Twenty-one years after his death, Kurt Cobain’s music still resonates with audiences. On Monday, HBO premiered “Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck,” the only documentary about Kurt Cobain made with the cooperation of his family.
Space exploration and high seas adventures are common topics of conversation between UT alumni Patrick Creamer and Quinn Buckner. Once a week, they set up their microphones and record random stories for their podcast, Now You Know A Little Bit More About Us.
The bacteria listeria caused one of the worst events on campus in 2015 — the removal of Blue Bell ice cream from UT shelves. However, not everyone is avoiding the bacteria. Researchers at the UT Health Science Center at San Antonio are using listeria to make breakthroughs in colon cancer research.
The Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars is an African band comprised of six members. They said their music sounds reminiscent of reggae beats to the untrained ear, but its roots are in traditional West African drumming.
What do you get when you combine tech-savvy roommates, a couple hundred cans of energy drinks and a semester’s worth of coding? Ping Social — an app aimed to make social events more accessible to users.
After spending the fall semester in her home country, Tanzania, Loyce Gayo, African and African diaspora studies junior, stuffed her suitcase full of leftover cloth scraps and flew home ready to start a business.