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In the dark of the studio
April 29, 2013
A look behind the scenes of Sleepless Cities, one of 12 undergraduate RTF thesis films being produced this semester.
Professors share passion for literature, vampires
October 5, 2012
For our third issue, we talk to Dr. Elizabeth Richmond-Garza and Dr. Thomas Jesus Garza about Oscar Wilde, vampires and bad book endings.
Student filmmakers talk about organization, aspire to work in Hollywood
September 21, 2012
We talk to the University Filmmakers’ Alliance officers about movies, banana suits and master filmmakers.
Kelly Decker talks about her love of costuming
September 7, 2012
For our inaugural edition, we talk to Kelly Decker about super strength, fairies and her love for costuming.
Through the Looking Glass
December 1, 2011
Ruben Guerrero, reflected, walks by an array of mirrors at “Texas Mirrors & Doors” on Wednesday afternoon. Ruben and the other employees work inside a shop on Burnet which is furbrished with numerous types of mirrors, frames, and glass panes.
November 9, 2011
The finished building will be the home of a new computer science center and will feature a receding facade resembling that of stepped pyramids.
B. Iden Payne Theatre
October 12, 2011
Wild Art of The Day
Torchlight parade highlights fan support as OU game nears
October 6, 2011
Attendees hooked their horns and cheered on while head coach Mack Brown spoke of the importance of the upcoming game.
Anna Hiss Dancers
October 5, 2011
Wild Art of The Day
September 21, 2011
Andrea Macias-Jimenez | Daily Texan Staff Maidao Nguyen and Peter Enyeart demonstrate sparring a Do Shotokai technique for onlookers. Nguyen and Enyeart are part of the Texas branch of American Karate-Do Shotokai, which is an organization that fosters “individual improvement and community safety” through teaching self-defense.
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