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Fashion club: how to dress seasonally
September 17, 2012
Although Austin has experienced a mix of rain and mild temperatures this past week, summer can often seem like a never-ending season in central Texas.
Businesses find kick start online
September 12, 2012
Kickstarter is an online platform for raising funds through crowdfunding, a process in which individuals come together to financially support projects or organizations.
Kiva allows students to microfinance philanthropies
May 2, 2012
The University of Texas Kiva online team has loaned a grand total of $25,775.
'This Machine' lacks unity
April 23, 2012
The Dandy Warhols may be based in Portland, but they hardly fit the hipster label that’s grown to be associated with the city.
Attention to details necessary for successful registration
April 18, 2012
At the end of every semester, students are still faced with the impending battle of getting into their desired classes.
Gamers unite for fun
April 16, 2012
As gamers wait for summer titles to hit the shelves, student organizations are offering platforms for gamers to keep busy in the meantime.
UT alumnus, local artists promote green message through recycled creations
April 11, 2012
Many local artists have decided to take a more creative approach by incorporating these recyclable materials into their art.
Vonnegut printed posthumously
April 3, 2012
“Basic Training,” a short, 22,000-word novella, is the newest posthumous release by acclaimed novelist Kurt Vonnegut.
Students become more involved with DIY projects
March 27, 2012
DIY projects have become one of the biggest rising trends among artistic veterans and Pinterest-addicted newcomers alike.
Dystopian short novella focuses on sexual repression
March 20, 2012
The most terrifying thing about Margaret Atwood’s work is the sheer possibility of the worlds she constructs.
Artist exhibits multiple musical abilities
March 5, 2012
Andrew Bird’s Break it Yourself provides a mesmerizing listening experience, proving that Bird’s success is not without merit.
Authors revolutionize young adult genre with notable, popular works
February 22, 2012
Modern publishing and marketing methods are gradually changing the perceptions of Young Adult Literature.
Pop music duo's sophomore album stays true to roots, adds new pizazz
February 20, 2012
If Sleigh Bells’ 2010 album Treats came out with a rush of adrenaline, Reign of Terror is more of the aftershock to the eruption.
New UT Libertarian organization advocate Mises economics
February 14, 2012
The UT Mises Circle focuses on economics in terms of “praxeology,” the logic of human action.
New platforms, increased brevity have led to the de-evolution of blogging
February 8, 2012
Just a few years ago blogging was one of the biggest emerging trends on the Web; now it seems to have fallen out of the spotlight.
Social media, applications provide new student resources
January 31, 2012
Developers take advantage of Facebook by implementing the context of the classroom.
Screenings at short indies provide outlet for filmmakers
September 6, 2011
The biggest problem currently facing short-film producers is that no convenient medium for showing these films currently exists.
Social networking sites impact lives of students
August 31, 2011
Here’s a quick look at some of the more interesting groups and pages relevant to student life at UT.