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Study shows ancient Mayas had greater environmental impacts than previously believed
October 17, 2019
Geographical research conducted by University researchers in Belize found that the ancient Mayan civilization had a greater environmental impact than previously believed.
King Princess gives memorable performance to soulful crowd
October 10, 2019
Pop singer-songwriter Mikaela Straus, known as King Princess, is quickly establishing herself as the “queer face of pop.” Ahead of her Oct. 9 show at Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater, fans anticipated a night of dancing, fun and the inclusive environment of a King Princess show.
Austin Board of Realtors declares Austin housing stock ‘critically limited’
September 25, 2019
Austin’s housing stock is “critically limited,” according to a report by the Austin Board of Realtors released last week.
Former UT music students celebrate 30 years as band
September 23, 2019
UT alumni Twang Twang Shock-a-Boom celebrate 30 years as a band with plans to come back to campus.
'The Goldfinch' disappoints fans with jumbled, drawn-out adaptation
September 15, 2019
Nicole Kidman and Ansel Elgort star in Donna Tartt’s film adaptation of “The Goldfinch.”
LBJ School holds panel over DACA among other immigration issues
September 10, 2019
Around 50 students gathered at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs to hear panelists speak on the current status of DACA and other immigration issues in the United States.
BABES FEST showcases women, nonbinary artists in creative industry
September 5, 2019
Beginning on Friday, Sept. 6, all audiences will be welcomed to BABES FEST, a weekend-long festival that will showcase a different genre of exhibitions each day. BABES FEST is Austin’s annual three-day long showcase of music, film, art, comedy and education exhibitions in celebration of women and nonbinary artists.
City of Austin launches new digital tipping program for local artists
August 6, 2019
For the next six months, fans of local music will be able to tip their favorite bands and artists electronically after the City kicked off its new digital tipping program last Thursday.
ACLU of Texas holds Q&A over reproductive freedom in Texas
July 10, 2019
At the event, around 40 community members and UT students discussed reproductive freedom with members of ACLU of Texas. Reproductive justice in Texas can sometimes be a losing issue, said Drucilla Tigner, an American Civil Liberties Union of Texas abortion rights political strategist.
Austin Pets Alive! prepares to accommodate animals during Fourth of July weekend
July 3, 2019
The Austin Pets Alive! animal shelter will be working extra hard ahead of the Fourth of July to accommodate animals that are frightened by fireworks.
Nonprofit organizations host Presidential Debate watch party for UT students
June 26, 2019
UT students gathered Wednesday night at Space 24 Twenty for a viewing of the first Democratic Presidential primary debate ahead of the 2020 election.