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V-J Day
V-J Day
Sep 2 all-day
Following the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Emperor Hirohito announced Japan’s acceptance to the Potsdam Declaration and surrendered on 15th August 1945, effectively marking the end of World War II. However, the official surrender[...]
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The Great Hurricane
The Great Hurricane
Sep 8 all-day
September 8, 1900. On the brink of the 20th century, the “Great Hurricane,” the greatest natural disaster in human terms ever to strike North America, destroys much of Galveston and kills 6,000 people there.
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Brown Bag Lecture: TEXAS DAMES 12:00 pm
Brown Bag Lecture: TEXAS DAMES
Sep 11 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Join author Carmen Goldthwaite in an inspiring survey of fierce Lone Star ladies from early Tejas to the twentieth century. Speaker: Carmen Goldthwaite
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Integrated Circuit
Integrated Circuit
Sep 12 all-day
September 12, 1958  Integrated circuit, developed by Jack Kilby at Texas Instruments, Dallas, is successfully tested, ushering in the semiconductor and electronic age.
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University of Texas classes begin
University of Texas classes begin
Sep 15 all-day
15 September 1883 — The University of Texas opened its doors in Austin for its inaugural session. First courses were offered in the Academic Department and a Law Department.
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Talk Like A Pirate Day
Talk Like A Pirate Day
Sep 19 all-day
Yarr! Talk Like A Pirate Day encourages you to inject pirate-themed words and noises into everything you say. Talk like a pirate at home, at work, with friends, on the phone and to everybody you[...]
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North Texas Giving Day
North Texas Giving Day
Sep 20 all-day
North Texas Giving Day
North Texas Giving Day North Texas Giving Day is back September 20, 2018! To mark the 10th Anniversary of North Texas Giving Day, donors have 10 days to schedule their North Texas Giving Day gifts[...]
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Texas Tech classes begin
Texas Tech classes begin
Sep 30 all-day
September 30, 1925  Texas Tech University begins classes in Lubbock as Texas Technological College.