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Kevin Abstract’s 'ARIZONA BABY' is great, but BROCKHAMPTON is greater
April 28, 2019
Strong together than alone, Abstract provides a unique personal touch on his solo album while musically missing the punch of most BROCKHAMPTON albums.
State policies hinder, and help student admissions
April 8, 2019
Under state law, 90% of UT-Austin’s incoming freshman class must be Texas residents.
‘Days of The Whale’ director Catalina Arroyave Restrepo discusses filmmaking process, SXSW premiere
March 16, 2019
“Days of The Whale” is a foreign language film that is having its global premier at SXSW in Austin, Texas. The film is a display of symbolism surrounding coming-of-age themes while being among a gang street backdrop.
SXSW world premiere: ‘Days of the Whale’
March 8, 2019
Graffiti means more than the vandalism often applied to it.
The Peached Tortilla adds to Austin’s growing ‘mecca of food’
March 7, 2019
Nine years since its founding, The Peached Tortilla has expanded from a food truck to a bar on West 6th Street.
5 secret menus of The Drag revealed
March 3, 2019
In an effort to spice up the menus on Guadalupe St., some of these businesses provide secret menus, and others cater to unique customer creations. Here are five of the best secret menu restaurants on The Drag.
Art history advocates emphasize importance of art literacy
February 10, 2019
Under the impression that a successful career is not born from smaller or less common majors, many students fear pursuing this degree path. Education is increasingly important as less and less people graduate with the major every year.
Outside of an election year, TX Votes still adds political pressure on campus
January 24, 2019
The voter advocacy organization TX Votes wants to drive more STEM students to the polls next election cycle, organization members said in their first meeting of the semester Thursday.
Underground bands to watch at Austin City Limits 2018 (before it’s cool)
October 7, 2018
Before you plan your weekend around the main headliners of Austin City Limits Music Festival, be sure to check out the quality underground artists scheduled at the festival. Here are the lesser-known artists to look out for this ACL season, categorized by genre:
‘Family is more important than money’ at Matt's El Rancho
September 27, 2018
After more than 65 years, Matt's El Rancho still values the importance of family.