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‘Homecoming’ documentary pays homage to black college experience
April 18, 2019
Beyoncé’s documentary “Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé”, which premiered on Netflix on April 17, is a celebration of black culture.
UT students feel pressure to overachieve
April 10, 2019
Bernardo Chuecos didn’t realize the high stakes of attending one of the top universities in the country until he experienced constant pressure to achieve at the level expected by UT. He isn’t the only student to feel this way.
Student-athletes push past challenges to succeed
April 5, 2019
Student-athletes share the trials and joys of being leaders on campus.
Austin’s first festival celebrating brunch is an egg-citing success
March 3, 2019
Austin, known for its fun festivals, live music and unique eats, launched the first ever Brunch Festival on Sunday, showcasing the beloved late morning breakfast and lunch hybrid.
Digitized racial geography tour makes Austin’s racist history more accessible to the masses
February 17, 2019
After almost a year of planning and preparations, a guided digitized version of Austin’s racial geography tour will launch Feb. 25.
Black scholars work to better represent their communities in academia
October 28, 2018
Both Zaria El-Fil and Octavian Moten, African and African diaspora studies juniors, considered getting a doctorate degree in black studies, but they had doubts.
Christopher Plummer works to unite UT Austin’s black community
March 29, 2018
Government junior Christopher “Slim” Plummer didn’t experience racism until coming to UT. However, he uses his negative experience to make a positive impact by unifying African-American students through planning community events, such as the “Black Panther” premiere watch party last month.