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Student fashion community reflects on responsibility to alter beauty standards
November 13, 2018
UT’s creative community strives to change beauty standards and the way content developers portray beauty in the media.
Business freshman strives to make donating more accessible with upcoming app
November 8, 2018
Business Honors freshman Lucious McDaniel strives to make it easier for younger people to donate in order to make a lasting impact on their community.
Students discuss teacher-written course materials
November 5, 2018
Professors commonly provide their own publications as part of their class in an effort to enhance the class material.
Viva La Vida festival continues to bring Mexican traditions to Austin
October 24, 2018
For UT students who hail from Mexico, El Dia de los Muertos is a Mexican holiday that many Hispanics can lose touch with after coming to the United States. The Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin hopes to fill the void for Latin Americans who are far away from their family and want to celebrate Day of the Dead.
Kimberly Lee reminds her readers of the importance of poetry
October 18, 2018
When it seemed impossible to express herself at home, communication and leadership freshman Kimberly Lee found her voice in poetry. With the encouragement of her friends, Lee published her first book “In Which I Beg You to Listen.”
Taco food truck built on long-lasting friendships comes to Guadalupe Street
October 2, 2018
Three friends bring their new taco truck, inspired by long-lasting friendships, to Guadalupe Street. For Hispanic UT students, it provides a taste of home as their menu doesn’t stray from authentic Mexican dishes.
Students weigh in on ‘freshman 15’
September 25, 2018
Psychology sophomore Elena Pucceti struggled with weight change during her first year of college.