Official newspaper of the University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of the University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of the University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan


Longhorns prepare to take on Horned Frogs at home

Wills Layton October 31, 2018

It feels good to be home. After having traveled for a majority of the season, the Longhorn volleyball team is in the midst of a four-game staycation in Austin. After beating Oklahoma on Saturday, 3-0,...

Big 12 prepares for home stretch

Donnavan Smoot October 25, 2018

The Big 12 has provided twists and turns throughout the season. With five games left, here is how its top teams are preparing for the last part of the season. Texas After a Week One loss to Maryland...


Longhorns end the fall season with top-10 finish

Hicks Layton October 25, 2018

Led by senior Steven Chervony, Texas finished in sixth place as a team this week at the Tavistock Collegiate Invitational in Florida. The team had a rough week, and Chervony was the only Longhorn to finish...


Longhorns sluggish in road victory

Wills Layton October 25, 2018

While the Longhorn volleyball team successfully extended its winning streak to three against Iowa State on Wednesday, the signs of fatigue were very apparent. Texas limped through the first set, with...


Tradition of number 60 lives on at Texas

Ross Burkhart October 25, 2018

Countless Texas football players have stepped onto the field since the program was established over a century ago. But only a select few have been given the opportunity to wear a burnt orange jersey with...


Texas Chili Queens combine chili, culture

Chandler Gibson October 25, 2018

Drag culture and Texas chili culture cross paths at Texas Chili Queens in Austin. Popping up in different Austin spots regularly, the food truck is basically RuPaul meets the Terlingua Chili Cookoff. Since...

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Viva La Vida festival continues to bring Mexican traditions to Austin

Ambar Ancira October 25, 2018

For UT students who hail from Mexico, El Dia de los Muertos is a Mexican holiday that many Hispanics can lose touch with after coming to the United States. The Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin hopes to fill...

The Scoop on the Loop Part 1: West North Loop

Liliana Hall and Anna-Kay Reeves October 25, 2018

Records, vintage clothes and coffee make a Holy Trinity of a hip afternoon. What more could Austinites ask for? Plants, maybe. The 200 block of North Loop offers not only the trinity of Breakaway Records,...


Honey Fest 2018 celebrates ‘elixir of the gods’

Celesia Smith October 25, 2018

Honey: natural, sweet, versatile, long-lasting and packed with nutrients and antioxidants. Three years ago, Tara Chapman and Lindsey Peebles, founders of Two Hives Honey and Texas Keeper Cider, decided...


UT computer science researcher awarded grant from Department of Defense

Kevin Dural October 25, 2018

Computer science researcher Keshav Pingali, alongside others at Yale University and Texas State University, was the recipient of a $5 million grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. DARPA...

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Monsters in your shower: UT researcher says showerheads can be hotbeds of germs

Rahi Dakwala October 25, 2018

You are about to take a warm and refreshing shower. You step in thinking of how you can finally get clean, but you may actually be entering a shower of germs. Eric Cambronne, associate professor...


Professor explains why people enjoy ‘oldies’ music

Mina Kim October 25, 2018

Connections people have with “oldies” music today are far from old and gray. According to psychology professor James Pennebaker, people have always had an intimate connection with music,...