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Five easy steps to moving into your first apartment
August 3, 2014
While the process of compressing your life into 1,000 square feet can be frustrating, these steps can help improve your move-in experience.
PACE changes to adapt to students’ speed
July 13, 2014
When Robbie Hinojosa checked his “My Status” page last spring, the first thing he saw was a rejected application to the University.
Celebrate the Fourth of July like a local
June 29, 2014
The Daily Texan made a list of the most patriotic ways you can spend your Independence Day weekend without leaving the city.
Celebrating “Independence Day” south of the United States
June 29, 2014
The Fourth of July, our national holiday that celebrates the independence of the original 13 colonies from the British Empire, is a day of patriotic celebration, with patriotic citizens gathering their friends and family members to enjoy barbecue, watermelon and fireworks.
First ever X Games Austin puts sports front and center
June 8, 2014
Arenas of ancient times featured gladiators fighting impossible odds for survival. This weekend, X Games Austin put forth its own modern gladiators.
Renovations to bring historic Hogg Auditorium up to date
April 28, 2014
Next semester, Hogg Memorial Auditorium will close for an eight-month long renovation, requiring student groups to find alternate venues for their annual events held at the facility.
Student combines modeling with charity work
April 15, 2014
At 21, anthropology junior and Austin-based model Schuyler Dale is older than the average model and keeps a busy schedule that prevents her from being fully immersed in the profession, but she doesn’t feel edged out.
UT Holi celebration compared to the traditional Holi celebration
April 1, 2014
Abhi Sreerama, UT alumnus and Holi co-chair, said he did not expect this year’s Holi to attract 7,500 people, an attendance that nearly doubled from 2013.
Who to follow on Twitter for SXSW updates
March 7, 2014
When he first made his South By Southwest-related Twitter last year, Cameron Clark’s original intention was to organize the SX-chaos for his friends.
What to bring to SXSW: a definitive guide
March 7, 2014
Poor planning leads to poor performance, but South by Southwest can be the magical, start-up, tech-dude schmooz fest you always dreamed it could be.
Music Bloggers and Austin Music People unite to host 2013 Austin Music Blogger Awards
February 25, 2014
Austin Music People and the newly formed Austin Music Blogger Alliance have joined forces to pay tribute to unrecognized bands and industry workers of the Austin music scene.
West By West Campus organizers take last bow with final festival
February 21, 2014
This is the last year for West By West Campus according, to founders and organizers Waldo Wittenmyer and Tessa Hunt — and they mean it this time.
Contemporary light installation artist Adela Andea premieres piece
February 18, 2014
Houston-based artist Adela Andea stood in the center of the gallery with an eager audience amassed in front of her.
After a tour with Quiet Company, Cody Ackors returns to UT with a new direction
January 26, 2014
For many musicians, touring the country, performing for devout fans and sleeping on strangers’ floors is essentially “living the dream.”
Architecture professor honored for contribution to medical field
January 22, 2014
Adjunct architecture professor Stephen Sonnenberg received the Distinguished Service Award from the American Psychoanalytic Association in New York last Friday.