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What happens outside of the studio: Student discusses stereotypes men in dance face
September 16, 2019
Whispers followed Atticus Griffin. They chattered about his color guard performances and chuckled when he said he wanted to perform for the rest of his life, but in the dance studio, the whispers fell silent.
7 Fashion Trends for Football Season
September 9, 2019
These are tips from Raquel Greer Gordian, an Austin-based image consultant and personal stylist, on how to combat the heat and safety restrictions while staying on trend.
Celebrating 2019 National Hispanic Heritage Month
September 8, 2019
Austin boasts many cultural events that celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. Here is a guide for this months' can't-miss events.
Q&A: Time management is dead, says Maura Thomas
September 6, 2019
Overwhelmed. Overworked. Overtired. These are modern-day wounds that Maura Thomas — author, speaker and trainer in work-life balance — strives to heal every day. Thomas’ work focuses on how to master attention management, or as she calls it, “the new time management.”
Much Ado About Modernist Networks: The Annette Campbell-White Collection
September 2, 2019
From Aug. 24, 2019 through Jan. 5, 2020, Campbell-White's private collection, Modernist Networks, is displayed at the Harry Ransom Center. Made up of letters, books and manuscripts, the collection features Modernist writers such as Virginia Woolf, Ernest Hemingway and more
A Longhorn’s guide to the Hill Country
August 27, 2019
For a last-minute "treat yourself" weekend, a one-day escape or road trip, check out the list below with must see places at accessible costs and locations in the Hill Country.
Student, professors share tips on how to navigate Austin transportation
August 9, 2019
After venturing from campus for the first time her sophomore year, Hannah Burbank quickly realized she was sitting on a bus that was taking her anywhere but where she wanted to go. For those new to navigating Austin, it’s not uncommon to experience similar issues while learning to traverse the city efficiently.
FaceApp raises concerns about privacy for UT students
July 30, 2019
After several Hollywood stars posted edited photos portraying their face with wrinkles, gray hair and sagging skin, the application behind the images, FaceApp, went viral. However, the app’s ties to Russia have raised security concerns, including a warning from the Democratic National Committee ahead of the 2020 election cycle.
UT law professor Erin Martinson announces run for Travis County District Attorney
July 22, 2019
Erin Martinson, an adjunct professor at the UT School of Law, announced earlier this month she is joining the 2020 primary race for Travis County District Attorney.
Author discusses ‘The Socialist Manifesto’ with UT students
June 26, 2019
Several dozen UT students, Austinites and volunteer hosts from the local chapter of Democratic Socialists of America gathered on campus Wednesday evening to learn about modern socialism from one of the subject’s most prominent writers.