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Study abroad accessible to all, despite price, strict degree schedules
May 8, 2019
Many students believe they won’t be able to study abroad due to the high price tag and strict degree requirements. The International Office that houses the study abroad office at UT is a resource students can use to combat these myths and provides a way for all students who want to study abroad to get where they want to go.
Students, professor discuss group projects
April 25, 2019
Professors keep assigning them but receive pushback from most students when they do.
Local boutique C. Jane survives test of time through proximity to campus, on-trend clothing
April 25, 2019
C. Jane has been dressing UT students for 12 years, despite real estate difficulties on the Drag.
How allergies in Austin are getting in the way
April 14, 2019
Austin is ranked as one of the five worst cities for allergies in the United States.
‘Game of Thrones’ cultural phenomenon comes to an end
April 9, 2019
With the final season premiere of ‘Game of Thrones’ airing on April 14, there has been lots of talk about the show and how it will end.
Austin Fashion Week promotes growth, development of local style, culture
March 8, 2019
Austin already offers an eclectic music, food and entertainment scene, but one event brings the city’s emerging fashion scene to the forefront. Now, they host the world's fourth largest fashion week.
OjO scooters bring a new twist to Austin’s electric scooter scene
February 28, 2019
Electric scooters have changed the way many students travel around campus. Between Lime, Bird, Lyft and JUMP, there are numerous scooter providers students can choose from and another provider has just launched in downtown Austin, OjO Commuter Scooters. These scooters take a different approach by providing a way for riders to sit while using electric scooters.
Students struggle to find internships
February 26, 2019
Developing industries and new technologies have created jobs, but they have also made it harder for students to narrow in on what they want to pursue. The rise in technology and new career fields have made the path to a job less straightforward.
Austin boasts diverse restaurant scene for those with dietary restrictions
February 12, 2019
Whether it’s because of an intolerance or simply just a preference, Austin offers a variety of foods in its robust restaurant scene for the gluten-free eater as well as those with other allergies and dietary restrictions.
Your guide to getting involved on campus
August 8, 2018
With more than 50,000 students on campus, it can be daunting stepping onto the UT campus for the first time, but there are ways of getting involved on campus that can make the 40 Acres feel smaller.
Colton, Mehraz prepare for year
August 7, 2018
There was voting, a revote and then finally a runoff before Colton Becker and Mehraz Rahman were elected student body president and vice president this spring.