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Insomnia Cookies will open in West Campus by summer
April 12, 2019
Students in need of a late-night cookie fix can soon order from Insomnia Cookies, which will open in West Campus sometime in the next month.
Wooten Barber Shop’s 55th year in business makes it longest tenure business on the Drag
April 2, 2019
The barbershop has been around since 1964, attracting people from all walks of life from both on and off campus. Current owner James Nelson has been at the barbershop since 1992. In 2000, he became the official owner of the shop and has been running it ever since.
Hi, How Are You Project inspired by famous frog mural on Guad to encourage mental health discussions
March 26, 2019
In fall 2017, Courtney Blanton and Tom Gimbel founded the Hi, How Are You Project after being inspired by the widely recognized words of the mural.
Austin Police Officer Cadenas will be attending the LBJ school of Public Affairs this May
March 14, 2019
Austin Police Department officer Bino Cadenas will begin a 14-month-long graduate program in public leadership this summer at the LBJ School of Public Affairs.
American Campus has plans to redevelop former Goodall Wooten building into new student housing
March 11, 2019
Last July, American Campus Communities purchased the 2100 block on Guadalupe Street, which includes the Goodall Wooten, a former student residential building. Now, American Campus is planning a student housing community that will replace the Goodall Wooten and have ground floor retail.
Stand-up economist engages with students about carbon pricing during UT Energy Week
February 5, 2019
On Monday as part of the 2019 UT Energy Week, economist Yoram Bauman presented a stand-up comedy routine to students on environmental economic policies such as carbon pricing.