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Sep '01
28
'Woyzeck' opens new University Theatre season
The University of Texas-Pan American University Theatre opens its 2001-2002 season Oct. 24-28 with a famous but rarely produced play, “Woyzeck” by Georg Büchner.


University Theatre announces 2001-2002 season
The University of Texas Pan-American University Theatre 2001-2002 season begins Oct. 24 with the play "Woyzeck" at the recently renamed Albert L. Jeffers Theatre in the Communication Arts and Science Building.


Sep '01
27
Committee collecting memories about University
The "I Remember When" committee is meeting Oct. 8 to plan for 75th anniversary and is collecting memories about the University.


Sep '01
26
Texas Supreme Court at UTPA Oct. 3
For the first time ever, the Texas Supreme Court will hear cases in the Rio Grande Valley during an October visit.


Sep '01
24
Clark Gallery hosts exhibit with selections from permanent collection
The University of Texas-Pan American Clark Gallery will host “Selections from the Permanent Collection” – paintings, prints and sculptures from the Charles and Dorothy Clark collection – from Sept. 27 to Oct. 12.


Alumni Association Ice Cream Social
The University of Texas Pan-American Alumni Association hosted their annual ice cream social at the student center, Friday, September 21


Sep '01
21
Spanish handwriting history books purchased by UTPA
The University of Texas-Pan American library recently purchased a copy of the three-volume set "Tratado de Paleografia Espanola" by Dr. Agustin Millares Carlo. Millares traces the history of Spanish handwriting through examples of many Spanish documents written from Roman times until the 17th Century. The books were purchased with funds provided by the UTPA Shary Collection Endowment.


A piece of Valley history restored
The University of Texas-Pan American library recently received $1,700 to fund the restoration of the Hidalgo County, Texas Brand Book B.


Sep '01
20
Twelve to be recognized as Notable Valley Hispanics at Sept. 30 ceremony
The University of Texas-Pan American Friends of the Library will recognize 12 Rio Grande Valley leaders as "Notable Valley Hispanics" in a special ceremony Sunday, Sept. 30.


Sep '01
19
Report: Economic Effect of Tourism on Valley
The University of Texas-Pan American Tourism Research Center will present its 2000-2001 Rio Grande Valley Winter Visitor Study Friday, Sept. 21 in the Business Administration Building, room 110 at 2:45 p.m.


UTPA graduate receives highest test score in the nation
Wendy Gillum, a December 2000 graduate of The University of Texas-Pan American, recently received the highest score in the nation on the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) National Certification exam.<


Film donated to UTPA for 75th anniversary celebration
An historic film by former Pan American College professor Lyle Bounous of the institution in the 1950s was donated recently to the University ahead of its 75th anniversary that begins in September 2002.


Sep '01
18
UTPA remembers victims of national tragedy
UTPA faculty, staff and students gathered at the Student Union to honor the lives lost in last weeks national tragedy.


Sep '01
14
Texas Supreme Court to host first-ever session Oct. 3 at UTPA
The public is invited to sit in on civil proceedings for the Texas Supreme Court at The University of Texas-Pan American, Wednesday, Oct. 3 beginning at 9 a.m.


National Day of Prayer and Remembrance for the Victims of the Terrorist Attacks
Here is the complete text of the Proclamation issued by President George W. Bush.


Message from Dr. Miguel A. Nevárez

In observance of President George W. Bush's proclamation designating today as a National Day of Prayer and Remembrance for the victims of the terrorist attacks on the United States, The University of Texas-Pan American will dismiss classes and close offices from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.


Sep '01
13
Lady Broncs volleyball match canceled
The University of Texas-Pan American Lady Bronc volleyball match vs. New Mexico State University scheduled for Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Fieldhouse has been canceled.


Sep '01
12
UTPA senior performs in Rome opera
A senior vocal performance student at The University of Texas-Pan American was selected by Operafestival di Roma to perform the role of Marcellina this summer in Mozart’s "Le Nozze di Figaro."


Sep '01
11
Volleyball game canceled
As a result of the tragic events unfolding in our country today, The University of Texas-Pan American Lady Bronc volleyball match vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, originally scheduled for 7:00 p.m. today in the UTPA Fieldhouse, has been cancelled. It will be rescheduled at a later date.


Message from Dr. Miguel A. Nevárez
UTPA President Dr. Miguel A. Nevárez's message to the University regarding the institution's response to the tragic events in New York, Washington, D.C. and Pittsburg this morning.


Sep '01
7
University Gallery hosts "Brick Sculpture"
The University of Texas-Pan American University Gallery will host “Brick Sculpture,” an exhibit by Fred Spaulding, Victoria College art instructor, from Sept. 10 to Oct. 25.


Historic film of University donated for 75th anniversary celebration
An historic film by former Pan American College professor Lyle Bounous of the institution in the 1950s was donated recently to the University ahead of its 75th anniversary that begins in September 2002.


Former Mexico City mayor, presidential candidate to speak during Hispanic Heritage Week
Former Mexico City mayor and 1999 Mexican presidential candidate Cuahtemoc Cardenas Solorzano will discuss U.S.-Mexico relations Thursday, Sept. 13 as part of the weeklong Hispanic Heritage Week at The University of Texas Pan-American.


Sep '01
6
Library hosts exhibit through September
The University of Texas-Pan American Library will host “San Nicolas en el Arte,” an exhibit by Carolina Delgadillo, Martha Rodriguez, Emma Almaguer and Lucina Quintana Luzel, through September.