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

All content by Kenzie Kowalski

UT students, professors use podcasts as form of expression

Kenzie Kowalski May 8, 2019

Touching on topics from news to nutrition, podcasts provide an experience that can be both entertaining and educational.  Although podcasts used to be a practice left to professionals, it is quickly...


4 Austin spots offer students with self-care options

Kenzie Kowalski April 30, 2019

With finals approaching, students are burdened by stress and psychological angst. Many students rely on self-care to make it through tough times, but self-care can get repetitive and boring. To get ahead...

DOGE_fostering dogs Courtesy of Brianna Hungate

UT students help pets find furr-ever homes

Kenzie Kowalski April 25, 2019

Time is a valuable commodity in college, but some UT students are giving back to the community by spending their free time fostering animals. To alleviate overflow and sickness strain on shelters, some...

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‘The Perfect Date’ redefines romantic comedies

Kenzie Kowalski April 15, 2019

Viewers will watch “The Perfect Date” for Noah Centineo, but they’ll stick around for the refreshing societal commentary and unique storyline. “The Perfect Date” is a new...


UT students swing into spring

Kenzie Kowalski April 5, 2019

Austin is a city typically associated with current trends, but classic art forms continue to thrive among the new. Since its rise in popularity in the 1930s, swing dancing has maintained its popularity...


UT student Heath Massery takes motto ‘no shoes, no problem’ seriously

Kenzie Kowalski March 27, 2019

For most, socks and shoes are essential to making an outfit pop and protecting feet from the harsh Texas elements.   Linguistics and philosophy sophomore Heath Massery hasn’t worn shoes for...

Q&A: Mindy Scheier previews SXSW talk on adaptive clothing

Kenzie Kowalski March 8, 2019

Mindy Scheier’s son Oliver wanted to wear jeans to school just like everyone else, but due to his rare form of muscular dystrophy, finding jeans that would work for his body was nearly impossible.  Seeking...

Barx Sox Courtesy of Kathy Nguyen

UT alumni sock company barks up the right tree

Kenzie Kowalski February 25, 2019

University of Texas class of 2014 alumni Bruno Veiga and David Nam always wanted to leave their mark on the world, and found their niche in an unexpected market. BARX SOX was founded in 2017 and produces...


Offline Dating: Couples find love in UT organizations

Kenzie Kowalski February 18, 2019

Online dating is quickly becoming the norm, and due to the proliferation of niche dating apps, meeting someone in real life might seem nearly impossible. However, three UT couples prove that meet-cutes...


Anti-abortion feminists look beyond ‘pro-life,’ ‘pro-choice’ labels

Kenzie Kowalski February 11, 2019

Despite their different views on abortion, many students and women say they can find feminism in both anti-abortion and abortion rights advocacy work. Many women find themselves torn between the cohorts...

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