Adaptive Sports Night has become a fan favorite over the past few years. Hosted every October by Services for Students with Disabilities, members of the university community meet local athletes and sample a variety of sports adapted for people with disabilities.
Several Black alumni from the class of ’68 returned to their alma mater to reflect on a pivotal time in UT Austin history and its relevance to modern-day struggles for students of color at a panel event held on Sept. 14 as part of Black Alumni Weekend. From left: Rodney Griffin, Camilla Hall Jackson, Arleen Lawson
Two law school-bound undergraduates from UT Austin and Huston-Tillotson University show their school pride. They were among several participants in the monthlong College to Career Explore Law Program administered by the Longhorn Center for Academic Excellence.
UT Austin President Gregory Fenves and Vice President for Student Affairs Soncia Reagins-Lilly joined students and family members at the annual Black Family Day event on Oct. 27. The event is hosted by Afrikan American Affairs, a student agency in the Multicultural Engagement Center.
Leonard Moore (right) shared his vision for using inclusive innovation to impact Austin at a community-wide event on Nov. 8. The event featured a presentation by Oye Waddell (left), executive director of Hustle PHX, an incubator that provides mentoring and support for inner-city entrepreneurs.
Queer People of Color and Allies, a student agency within the Multicultural Engagement Center, welcomed new and returning Longhorns with open arms at the annual Bloq Party. The event, held on Aug. 30, featured a resource fair and an array of festive activities.