Episode 29 is our most energetic yet.
Episode 28 is muy interesante.
Episode 27 marches to the beat of its own drummer.
Our 26th episode is a multi-dimensional experience.
We go back to school for our 25th episode.
We hear that episode 24 is pretty fly.
We see what all the buzz is about in our 23rd episode.
Our 22nd episode is written in iambic pentameter. (Not really)
We’re watching grass grow in our 21st episode.
For our 20th episode, we boldly go where no UT news show has gone before.
Episode 19 finds us having some fun in the sun with UT’s Solar Vehicle Team.
We tip our sombrero to UT’s mariachi program in our 18th episode.
We catch World cup fever in episode 17 (and attempt to find a cure).
We find out how soon UT’s newest supercomputer will enslave all humans in our 16th episode. (It’s not that soon, don’t worry)
We skip the corner deli and grab a bowl of Texas red in our 15th episode.
For episode 14, we spend our summer on campus.
We witness an incredible shrinking motor in our 13th episode.
In episode 12, we dig for some digital Texas tea.
In our 11th episode, we learn about a new herd of Longhorns headed for the nation’s capital.
In episode 10, we find ourselves in a sworded affair.
For our ninth episode, we get tattooed (for science) and find out that beauty of the electronic tattoo is more than skin-deep.
In episode eight, we’re proud to introduce The Hook Investigates, our periodic series of hard-hitting investigative videos. Our first subject: The mysterious “maroon” bluebonnets popping up on the Forty Acres.
In episode seven, we look back on the conference that brought four U.S. presidents to campus.
For our sixth episode, we’re taking a snack break (for science).
In episode 5, we discover that everything’s bigger in Chile—as long as you’re talking about telescopes.
In episode 4, Austin plays host to the Olympics (of violin)!
In episode 3, we meet a UT professor who’s lending people a helping hand—with the help of robotics.
In episode 2, we look at the latest ecological craze sweeping the nation.
In our inaugural episode, we catch up with UT’s most self-aware professor.