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Did Dinosaurs Roar?

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.

Read more: http://utex.as/2a2SVYT
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What do Longhorns eat to start the day in space?

The same thing as when we're in Austin — breakfast tacos.
Take a look at what life on the International Space Station was like for this Longhorn.
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"Thousands of years ago, people were sitting around a fire telling stories."

Students in the Moody College of Communication are utilizing new tools for storytelling including 3D technology and virtual reality.

Explore the new realm of immersive media and see how UT Austin students and faculty are innovating in this emerging field.
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Maybe he can help us catch a Tauros?

(yes, we'll name it after Bevo)
Trying to catch 'em all? This UT Austin alumnus might be able to help.
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No. 32 in the world 🌎 No. 7 among U.S. public universities.

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The 2016 edition of the Center for World University Rankings (CWUR) placed The University of Texas at Austin No. 32 among the world’s top 1000 universities. Nationally, UT Austin ranks No. 7 among...
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Last year, Bryce Strauss was on campus finishing his aerospace engineering degree.

Now, he's at NASA's mission control, helping the Juno spacecraft enter Jupiter's orbit.
Bryce Strauss graduated from the Cockrell School of Engineering with his bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering in May 2015. Now, only…
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Read. Relax. Repeat.

De-stress and enjoy summer with books our professors know you’ll love — and the perfect reading spot to enjoy them: http://bit.ly/2axOzdM 📚
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Who’s excited to head to the Forty Acres this fall?

Incoming students — Make plans to attend Gone To Texas, and submit your entires for the Student Video Contest by 5 p.m. on August 8: http://bit.ly/29VYEnl
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We love this video by student Steven Yen, who won 1st place in the 2014 Student Video Contest at Gone to Texas.
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What causes the droughts in California?

New research suggests droughts are mainly controlled by wind, not by the amount of evaporated moisture in the air.

Read more: http://utex.as/29TfnaU
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Virtual Reality and 3-D are revolutionizing storytelling. UT Austin is leading the way.

Catch Game Changers tonight at 8 CT on Longhorn Network to see how: https://vimeo.com/174546793
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It's a once-in-a-lifetime discovery for paleontologists.

Read more about the discovery: http://utex.as/29n2F2I
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Happy Fourth of July, Longhorns! 🇺🇸
However you’re celebrating the Fourth of July, you’ll surely see Old Glory waving over the land of the free and the home of the brave. Look inside the Briscoe Center for American History’s flag collection to see how the star-spangled banner has changed over time.
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3 weeks ago
UT is the school I dreamed about going to, but things didn't work out. However I'm lucky enough to have friends that go here. It's a beautiful campus and very, very large. Also, the women are beautiful.
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UT Austin is an amazing campus that enables TEXAS. C2 Education is very proud of assisting students by mentoring the Youth. The campus is also very amazing, and I highly suggest attending this prestigious University. Thank you to all the Professors, Administration, and Staff.
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I got my BS in physics here. It's a great University in a great city. I have nothing but very positive stuff to say about the University.
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Mauro Carrizales
3 weeks ago
This school is absolutely beautiful. There is so much to do around here. You will never be bored on a weekend as a student in Austin.
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2 weeks ago
Great school! Great football! Great parties! Great music! What more could you want?
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faseyitan foluso
2 months ago
I own and run a school in Nigeria and due to the high incidence of children with special needs I applied for a masters in special education. I tried endlessly to communicate with the course coordinator but she never ever replies mails nor pick or return calls. The only time she ever responded to my mail was when i routed it through another person in the department and just that ONCE. I needed to know if it was okay for me to apply but my mails and calls met brick walls. After paying the application fee and going through all the stress of application I was denied. I sent a mail to the same coordinator to find out what went wrong so I can learn what to put in place. It is almost a month now and still no response. It is really disappointing as I held the university in high esteem before now.
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Jake Dupre
2 months ago
Clean nice campus. Saw the James Turrell Skyspace here. Definitely a must!
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David Kennett
6 months ago
I am fascinated in the work being done at the University in relation to the earth's magnetic field. While I am not a scientist - I have discovered that every species of tree is designed to respond to specific properties that exist within the earth's magnetic field. Clearly this is in place to prevent any one species dominating the plant kingdom. I have planted over a million trees in the development of concepts and technology that enables trees to be grown where no one would believe it possible. Even planted in >40 degreeC temperatures, the trees thrive and are NEVER watered, even in this semi-arid region of Australia. The implications are amazing - 70% of the the planet is arid or semi-arid. If scientific accreditation of my findings can be established - we can plant trees under the most incredibly challenging conditions to address climate change. Nobody has a monopoly on intellect, and often it is the chance discovery by a lay person of something monumental that has the most benefit for the world.
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