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African American Culture

African American Culture is a welcoming and inclusive community that promotes cultural diversity and development of leaders through service and events that showcase African American culture.

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Asian American Culture

Asian American Culture promotes the richness and diversity of Asian and Asian American cultures on campus through a variety of events. Members are involved in the planning, production, and promotion of ACC events year-round.

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Creative Arts + Theatre

Creative Arts + Theatre is a home for showcasing student talent through theatre, dance, visual arts, open mics and Madrigal Dinner, an annual Renaissance-themed dinner theatre tradition. All aspects of our events are student-produced and include script/music writing, acting, design, choreography, directing and tech.

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Distinguished Speakers

Distinguished Speakers is the premier student-run speaker series at The University of Texas at Austin. We help broaden students’ horizons and educate them on issues that impact their lives through speakers, panels, forums and debates that cover current social, political, cultural and ethical topics.

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Events CoSponsorship Board

The Events CoSponsorship Board (ECB) provides a source of funding for registered student organizations at The University of Texas at Austin. ECB provides financial and logistical support for student organizations as they produce quality events. Each Wednesday organizations present their program idea to ECB and their need for the Board's support. Many groups seek ECB funding; because of a limited budget, ECB must decide by deliberation which groups will receive ECB cosponsorship.

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Headliners programs high profile musicians and comedians for the entire University community to enjoy. Students research and book the acts, promote the shows, and manage the events from concept to curtain call. Headliners also strives to expose students to the Austin music scene with its On the Patio concert series and promote student musicians with its involvement in the annual Kerrville Folk Festival University Songrwiter's Contest.

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MACC promotes a diverse environment that celebrates the traditions and cultures of Latin America while offering leadership and growth opportunities through event planning, volunteerism and collaboration. Mexican and/or American ancestry not required for membership. If you love learning about exciting and diverse cultures, we’re glad to have you on board!

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Recreation plans a diverse array of programs and events throughout the year that bring students together through active participation, shared interests, nostalgia, and play. Events include gaming, daytime activities, trivia nights, crafts, and more. Recreation will help you have more fun on campus by turning hobbies into events!

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Showtime hosts programs and events related to film and television. These include the weekly Blockbuster and Late Night Film Series, advanced movie screenings, TV premieres, trivia nights, sing-alongs and interactive events. Showtime also hosts the annual Texas Union Film Festival (TUFF) to celebrate student filmmakers at UT.

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Texas Traditions

Texas Traditions plans and executes programs and events aimed at building UT spirit and pride. It does so by continuing traditional events started in the 1950’s and working to showcase the best of UT. Our signature events include Longhorn Kickoff, Forty Acres Fest, and Texas Revue, among others.

First-Year Leaders in Progress (FLiP)

First-Year Leaders in Progress (FLiP) is one of the ways students can find a unique community here on campus to grow by learning from experiences within an E+E committee, upperclass mentors and peers.

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