Reporting Texas
News and features from UT-Austin's School of Journalism

Life in a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic changed the lives of millions of Americans, including the Spring 2020 students in J362F, Journalism Portfolio. As their final project, some students in one class selected different groups of people affected by quarantines and closures, to learn about their individual experiences of “Life in a Pandemic.” The following categories complete the phrase […]

Cedar Park’s Jeremiah Chambers Overcame Long Odds to Achieve Football Stardom at Abilene Christian


More News

Sex Workers Struggle as COVID-19 Pandemic Continues

What Collapse of Oil Prices Means for Texas’ Future

As Above, Not So Below: Redefining Dress Code on Zoom Amid a Pandemic

Texas A&M Entomologist Provides Insight on Global Locust Devastation

Austin Life Coach Gives Recommendations for Living Through COVID-19

Transgender Man Finds Community on Austin Woman’s Football Team

Battling issues of gender identity, depression and an estranged father, Kaelyn Daxton found his second family in a women’s contact football team.

Five Weeks – The Rise and Fall of the XFL

The XFL professional football league was five weeks into its inaugural season when play was ceased due to COVID-19 in April. The eight-team league, with teams in Houston and Dallas, filed for bankruptcy on April 13. Executives, staff and players from the Dallas Renegades and Houston Roughnecks reflect on the unfulfilled promise of the league.

Renewing Battle Against the Fish Eating Lake Austin

Amid Downsizing, Foundation Finds Ways to Serve Homeless

Restaurant Owners Say Reopening is a Tough Choice

UT Scientist’s Research Should Shorten Path to Novel Coronavirus Vaccine