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Austin-based alternative band Chipper Jones releases vinyl
April 23, 2015
Alternative band Chipper Jones always strives to do better. For the duo, this means touring more, writing more and making music a full-time career.
Solstice Live creates new software to match bands, venues
April 10, 2015
Solstice Live, an Austin-based music promotion company, wants musicians all over town to fill out detailed profiles about their likes and needs. Although it operates like a dating website, Solstice Live isn’t actually meant for romance — the goal is to make a match bands and venues.
Austin-based media label Raw Paw builds network of artists
March 13, 2015
Whether you’re a doodling college student or an artist with decades of experience, Austin-based media label Raw Paw wants to represent you.
DT Guide: Best free music events every day at SXSW
March 12, 2015
Check out our list of the best free concerts going on each day during SXSW.
Bella Eden church is breaking traditional norms at Spider House
March 5, 2015
A typical visit to Spider House Cafe usually includes slam poetry, open mics or local bands, but Sunday afternoon, the sounds of worship ring through the coffee shop and bar.
Local band CAPYAC brings European-influenced future disco pop to Austin
February 23, 2015
Popped animal balloons, dragons hanging from the ceiling and custom-made condoms on the floor — all strong indicators that a CAPYAC show has just ended.
European culture, occidental geometry influence new Pump Project exhibit
February 16, 2015
Fluorescent lights, cement blocks and a pair of gloves star as some of the main attractions in Adam Crosson’s new art installation, “Soft Wax.”
Students for Sensible Drug Policy push for progressive legislation
February 4, 2015
Twenty-three states have legalized some form of marijuana, and, if Students for Sensible Drug Policy have their way, Texas will be next.
UT student works to study plant evolution
October 31, 2014
A UT graduate student worked on a research team to develop new computing methods to study the evolution of plant life.
Faculty members speak at Graduate Student Assembly event
October 27, 2014
The Graduate Student Assembly invited two UT faculty members to talk about their experiences as entrepreneurs at an event Friday.
Author Jayne Anne Phillips presents new book at Ransom Center
October 23, 2014
Author Jayne Anne Phillips, read from her new book, “Quiet Dell,” at the Harry Ransom Center on Thursday.
Researchers travel to Greenland to study glacial shifts
October 6, 2014
Traveling to the icy regions of Greenland, UT researchers, led by Lauren Andrews, a geological sciences graduate student, looked at the country’s glaciers to see how they impact glacial shifts in icy regions of the Atlantic Ocean, including Greenland.
Engineering professor discusses Chinese energy consumption
September 26, 2014
Surpassing all other countries, China continues to demand the most industrial energy consumption, according to Fred Beach, assistant director for energy and technology policy for the Cockrell School of Engineering.
UT engineering professor receives $1.4 million grant to study plasma
September 15, 2014
A $1.4 million investment from the U.S. Department of Defense will go toward a Cockrell School of Engineering professor’s research to further understand the properties of plasma.
Visiting professor discusses arcade gaming
September 11, 2014
Video game enthusiast Carly Kocurek discussed the historical significance of personal gaming consoles and arcades at a public lecture Wednesday.