• Lunchtime Links

     

    Editor’s Note: With this daily series, the Life & Arts section hopes to complement your afternoon procrastination with a bundle of links from across the Web.

    Austin City Limits Weekend Recaps

    If you couldn't make it to the festival or want to reminisce, check out these weekend one recaps courtesy of ACL.

    When Hemingway was a young fisherman

    Delve into Ernest Hemingway's life with this biographical look into his past by the New York Times.

    UT cornerback retweet

    On Sunday, UT cornerback and freshman Kris Boyd apolgized for retweeting a post that implied UT linebacker Malik Jefferson should transfer to college station. 

     

     

     

     

     

  • Lunchtime Links

     

    Editor’s Note: With this daily series, the Life & Arts section hopes to complement your afternoon procrastination with a bundle of links from across the Web.

     

    Star Wars Immersive Trailer

    Channel your inner Jedi with Star Wars’ new 360 degree immersive trailer on Facebook.

     

    “Fish in the Sky”

    Compliment your lunch with some poetry by Peter Fallon, chosen by the New York Times Magazine.

     

    30 Under 30: The Envy Index


    Check out Brooklyn Magazine’s list of 30 young, creative people who will inspire you to do more.

     

    Number one U.S. public university

    Niche, a research website providing information on schools and places to live, named UT the number one public university in the country.

     
  • Lunchtime Links

     

    Editor’s Note: With this daily series, the Life & Arts section hopes to complement your afternoon procrastination with a bundle of links from across the Web.

     

    Star Wars Immersive Trailer

    Channel your inner Jedi with Star Wars’ new 360 degree immersive trailer on Facebook.

     

    “Fish in the Sky”

    Compliment your lunch with some poetry by Peter Fallon, chosen by the New York Times Magazine.

     

    30 Under 30: The Envy Index


    Check out Brooklyn Magazine’s list of 30 young, creative people who will inspire you to do more.

     

    Number one U.S. public university

    Niche, a research website providing information on schools and places to live, named UT the number one public university in the country.

     
  • Lunchtime Links

    Editor’s Note: With this daily series, the Life & Arts section hopes to complement your afternoon procrastination with a bundle of links from across the Web.

     

    Snowden on Twitter

     

    With the bio “I used to work for the government. Now I work for the public,” NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden joined Twitter today.

     

    Coffee Quotes

     

    Celebrate National Coffee Day by captioning your artsy latte Instagram pictures with these coffee-related quotes.

     

    Interview with a genius

    In this Q&A published in The Atlantic, reporter Jeffrey Goldberg puts 2015 MacArthur “Genius Grant” Award Winner Ta-Nehisi Coates’s intelligence to the test.

  • Lunchtime Links

    Editor’s Note: With this daily series, the Life & Arts section hopes to complement your afternoon procrastination with a bundle of links from across the Web.

     

    NASA Announces Discovery of Water on Mars

     

    Watch this video to learn more about NASA’s discovery of liquid water in the canyons and crater walls of Mars.

     

    Magazine Editor Leaves Manhattan For a Tour of Asia

     

    26 year-old Taryn Adler left her job at Cosmopolitan to travel the world. Read this Atlantic article to learn more about her trip.

     

    Nana’s Do The Nae Nae

     

    Buzzfeed rounded up some grandmas and taught them how to do the Nae Nae, check out the video here.  

     

    Satellite Images

     

    From refugee camps to fields of Dutch tulips, these satellite images illustrate the horror and beauty of Earth from afar.

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