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Former UT dance student to perform sci-fi-inspired interpretive dance show at Fusebox Festival
April 17, 2018
Through movies such as “Napoleon Dynamite,” pop culture tends to present interpretive dance as something to be laughed at. Dance graduate student Lindsey Taylor embraces the humor but adds her background in classical styles in an attempt to reinvent the public perception of interpretive dance.
Dragons, poets unite at fiction writing club
April 15, 2018
From writing urban fantasies to poetry to Dungeons & Dragons campaigns, students in the fiction writing organization All-Write All-Write All-Write are able to create stories and build worlds with the help of their peers.
Introverts’ Social Club offers laid-back, comfortable hangouts
April 3, 2018
If you’re the type of person who hates small talk but likes friends or who wants to be part of a chill group that plays Cards Against Humanity, the Introverts’ Social Club is for you.
You don’t have to be stoned to enjoy this year’s Stoner Jam
March 7, 2018
If you want to avoid the crowds and save a few bucks at the same time, this is the festival for you.
Off-campus groups offer resources to pregnant, parenting UT-Austin students
February 25, 2018
Around 500 pregnant or parenting college-aged students walked through the doors of the Austin Pregnancy Resource Center last year seeking assistance, and executive director Lori DeVillez said she hopes more students look to them this year.
Vegan food truck offers new take on milkshakes
January 26, 2018
When best friends Moni Burgin and Rachel Horesovsky decided to open a vegan food trailer, they knew they’d have to do something to make their business stand out from other health-centric food trucks, a difficult feat in Austin, Texas. Using their backgrounds in dessert-making and a successful Kickstarter campaign, the two opened Milky Way Shakes, the city’s first vegan milkshake truck.