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300: UT alumnus, Austinite Reid Umstattd takes on The Voice
April 18, 2018
Reid Umstattd discusses the beginnings of his music career as a UT undergrad and competing on “The Voice.”
UT student poets discuss their poetry for National Poetry Month
April 16, 2018
National Poetry Month, held in April, celebrates poets and their work. UT student poets discuss their poetry and what it means to them.
Amnesty International and YWCA team up to host annual Jamnesty Benefit Concert
April 3, 2018
At a time when immigrant security in the U.S. is threatened, UT students will team up with Austin’s Young Women’s Christian Association to raise money and awareness for local immigrant mental health with the upcoming Jamnesty Benefit Concert on April 7.
The Bullock Museum’s Femme Film Fridays screenings highlight women in film
March 30, 2018
Despite recent progress towards gender equality in wake of the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements, women are still grossly underrepresented in the film industry.
'Tis the season for crawfish
March 21, 2018
It’s officially spring, which in Austin is synonymous with crawfish season.
Q&A: Billie Eilish talks SXSW, songwriting
March 10, 2018
Billie Eilish will be performing her debut EP, don’t smile at me, at SXSW
UT business student makes personalized style easy with her company
March 8, 2018
Finding the perfect outfit for graduation parties, interviews or just a night out can be challenging. Chottie Hamilton recognized the need for people to get fashion advice from personal stylists, so she created The Retail Vault.
Ways to get festive on International Women’s Day
March 7, 2018
March 8 — International Women’s Day — commemorates the achievements, aspirations, progress and parity of women around the world.
Going off the grid: Great in theory, impossible in reality?
February 25, 2018
Regardless of whether you’re a social media pacifist or if you’re Twitter famous, it’s hard to escape the hordes of social media platforms. Feelings of jealousy and constant comparison inevitably come out of comparing yourself to other people’s carefully crafted Instagram facades.
Students considering studying abroad feel discouraged by UT’s restricted travel regions policy
February 5, 2018
When most students think about study abroad, they imagine summers spent pub-crawling in Copenhagen or sightseeing in Hong Kong, but for students considering studying abroad in a host of countries deemed unsafe by the University, a much different picture comes to mind.