Students say SkiffTV experience has readied them for the work force.
Board of Trustees confirms two new officers of the university, EIF gives to the Annual Fund, new Rise School for Down syndrome children set to open, and other news from across campus.
Inaugural LEAPS (Leaders Encouraging All People to Serve) all-campus service day includes almost 400 Frogs.
Capitol Women: Texas Female Legislators, 1923-1999 by Nancy Baker Jones ’69 and Ruthe Winegarten spotlights 86 accomplished women.
Larry L. King entertains at the Adams Writing Center’s Creative Writing Awards ceremony.
Latin American Music Festival draws talent from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico and Peru.
Frogs travel to the University of Nebraska Medical Center to award Robbyn Kindle her dietetics degree.
History Prof. Ben Procter leads the list of faculty retirements.
Skiff staff members help students from the University of the Americas in Puebla, Mexico, start a campus newspaper.