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Photographer reflects on time at Texan
December 4, 2014
Senior photographer Sarah Montgomery says goodbye to The Daily Texan
Wild Art | 10.21.14
October 20, 2014
Freshman guide to all the things you should do your first semester
August 3, 2014
Welcome, freshman. Your choice is simple: Go out and find yourself among the dozens of local coffee shops and small businesses this town has to offer, or stay in the cold, dark, damp loneliness that is your dorm room.
UT Through the Ages
June 30, 2014
As the Fourth of July approaches, The Daily Texan looks into the past to explore how major moments regarding civil liberties and freedom in American history have impacted UT.
Five adult things you should be doing now to manage your money
June 22, 2014
These steps will help you take control of your financial future.
PHOTOS: X Games - Day 3
June 11, 2014
Staff photos from Day 3 of X games at Circuit of the Americas.
First ever X Games Austin puts sports front and center
June 8, 2014
Arenas of ancient times featured gladiators fighting impossible odds for survival. This weekend, X Games Austin put forth its own modern gladiators.
PHOTOS: X Games - Day 2
June 7, 2014
Staff photos from Day 2 of X games at Circuit of the Americas.
Jimmy Wilkins became youngest skateboarder to win gold in vert X Games event
June 6, 2014
Jimmy Wilkins unexpectedly stole gold on Thursday night in the skateboard vert competition of X-Games Austin on Congress Avenue.
Leading Ladies: Apparel alum relocates to Haiti to create products and jobs
April 29, 2014
UT alum Chandler Busby had to make many adjustments after moving to Haiti, such as leaving the comforts of living in a developed nation behind for daily power outages and unreliable services.
Former Austin prepresser repairs, builds vintage Japanese motorcycles
April 24, 2014
The sound of revving motorcyle engines can be heard in a small alley off of Old Koenig Lane.
April 23, 2014
Leading Ladies: Amy Simmons of Amy’s Ice Creams puts customer service first
April 15, 2014
Amy's Ice Creams started when Amy Simmons, a premed student from Michigan, fell in love with ice cream.
A guide to planning your #CivilRightsSummit party
April 8, 2014
UT alumna founds high-profile event planning company
March 25, 2014
Cindy Lo’s days start early and end late. Between taking her children to and from field trips and meeting with CEOs of major companies to plan their next events, she squeezes in out-of-state-trips.
Female voices come to Austin for Women of the World Poetry Slam
March 19, 2014
For the seventh year in a row, 72 women from around the U.S. and Canada will gather in Austin to compete, using only their words and a stage.
Wes Anderson talks about premiere of “The Grand Budapest Hotel”
March 18, 2014
With quirky characters, colorful settings, speedy dialogue and a splash of melancholy, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” encompasses all of the tools director Wes Anderson uses in his films.
Attend all the SXSW events in style with our guide
March 9, 2014
Of the major events in Austin, SXSW is the most diverse — with everything from movie screenings to keynote speakers.
Renegade Craft Fair showcases small businesses from around the world during SXSW
March 7, 2014
The Renegade Craft Fair features a collection of artists and vendors who sell their work in cities across America.
Knitter reflects on making winter wear in Texas heat
March 3, 2014
Boxes of multicolored wool, geometric patterns and a giant machine with hundreds of small knitting hooks filled the sun room of Lorraine Murray’s small home.
Campus barbecue trailer changes name but not flavor
March 3, 2014
Steam escapes from the smoker as SLAB BBQ employee Rance Simpson takes out a piece of seasoned chicken and begins chopping it up with speed inside the small food truck.
Austin Art Garage founders reflect on growing art scene, maintaining Austin aesthetic
February 20, 2014
Down a small dirt path off South Lamar sits a metal building not much larger than two dorm rooms.
Local venues break Valentine’s Day norms
February 13, 2014
Valentine’s Day is a day for singles and couples to reflect on their relationship statuses and assess just how much chocolate is acceptable to consume in one 24-hour period.
John Green’s “The Fault in Our Stars” dedication gets published posthumously
January 28, 2014
On Thanksgiving Day 2009, 12-year-old Esther Earl was diagnosed with thyroid cancer after experiencing abnormal chest pain and fatigue.
Diamonds Are Evil jewelry company takes stand against diamonds
January 22, 2014
Two years ago, Texas A&M students Michael Murphy and Meredith Butler decided to start using scraps of wood from leftover architecture projects to make intricately designed pieces of jewelry.