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Forced to eat? How the UT meal plan impacts students, food insecurity
May 2, 2018
Although the University may feel their meal plan is acceptable students may feel otherwise.
The creation of the UT Animators Club brings community and learning to UT’s future digital storytellers
April 25, 2018
Although the cartoon days may soon be over for many college students, some wish to carry the art form into their careers.
RTF students bring drama to Texas Student Television with 'Grass Roots'
April 12, 2018
Radio-television-film students bring their works to life on Texas Student Television every semester to entertain the UT student body. The channel predominantly features comedies and talk shows. However, while some students and student filmmakers may prefer the more lighthearted lineup, others want to bring darker topics to light.
Positive reality of traveling and studying abroad for black students
April 4, 2018
Blacks students can experience liberation and unique opportunities when studying abroad.
UT student organization builds, passion, confidence and community through art
March 26, 2018
Although creative projects can be done alone with the right resources, sometimes it’s better to have two brains on a project than one. That’s the foundation of Collaborative Artists.
To copy or not to copy: How copyright impacts digital art students and artists
March 25, 2018
On Feb. 15, Google Images disabled the download image option from their engine in order to prevent copyright infringement because of a previous lawsuit from Getty Images. For many, the change may not be a big deal, but for digital art students, it can mean one less resource to pull from for their work.
From paintbrushes to glitches: how a UT alumnus teaches a new technologic art style
March 21, 2018
Glitches were once an annoyance which disrupted our lives. Now, it’s an art form.
Arcades, tabletops, indie and tournaments — cool gaming events at SXSW
March 8, 2018
Here are The Daily Texan’s picks for popular and mind-blowing gaming events that players can participate in this year.
Black Voices supports students through peer discussion and mental help
March 1, 2018
Black Voices is a program created a year ago by UT psychologist Dr. Kimberly Burdine designed to give black students a space to express their views.
Austin's Center for Music Therapy helps those who can not walk, one note at a time
February 25, 2018
Relearning to walk takes a toll on people with movement disorders or brain injuries, but Austin’s Center for Music Therapy believes music can ease a patient’s journey to getting back on their feet.
Three important black UT advocates paved the way for black UT students
February 14, 2018
Here are a few influential figures in UT’s history who helped open doors for today’s black population on campus.
Annual Freshman Awards Ceremony honors black students
February 2, 2018
The Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority honors the fall semester achievements of black students.