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Dispensaries, patients anticipate future of medical marijuana in Texas
December 7, 2017
When their daughter, Catherine, was diagnosed with intractable epilepsy at three years old, Terri Carriker and her husband were desperate to find something that would treat her seizures.
Tat-Tuesday: Students share stories behind their ink
December 4, 2017
Many children play cards with their grandparents, but for radio-television-film freshman Peter Cowie, the memory stands out in his childhood. Cowie’s first tattoo, a playing card-themed piece, specifically honors his late grandmother’s love of card games.
Light up the darkness of finals season with holiday cheer
November 30, 2017
For those staying in the area over break, there are multiple places to enjoy this classic Christmas pastime — you just probably won’t get to build a snowman.
DJ’s and Yoga: Trap Yoga Class Offers New Yoga Experience
November 27, 2017
Dressed in athletic attire with mats in hand, yogis gather every Tuesday evening at an East Austin music studio for a different kind of yoga class.
Old Taylor Swift fans denounce her current pop persona
November 16, 2017
From sweet country singer based out of Nashville, Tennessee, to international pop diva, Taylor Swift’s transformation has given former Swifties much to talk about.
Vintage vendors share tricks of the trade
November 8, 2017
Austin’s vintage vendors spend hours collecting rare treasures from estate sales and auctions, pinching pennies to make any cash they can.
For some, campus carry is personal
October 25, 2017
The right to possess a firearm is more than just a political stance for accounting junior Quinn Cox — it’s a personal matter.
Tat-Tuesday: Friday the 13th edition
October 17, 2017
Tattoo lovers have come to relish Friday the 13th.
Get tatted on Friday the 13th with a spook-tacular deal
October 12, 2017
Watch out for ladders, cracks in the sidewalk and black cats, it’s Friday the 13th. The day infamous for bad luck is oft-dreaded, but many tattoo lovers can’t wait for it to arrive.
Sneaking into ACL
October 9, 2017
For most, scalping a ticket to ACL is far too expensive on a college budget, but that doesn’t stop some determined souls from trying to get into the festival any way they can.
Youth group celebrates indigenous heritage and culture
October 6, 2017
This Thursday, the Austin City Council voted to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples’ Day.
Music writer speaks on entering the music industry
September 27, 2017
From writing for Grammy Magazine and Forbes, to performing in the same lineup with the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Lupe Fiasco, Ogden Payne has found himself in the center of music industry.
UT students critique gentrified art through ‘Work in Progress’
September 20, 2017
Over the sound of buzzing tools, performers offer simple blocks of wood described as artisan crafts to the audience — a critique on Austin’s art scene.
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