• Foray into the foyer

  • Fighting the Fall

    Eric Buehlman, an employee of Shoal Creek Saloon on Lamar, sets up an artificial Christmas tree on the establishment’s roof Monday afternoon.

     

    Shannon Kintner | Daily Texan Staff

     

     

     

    A worker uses a leaf blower to clear the driveway of Twelve Oaks apartment complex in West Campus Monday morning.

     

    Shannon Kintner | Daily Texan Staff

     

     

     

    Mellow Johnny’s employees as seen from the basement stand on a glass floor panel at the downtown bike shop on Monday afternoon.

     

    Jorge Corona | Daily Texan Staff

  • Running a good race

    Richie Smith sits on a treadmill, waiting for his wife, in the Missouri City, Texas WalMart during Black Friday. Consumers spent more than $52 billion, according to the National Retail Federation.

  • Thanksgiving Break Fun

    Richie Smith of Houston sits on a treadmill, waiting for his wife to return from the electronics section in the Missouri City, Texas WalMart during Black Friday. Stores like WalMart and Target opened hours earlier than in years past for Black Friday sales, causing consumers to spend more than $52 billion over the weekend, according to survey by the National Retail Federation.

    Shannon Kintner | Daily Texan Staff

    Visitors take in the nocturnal sight of the Alamo in downtown San Antonio this past Wednesday. The Alamo is the single most popular tourist attraction in the state of Texas.

    Jorge Corona | Daily Texan Staff

    Oscar Gonzalez, a Houston tourist, looks at a wax robot outside San Antonio’s Louis Tussaud’s Wax Works museum.

    Jorge Corona | Daily Texan Staff

    Chris Bykowski adjusts a mannequin’s hat Sunday evening at Dandy’s, a vendor stand on South Congress Avenue owned by Bykowksi and his wife that features handmade turn-of-the-century pieces such as pipes, bow ties, suits and wallets.

    Danielle Villasana | Daily Texan Staff

  • UT-A&M Rivalry

    Colt McCoy dashes to the endzone on a 65-yard run against Texas A&M in 2009. He tossed four touchdowns that game, and led the Longhorns to an undefeated season until their eventual loss in the National Championship.

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