The new provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs is a first-generation college student and second-generation Lebanese American who recognized the value of ideas early in life.
Students spearhead campaign on alcohol poisoning awareness.
Demolition and site clearance of the east side of Amon G. Carter Stadium will be complete by mid-January.
Alumnus Tim Halperin ’10 opens for Grammy Award-nominated band on amphitheater lawn of the Brown-Lupton University Union.
Athletics and Austin Construction filled stainless steel container with university mementos, admission materials and athletics artifacts.
New dorms will eventually accommodate about 400 sophomores or upperclassmen, and are expected to be completed by August 2013.
The School for Classical & Contemporary Dance moved into the renovated Erma Lowe Hall (formerly the Ballet Building) during the fall semester, ending a transition year in which it relocated to the University Recreation Center and GrandMarc at Westberry Place. School faculty and students celebrated the official opening in October. Built in 1921 as the
Panel debates the ethics of taking human tissue samples.
In November, the former president of Mexico spoke at the inaugural forum which bears his name to tout leadership development and problem-solving.