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June 18, 2014
How to start thinking about study abroad
June 8, 2014
Studying abroad may seem far away, but getting a head start on scholarship searches, visa applications and a list of must-try foods will help make your life easier when it comes time to actually go abroad. Living in a foreign country is an amazing experience, but life still happens, so start planning early.
Campus Characters: French and history senior Dylan Jones spends time downtown as a pedicab driver
April 28, 2014
The pulse of downtown escalated as bar-hoppers filled the streets and the dinner music of nearby bars and lounges faded into a chorus of club beats.
Local photographer captures ‘The Many Faces of Humanity’
April 22, 2014
After retiring in 1977, Austin-based socio-anthropologist Amnon Orent decided to travel the world and visit the places he had only discussed in classes.
Texas VegFest will educate about plant-based living
April 4, 2014
After learning about several vegetarian and vegan food festivals in Dallas and Houston, Adrienne Lusk and her friends decided it was time to create one in Austin.
UT student Randi Mabry’s art installation tells story of her German family history
March 20, 2014
Faded family portraits hang off of white wallpaper covered in pictures of strawberry plants.
The Daily Texan sits down with documentary filmmaker John Fiege
March 6, 2014
In an effort to raise awareness about how oil production affects the environment, filmmaker John Fiege headed to East Texas to document several locals who are trying to stop the building of a major oil pipeline.
UT students put on production of “The Vagina Monologues”
February 27, 2014
In an effort to raise money and awareness for women who are victims of violence, UT social work student Caroline Traylor decided to direct and produce a play.
VAC symposium will discuss the role of art collecting in art history
February 20, 2014
Collecting art is more than a hobby or financial investment — personal collections often contain works by underrepresented artists.
Students shed light on African-American history in new Black History Month program
February 13, 2014
February marks the remembrance of African-American history in the United States, and up until this year, UT didn’t have a celebration solely devoted to Black History Month.
Alexandre Renoir gives traditional art a contemporary twist
February 7, 2014
It isn’t hard to tell that Alexandre Renoir’s brightly colored landscapes and vivid florals come from a long-standing family tradition of impressionism.
Symbol and Allegory: Blanton Museum’s tour through hidden secrets of art
January 23, 2014
Some pieces of art are easy to understand, but others have secret symbols and meanings hidden within them.