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Ukulele Orchestra stops in Austin
November 20, 2013
Since the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain formed 28 years ago, it has been working to make the ukulele an instrument that belongs in more places than just Hawaiian beaches.
UT attempts to build the biggest box fort to raise awareness for campus recycling
November 10, 2013
Fliers and emails educating students on which materials to toss into which bins rarely catch the attention of college students, but a group is hoping a towering fort made of cardboard boxes will.
"Downton Abbey" stars get haunted in Daily Horror Movie "The Turn of the Screw"
October 24, 2013
For movie buffs, the month of October means one thing: 31 days of horror movies.
MEOW supports women in the music industry
October 22, 2013
Rock ’n’ roll is still a boy’s club, despite contributions from lady rockers such as Janis Joplin, Joan Jett and Debbie Harry.
Polari film festival opens up discussion about LGBTQ issues in media
October 15, 2013
The oldest film festival in Austin may not be the one Austinites are most familiar with.
'In Our/Their/Your Midst,' a collaborative effort between three UT grad students
October 9, 2013
Instead of using bright colors and objects that seem to be in constant motion, the artists of “In Our/Their/Your Midst” — a current exhibition at the Visual Arts Center — take a different approach.
Torchy’s on Guadalupe has changed but the tacos remain the same
September 30, 2013
The iconic red devil carrying a pitchfork and the name “TORCHY’S TACOS” in fiery red-yellow letters? Still there.
Women in television journalism have an unfair emphasis on appearance
September 24, 2013
Barbie may be a childhood toy, but her name is also the term Mary Bock gives to women in the video journalism industry today.
Bitch Beer bloggers challenge gender-based stereotypes
September 12, 2013
There’s a stereotype about women and beer: The two don’t mix.