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    By CAMRYN BEAUMONT When you hear the word ‘chapel,’ do you think only of religion? Though its architecture was originally designed to mimic a classic religious symbol, praying hands, Sykes Chapel [...]
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De Alfredo looks to build her UT legacy

by Minaret Staff in Spotlight

By Simon Brady There’s an old saying that goes “When the door closes, a window opens.” This directly applies to brand new graduate assistant for UT’s women’s basketball squad, [...]