Midway through the opening night party for the Indie Meme Film Festival, founder and co-organizer Alka Bhanot attempts to make her way through the crowd. Swarmed by congratulatory friends, family and festival-goers, she takes over ten minutes to reach the microphone.
Once upon a time, “Snow White and the Huntsman” enraptured viewers with its beauty and bravado. Its follow-up, both a prequel and sequel to the 2012 hit, does just the same, with far less focus on constructing an enchanting narrative.
Shane Brown was sitting in a cubicle, working a nine-to-five tech job after he was diagnosed with cancer. With what felt like finite time remaining, Brown abandoned his cubicle in pursuit of something more meaningful.
As the semester comes to a close, student and campus organizations are hosting a variety of events that showcase the diverse talents, breadth of ideas and important causes that UT is home to. Below, The Daily Texan compiled a list of four events on campus to check out before the school year ends.
Austin’s West Campus community is no stranger to Asian Cuisine with restaurants and food trucks serving Thai, Japanese and Korean food. Last week, West Campus gained its newest addition to the collection of Asian food options with Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot.
Jeremy Saulnier’s latest directorial effort, “Green Room,” explores the relationship between white supremacy and violence in the present day, utilizing its implications to sustain a tense narrative that delivers some of the year’s best thrills.
Question: I recently just had a bad breakup with my girlfriend, and I’m dreading the possibility of seeing her around because I’m afraid I won’t know what to do. If I run into her, how should I prepare myself?