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Surplus store offers students way to eliminate waste while saving money
October 8, 2018
Instead of making the drive to the Domain for shopping, students should consider stopping by the JJ Pickle Research Campus on Thursday afternoons to stock up on all things UT for prices they can actually afford. Amidst the old buildings and bumpy roads sits Building 30, a warehouse home to UT’s own surplus store.
Students jump onto Littlefield Fountain hopping tradition
September 26, 2018
Every year, students jump in Littlefield Fountain to pose for graduation pictures, some even decked out in their stoles and champagne in hand. Other mischievous students take a spontaneous dip in the middle of the night in hopes they don’t suffer the consequences.
UT professors weigh in on the importance of expressive writing
September 12, 2018
Routine writing can help students respond to and discover what they’re thinking about in the world around them.
Campaign helps McCombs students deal with mental health struggles
April 26, 2018
McCombs School of Business is known to house some of the most talented and most competitive students on campus.
East Austin Succulents grows its presence by 'keeping Austin weird'
April 11, 2018
East Austin Succulents is an eccentric shop located about three miles from campus on Tillery Street. The small space the store inhabits represents the epitome of Austin with many unique signs and other colorful outdoor decorations on display. Countless exotic cacti and succulent plants are packed onto tables and overflow onto the ground creating an endless sea of rare plants and products everywhere you look.
Listening to music has noteworthy impacts on students
March 30, 2018
With today’s technology, students have greater control over the music they choose to listen to.
Keep up post-spring break motivation with these helpful tips
March 20, 2018
With the smell of sunscreen and alcohol still fresh in their memory, it’s often difficult for students to get back in the swing of things, and when they first return to campus, most experience a “spring break slump."
The newbies' guide to SXSW
March 6, 2018
The Daily Texan has provided a few tips and tricks to navigate the week of SXSW and make it a little less overwhelming for all first timers out there.
College students can, should learn to be DIY chefs
March 6, 2018
While many kitchen aids are not allowed in dorm rooms, a micro-fridge is all that is needed to make delicious and nutritious meals right in the comfort of a dorm room.
Social spectacle: A look at the fake eyewear trend
March 4, 2018
For years, people cursed with poor eyesight have been called names and belittled into stereotypes because of their glasses. Now, that trend is changing, and specs are a wardrobe staple for many people, not just your average mathlete.
With stuffed schedules, some students forget to stuff their faces
February 19, 2018
College students are always on the go, making it hard for them to find nourishment and meaningful meals during their busy schedules.
MindBody Labs allow students to free their mind during midterms
February 12, 2018
Since 2003, the MindBody Lab served students seeking to minimize stress. In 2016, a second Mindbody Lab was introduced in the Student Activity Center that was closer and more convenient for students to access.
Gregory Gym is crowded: here are some tips
January 30, 2018
With swimsuit season right around the corner, many students are looking to be in the best shape possible for spring break. But it can be hard to find the right time to visit Gregory Gym — when it isn’t filled with people.