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


Dolce Vita to close doors by end of October

Liliana Hall October 11, 2018

While you’re saying your goodbyes to the chicken fried steak at Threadgill’s on West Riverside, start saying your goodbyes to Dolce Vita located in Hyde Park. The two beloved establishments...


Texas Ballroom offers creative, cultural outlook to students

Farah Merchant October 11, 2018

In high school, computer science junior Anthony Moeller entered the social dance world upon his dad’s recommendation. When he came to UT, he feared losing this part of his lifestyle. Thankfully,...


Ten square miles over millions of years, mapping Little Cayman Island formation

Isabella Anderson October 11, 2018

Tucked between tourist central Grand Cayman and less known Cayman Brac lies Little Cayman, which serves as a tropical record of the past, said Scarlette Hsia, geoscience graduate student. While the island...

Longhorns survive blown lead in road victory at TCU

Wills Layton October 4, 2018

Texas fans sat on the edges of their seats as No. 4 Texas found itself in a decisive fifth set against an unranked TCU team on the road. After blowing a two-match lead, the Longhorns clawed their way...

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One-child policy benefits female psychology, study shows

Emily Ibarra October 4, 2018

China’s one-child policy may have mental benefits for female born children, according to UT psychologist Toni Falbo. Evaluation results showed that singleton females described themselves as others...

Big 12 teams enter defining moments of season

Donnavan Smoot October 4, 2018

Conference play is starting to heat up in the Big 12. Although it's early, many teams already have big games coming on their schedules. Here's where some them stand right now: Texas The Longhorns...


Anthropos Arts provides free music mentorship opportunities to Austin youth

Liliana Hall October 4, 2018

In a music driven city, it is easy to get swallowed whole by the industry. Despite barriers young musicians face, the nonprofit organization Anthropos Arts does not want money to be an obstacle that prohibits...


Black Star Co-op: A brewpub owned by the community for the community

Celesia Smith October 4, 2018

Few businesses can sincerely claim to be community first, but Austin’s own Black Star Co-op does just that. Located at the intersection of Lamar and Airport Blvd., Black Star Co-op is the world’s...


Crêpe Crazy offers an unique community, perspective

Trinady Joslin October 4, 2018

Crêpe Crazy, a restaurant located on South Lamar, has a history as unique as its flavors. The restaurant was founded in 2014 by Vladimir and Inna Giterman, deaf immigrants from Russia and Ukraine...

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Netflix’s new “The Good Cop” provides easy, carefree watching

Noelle Henry October 4, 2018

Take a look into the life of a straight-arrow cop with a convicted criminal father … who also happens to be an ex-cop from the same police precinct. In Netflix’s latest detective show,...


SIMS Foundation provides mental health and addiction recovery to Austin music professionals

John Melendez October 4, 2018

When Delaney Gibson, one half of the Austin-based electro pop duo SIGNY, entered into a major depressive episode she could not get out of, she said she felt scared. Gibson picked up the phone and decided...


Being study subjects pays off, UT students say

Grace Dickens October 4, 2018

Participating as a study subject in a research opportunity doesn’t always mean you’re a lab rat. In fact, it can make your wallet fat. Many students across campus agree that volunteering as...