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Resurgence of 35 mm film encourages a new generation of photographers
January 18, 2017
Despite the popularity of digital photography, some photographers are still allured by film because of its visual aesthetic and physical qualities.
Austin’s annual Women and Fair Trade Festival offers handmade goods from around the world
November 18, 2016
On Nov. 19–20, the 13th annual Austin’s Women and Fair Trade Festival will bring together women who create their own goods to share their products.
Monthly Playlist: Five artists to check out over Thanksgiving break
November 15, 2016
During Thanksgiving break, relax and celebrate the holiday over turkey, stuffing and these five up-and-coming artists.
Mariachi Ensemble brings a taste of Latino culture to campus
November 10, 2016
Elyanna Garcia stands with her guitar in hand on the steps of the Tower, adorned in a black and silver embroidered suit and sombrero.
Five local bands to look out for at Sound on Sound Music Festival
November 3, 2016
As the Sound On Sound Music Festival approaches this weekend in the Sherwood Forest, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the huge acts occupying the top of the bill.
Freshman dance student wins $10,000 Live Más scholarship
October 28, 2016
Growing up in a military family that transferred from base to base, Khorii Tinson was used to movement. Amidst the constant changes, she found solid ground in dance.
LGBT student finds acceptance in a panhellenic community
October 21, 2016
When Matthew Bensen arrived on campus, he hadn’t come out and was unsure of his place at the University.
Alumna brings diversity to Austin Film Festival through screenwriting
October 13, 2016
The murders of hundreds of Mexican women across the border from her hometown left a lasting impact on alumna April Sánchez’s community. Years later, Sánchez brought those women who have since been forgotten to the forefront of her screenplay.
Local artist creates immersive recycled worlds
October 5, 2016
Artist Calder Kamin focuses her art to show the impact humans have on the environment.
Iranian-American alumna creates art to reflect heritage
September 9, 2016
In the reflection of mirror shards scattered across the map of the Middle East, Sarah Madandar sees everything she left behind in Iran.
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