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The Daily Texan guide to houseplants for the busy college student
April 30, 2019
College dorms can be dark, desolate and musty rooms that reek of ramen and despair, but they don’t have to be.
UT students partner with local organizations to support refugees
April 23, 2019
Austin nonprofits and student volunteers collaborate to help refugee community.
Twin UT alums’ ‘Rule of Many’ highlights sisterhood and resistance
April 16, 2019
UT alumnae twins Ashley and Leslie Saunders, who both graduated in 2010, broke into the young adult fiction genre last year with their debut novel “The Rule of One.” This novel tells the story of twin sisters Mira and Ava Goodwin’s fight for survival in a dystopian Texas.
Bug munching soon to be mainstream in Austin
April 2, 2019
Insects becoming an American household staple is more likely than you think.
SXSW week: Events available to public
March 7, 2019
Austin residents are just a bus ride away from events that promise to entertain — including those that don’t require a SXSW badge.
'Flavorful Origins’ debuts with tradition-steeped ingredients of Chaoshan
March 7, 2019
Netflix’s “Flavorful Origins” is the newest addition to the mix. The inaugural season of the streaming service’s newest docuseries entices viewers with a wholly unique outlook on food. Rooted in the traditions of ancient Chinese dynasties, meticulous and disciplined techniques and subtle, minimalist flavors, the ingredients and dishes of Chaoshan set “Flavorful Origins” apart from its predecessors.
Students share Austin food scene through Instagram
February 20, 2019
Named the second most exciting food city in America by Zagat, a dining guide, and fastest-growing food truck industry in the United States, Austin is an established culinary hotspot of the South.
UT affiliates discuss how students can combat gentrification in Austin
February 10, 2019
As more of Austin’s historically working-class neighborhoods are developed by high-end companies and repurposed for new housing, restaurants and coffee shops, students can combat — or at least not contribute to — gentrification
7 date ideas for Galentine's and Valentine's
February 3, 2019
Whether you’re celebrating Galentine’s with your girlfriends or having a romantic night out with your date, there are plenty of opportunities to get out of the house and have fun with the people you love. Skip the stress of Googling “creative date ideas” and check out some of the Valentine’s festivities happening near you this February
Onyx Honor Society provides platform, dialogue for UT’s black community
January 28, 2019
What started as a Twitter discussion last semester led to the founding of the newest honors organization on campus, providing an unprecedented opportunity for students of color to start a dialogue regarding issues on campus.
Wading the waters after the city-wide boil notice
October 28, 2018
Although the water crisis might be over, city residents and students should continue to be cognizant of their water usage.
CapMetro neglects student commuters with Remap
October 21, 2018
Missing the bus every day? It's not your fault.
Sick? Your syllabus doesn't care.
October 14, 2018
Attendance policies at UT don't do enough to accomodate students with acute illnesses.