Through movies such as “Napoleon Dynamite,” pop culture tends to present interpretive dance as something to be laughed at. Dance graduate student Lindsey Taylor embraces the humor but adds her background in classical styles in an attempt to reinvent the public perception of interpretive dance.
Savannah had a choice. She could buy a hamburger from the dollar menu, filling her stomach with greasy food. She could drive to H-E-B and buy groceries with whatever money she had left after paying for gas. Or, she could go to work and save
Science fiction author Jeff VanderMeer immersed the audience in a world of bioengineered creatures to understand the links between science and nature in an alternate, fictional reality at a reading on Monday.
As the stress of finals season approaches, National Alliance on Mental Illness On Campus wants students to feel comfortable talking to others knowledgeable about mental illness to rid the stigma around mental health.