• Architecture Windows

    Batli Joselevitz | Daily Texan Staff

    Sophia Benner, a community and regional planning graduate student, takes a lunch break in the shade behind the architecture building Wednesday afternoon.

  • South Congress Mirror, Main Building Reading, Free Week of Dance

    Erin Dooner and her son Elliot, 2, walk past an antique shop on South Congress on Monday afternoon.

    Fanny Trang | Daily Texan Staff


    A woman reads a book outside of the main building Monday afternoon.

    Lully Kuo | Daily Texan Staff


    Biology senior Liz Brackett and Architecture senior Jacob Greene, show off their dance skills during the "Free Week of Dance" lessons hosted by the Texas Ballroom Dance Club, Monday.

    Victoria Montalvo | Daily Texan Staff

  • White Balloons

    Mary Kang | Daily Texan Staff

    Maria Arellano decorates the courtyard of Wild Flower apartment complex, located on North Lamar Boulevard, to celebrate communion of children for her Catholic church members on Saturday afternoon.

  • Allens Boots

    Mary Kang | Daily Texan Staff

    Ian A. Weinstein from Vermont walks in front of Allens Boots on South Congress on Thursday afternoon. Weinstein often walks around Austin and plays music.


  • Man Up BBQ's Gettin' Sauced Festival

    Ryan Edwards | Daily Texan Staff

    Man Up BBQ’s second annual Gettin’ Sauced festival is this Saturday and features over 120 different sauces from around the country. Hosted by Austin’s Independence Brewing Company, the outdoor festival features live music, prizes and the opportunity to buy the sauces entered in the contest. One team partaking in the festival is Black's Barbeque, a family owned business base out of Lockhart, Texas. Featured above, Edgar and Barret Black check the meat to see if it is ready to sell. The Black's first started making BBQ sauce at the request of northerners coming down south to escape the snow. Norma Jean Black, Edgar's wife, said that traditionally Texans did not use sauce when cooking their BBQ. She created her own recipe from scratch that still remains the signature sauce of the establishment. Barret Black plans to prepare around nine variations on his grandmother's original recipe for the festival.  -Aleksander Chan & Ryan Edwards