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Attack of the Rebel Bluebonnets

There’s a big brouhaha over at the University of Texas at Austin. Apparently there’s some maroon bluebonnets popping up in raised beds near the UT Tower. 353 more words

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Increasing lack of affordable housing concerns graduate students

The Daily Texan

Alberto Jorge Vazquez Anderson, a graduate student from Mexico, came to the University in 2011 to study chemical engineering and quickly realized Austin is an expensive place to live. 607 more words

Online lecturing system expands beyond the College of Liberal Arts

The Daily Texan

Students may have the opportunity to make up class days lost to inclement weather through a program allowing professors to record and archive their lectures online. 394 more words

Rubio To Texans: Terrorists Training In Syria May Strike U.S.

AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — While giving a foreign policy speech sponsored by various groups at the University of Texas, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio warned Tuesday that terrorists training in ungoverned swaths of Syria could “soon” attack American interests around the world — or even on the nation’s home soil. 555 more words

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HeartBleed Counter Attack Via Honey Pot Could Snag Hackers Who Compromised Millions Of Passwords

(CBS SF) — The hackers behind the HeartBleed security issue that compromised millions of passwords and affected an estimated two-thirds of “secure” websites around the world could be brought down by a simple and quaint-sounding trick being engineered at the University of Texas at Dallas — a special type of “honey pot.” 314 more words

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Blueless Bonnets

The Alcade (The Offical Publication of the Texas Exes) has reported an issue of major concern. Evidently Markus Houge, Program Coordinator for Irrigation and Water Conservation at the University of Texas, nearly fainted when he discovered a tainted patch of beloved bluebonnets. 377 more words