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Texas gubernatorial candidates Gov. Greg Abbott (left) and Lupe Valdez (right)

UT/TT Poll: Top Republicans Enjoy Comfortable Leads in Primary Races While Democrats Deliberate on Their Choice for Governor

Collection of Carl & Marilynn Thoma

2018 LLILAS Conference Unveils the Secret Lives of Artifacts

Words such as “great” and “love” were commonly used to describe food, indicating that people generally associate positive emotions with food.

Where People Live Shapes How They Talk About Food, Study Shows

Photo by flickr user lincolnblues.

Women’s Magic Hour: A Q&A Starring Donna Kornhaber

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Tue

Feb 20

Tue

Feb 20

Guatemala 1966: The Photography of L. Rupert Chambers

4:00 PM
Benson Latin American Collection, 1st floor gallery
Wed

Feb 21

Create, Consume, Collect: Past and Modern Lives of Spanish American Artifacts

5:00 PM
the Blanton Museum of Art, 200 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
Thu

Feb 22

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Rapoport

From the latest issue of Life & Letters magazine, learn about how the Rapoport Service Scholarship teaches students to create change in their communities.

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Guided by her passions, African & African Diaspora studies professor Lisa B. Thompson’s work speaks to her experiences as a scholar, an artist and a mother.

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Explore

Rapoport

From the latest issue of Life & Letters magazine, learn about how the Rapoport Service Scholarship teaches students to create change in their communities.

Publication

publication

Video

Guided by her passions, African & African Diaspora studies professor Lisa B. Thompson’s work speaks to her experiences as a scholar, an artist and a mother.