, or Texas in sports contexts, is a public research university and the flagship institution of the University of Texas System. Founded in 1881 as "The University of Texas," its campus is in Austin, Texas—approximately 1 mile (1,600 m) from the Texas State Capitol. The institution has the nation's seventh-largest single-campus enrollment, with over 50,000 undergraduate and graduate students and over 24,000 faculty and staff.

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  • Surviving Finals with President Fenves (and Snapchat)

    Finals are underway on the Forty Acres, and hard-working Longhorns are hunkered down across campus studying. Students camping out at the Perry-Castañeda Library Thursday night got a break from the books and a surprise visit from President Gregory L. Fenves. Follow President Fenves on Twitter — @GregFenves (https://twitter.com/gregfenves) Follow us on Snapchat — @UTAustinTX

The University of Texas at Austin

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  • Can't Stop Excel-ing: Professor sings Justin Timberlake to teach Microsoft Excel

    Clint Tuttle, a professor in the McCombs School of Business who teaches a popular course on Microsoft Excel and more, uses a creative technique to liven up what many see as a dry subject: parody a popular song with lyrics he writes about Microsoft Excel. At the end of this semester, he put his Excel-lent touch on Justin Timberlake's hit song "Can't Stop the Feeling."

The University of Texas at Austin

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  • Discovering Texas Fossils

    These fossils don’t just tell the story of paleontology — They tell the story of Texas. Learn more about the Works Progress Administration collection at the Jackson School Museum of Earth History: http://utex.as/2fwoIZM

  • Views on Climate Change Could Drive Presidential Election Results

    A mounting perception that climate change is occurring could play a role in deciding the upcoming presidential election, particularly if significant numbers of younger Americans turn out to vote, according to the latest UT Energy Poll. Read more: http://utex.as/2efAByq

  • Texas for Life

    These words mean something different for each of us. For some, it means learning to get your horns up before you could tie your shoes—and teaching your children to do the same. For others, it means coming early, being loud, staying late, and wearing orange. The University of Texas unites us, as fans, friends, grandparents, and graduates. The Texas Exes is what keeps us connected to the people an...

  • Texas/Oklahoma Game Will Be Broadcast in Virtual Reality

    McCombs School of Business alumnus Andre Lorenceau, BBA '13, and founder of LiveLike, will offer a virtual reality live nationwide broadcast of the Texas/Oklahoma game this Saturday, October 8th. Read more: http://utex.as/2dw0jQr

  • UT Austin 2016 State of the University Address

    On Sept. 13, President Gregory L. Fenves outlined his vision for the next year to the UT community at the State of the University Address. Read the full remarks: http://president.utexas.edu/speeches/2016-state-university-address #UTSoU

  • Changing the World for 133 Years: Happy Birthday, UT Austin!

    On Sept. 15, 1883, The University of Texas at Austin opened with one building, eight professors, one proctor, and 221 students — and a mission to change the world. Today, UT Austin is a world-renowned higher education, research, and public service institution serving more than 51,000 students annually through 18 top-ranked colleges and schools. In 1839, the Congress of the Republic of Texas orde...

  • BEVO XV arrives on campus

    There’s a new steer in town. And his reign is about to start. Before the Texas football team kicks off against Notre Dame on Sunday, September 4, BEVO XV will make his official public debut. When BEVO XV begins his reign, he’ll also usher in the 100-year anniversary of the famous steer serving as UT Austin’s mascot. Read more: http://utex.as/2c3PuHq

  • Meet the Class of 2020: Horns Up Night Class Photo

    After finishing the first day of the semester, the newest Longhorns gathered in DKR to learn Longhorn traditions and pose for a class picture. https://longhornwelcome.utexas.edu/

  • UT Austin app: Available now on iPhone and Android

    Available for iPhone and Android, mobile experience delivers live game audio, student log-in capability: http://utex.as/2bIxXVl

  • Burnt orange sunsets from around the world

    It's always a great day to be a Longhorn!

  • #BevoInRio: Longhorns at the Olympics

    A total of 20 current or former University of Texas student-athletes and five coaches will compete in the upcoming Rio Olympics. Put your horns up and follow them: http://utex.as/2axPcbN

  • Did Dinosaurs Roar? Maybe Not

    Dinosaurs are often depicted in movies as roaring ferociously, but it is likely that some dinosaurs mumbled or cooed with closed mouths, according to a new study. The research examines the evolution of a specialized way birds emit sound — closed-mouth vocalization. Because birds descended from dinosaurs, the research may also shed light on how dinosaurs made sound. Read more: http://utex.as/2a9wk...

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