Universities grapple with how to preserve an environment conducive to learning and freedom of expression for all points of view.
Wooldridge Elementary has developed expertise working with immigrant and refugee children.
A national survey found that international students generated $1.9 billion in economic activity in Texas in the 2015-16 school year.
Soldiers were already buying Magpul ammo holders because of their superior reliability over standard-issue models.
Carrying 50-pound backs during training can be punishing for women. The military is responding with equipment adapted for their bodies.
Hays County experiences a rash of unexplained incidents involving fake cops.
For six years, photographer Liz Moskowitz has documented the impact of gentrification on the area’s religious communities.
Texas has more dams than any other state, but hasn’t had a serious failure in more than a century.
Fathers Todd Sloan and Tom Shaffer, with their sons Dominic Sloan and Chris Shaffer, are behind most paintball competitions in Central Texas.
Madison Thompson found her place with the Cheer Athletics Superkatz in Plano. The 13-year-old just won a spot on her middle-school cheerleading squad.
byCésar E. López Linares
An Austin-based nonprofit brings its miniature horses to visit with patients in hospitals and nursing homes. Medical experts say the interaction can bring joy and motivation to sick people.
As some substitute software for real bodies, the UT-Austin school uses both in its study of anatomy.
David Goujon celebrates Latino culture by referencing the controversial demolition of a neighborhood store.
Spike, the Round Rock mascot, has been a team mainstay since Day One. Just don’t ask the baseball team to reveal whose inside the custom.
In Texas, the Bridge Collective and Jane’s Due Process are two of several nonprofits providing services and assistance to women.
The November election spurred some Austin-area teenagers to create their own political organization. Now they’re working on how to assure that it continues.
As young people define spirituality in broader ways, some view yoga in the same way older Americans see places of worship.
As Operation Supply Drop expanded beyond video games for overseas military, its founder left, saying the organization had become “just another veteran’s charity.”
Twenty-five minutes after a knife attack was reported to UT-Austin police, the campus community received an emergency alert text about the incident. By then, many students and employees had turned to social media and local news outlets for information.
byTaylor Jackson Buchanan
Avocados seem so innocent. But there’s a hidden danger in trying to dislodge their pits.