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Student-run theater company produces interactive play
October 8, 2014
In an effort to challenge the typical theater format, UT’s Uh Theatre Company is capitalizing on audience participation in a new-immersive experience.
Column: The Beard Theory
September 26, 2014
Last semester, I fell in love with a beard. No, that isn’t a typo. I met a boy — let’s call him Harry — and I liked him solely for his well-trimmed facial hair.
Redefined Dance Company keeps hip-hop alive
September 15, 2014
Not far removed from the buffet lines of J2, a group of UT students learn the refined techniques of robotic dancing.
Student kayaking enthusiasts offer friendship and cake
September 10, 2014
Architecture juniors Joanne Koola and Zoe Brown have been recruiting students for their new student-run club — Canoeing and Kayaking Enthusiasts, better known as C.A.K.E.
Students shine on YouTube
September 7, 2014
Learn about UT students' alter egos as YouTube stars.
How to live on a student budget at UT
August 24, 2014
Making annual plans to survive on a ramen noodle, futon mattress, cheap thrills budget may be the biggest college cliche of all, but year after year it is something students tend to do incorrectly, especially at large urban universities like UT.
'Tower' shows 1966 shooting from ground
May 1, 2014
Most films about the 1966 UT Tower shooting focus on Charles Whitman, but “Tower” shifts the perspective to the people on the ground.
'Sewn on the Street' raises awareness with sweatshop art installation
April 21, 2014
While brainstorming for their next interactive art project, textile artists Rebecca Layton and Monika Jakubiak knew they wanted to create a space for discussion about where mass-produced clothes really come from: sweatshops.
Ghost Bikes disappearing around Austin
April 14, 2014
A white cross on the side of the road is a universal message of a fatal car crash, but, in Austin and several other cities around the country, a white painted bike is a memorial used to represent the death of a cyclist.
The Contemporary Austin hosts Five x Seven art sale
April 1, 2014
In most contemporary art galleries, the walls are lined with pieces of different mediums and dimensions, with the largest works competing for attention from visitors.
Social Cycling immerses cyclists on rides
April 1, 2014
Cycling groups in Austin were previously seen as exclusive.
SXSW authors to leave their mark at book signings
March 7, 2014
Authors from different professions are coming to SXSW Interactive to share their latest novels, covering topics from film creation to a take-over of technology.
Access Austin group helps UT students discover the city
February 25, 2014
While many students find themselves indoors, drifting between schoolwork and sleep, members of Access Austin, a new club at UT, are exploring Austin in search of the spark that makes this city memorable.
KUTX MapJam festival focuses on local acts
February 13, 2014
While most music festivals in Austin are filled with national touring artists, the second annual KUTX MapJam puts the spotlight on local acts.
New Charles Long exhibit incorporates almost all of the senses
February 9, 2014
While most artists focus on a singling in on one sense of the viewer, Charles Long allows the viewer to feel, touch, smell and hear his exhibit, CATALIN.
The Long Center’s Miracoco luminarium lights up Austin
January 27, 2014
For the third year in a row, the Long Center for Performing Arts and the Architects of Air are joining forces to bring together the Miracoco, the most elaborate, advanced luminarium so far.