Creepy landmarks, historical context and a theatrical leader who brings the stories to life are all the markings of a successful ghost tour. History senior Morgan Wallace does just that for Walking Tours of Austin.
Giovanni Zinzi and Keegan Black hadn’t received a single response to job applications that took hours to complete. Figuring many students face similar challenges, they decided to enhance the job search experience for students.
An invisible line runs through Guadalupe Street. Every day students walk to class and cross it. Government senior Hamza Sait said it divides the 21st and 25th Congressional Districts — and the student vote.
This weekend, hundreds of people dressed in red will storm Republic Square with signs demanding “No tax” and asking, “When did bleeding become a luxury?” This rally will be one of many across the United States in honor of National Period Day.
What chemistry junior Nicole Kim didn’t know was that the celebratory ring ceremony tradition would end up costing her hundreds of dollars in unanticipated expenses and a ring upgrade she wasn’t looking for.
Covered in paint and sweat, the Longhorn Hellraisers stand in the front row at the student section every game to cheer Texas on. They arrive when the gates open and stay until well after the countdown clock buzzes.