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From celebrity's sister to musician, student creates new identity
October 6, 2014
Curled up on a couch, she is surrounded by pictures and hand-made decorations with a wall-length tapestry hanging across from her.
Local band climbs the musical ladder to ACL
October 2, 2014
UT alumni Andy Baxter and Kyle Jahnke will perform at ACL on Friday.
UT freshman Evan Rauch creates and sells high-end jewelry
September 29, 2014
Meet Evan Rauch, who designs and sells her own jewelry.
TheSkimm student ambassadors promote news readership
September 17, 2014
According to the 2013 State of the News Media report, 18- to 24-year-olds have the lowest percentage rates of active news readership.
Harry Ransom Center opens new exhibit 'The Making of Gone with the Wind'
September 8, 2014
To commemorate its anniversary, the Harry Ransom Center is showcasing hundreds of original artifacts and documents, offering visitors a look behind the scenes of the casting and production of the film.
300: Shop owner follows family legacy
September 1, 2014
Tucked away on 23rd and Rio Grande streets is a small boutique, its door propped open, spilling bright colors onto the sidewalk.
New restaurants near campus bring more options to students
August 25, 2014
New restaurants near campus give Longhorns plenty of eating options.
Elizabeth Crook’s latest novel “Monday, Monday” sheds new light on 1966 Tower shooting
May 1, 2014
On a hot August morning in 1966, Charles Whitman shot 48 people from the observation deck of the UT Tower in a shooting spree that lasted more than an hour and a half.
For new Fight Club by UT, it is a workout without the mayhem
April 14, 2014
For the newly opened Fight Club on Rio Grande Street, the first rule doesn’t have anything to do with not talking about fight club — it’s to have fun and be safe while getting a full body workout.
Voices Against Violence to host “Take Back the Night” for Sexual Assault Awareness Month
April 3, 2014
Voices Against Violence, a student organization, will be hosting multiple events throughout April to promote Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
UMeTime offers daily restaurant deals to UT students
March 25, 2014
When the creators of UMeTime were looking for an ideal place to test their app, a college campus full of hungry students quickly came to mind.
McCombs tests new career matching software
March 24, 2014
After decades of career questionnaires and aptitude tests, a new online test called Pymetrics hopes to change the interview process by introducing brain-stimulating games to test character traits.
An eating guide to SXSW
March 9, 2014
From breakfast tacos to barbecue, Austin is known for its variety of mouth-watering food.
The top free interactive events at this year's SXSW
March 8, 2014
Don’t let money stop you from going to SXSW this year.
The six people you'll meet at SXSW
March 8, 2014
SXSW attracts people from all around the world, but they’re all pretty much the same if you pay close attention.
UT hosts 13th annual Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day
February 20, 2014
To expose more girls to the male-dominated field of engineering, a UT student organization – Women in Engineering Program (WEP) – is hosting its 13th annual Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day on Saturday.
UT students will race to the finish at the Austin Marathon
February 13, 2014
For many of the runners participating in the 23rd annual Austin Marathon, the race serves as a qualifier for entering prestigious marathons like the races in Boston and New York City.
Food publication Spoon University comes to UT
February 3, 2014
Spoon University, a food publication created by college students for college students, made its Texas debut in the city of food trucks, breakfast tacos and barbecue last month.