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Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

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CS Roadshow officers (clockwise from top left) Allen Ting, David Tang, Kunal Mody, Peyton Ausburn, Sujitha Seenivasan, Faiza Rahman, Taara Bhaskaruni and Letizia Fazzini stand in front of the Gates-Dell Complex on Tuesday.

Traveling ‘roadshow’ ignites students’ curiosity in computer science

Sabrina Ye, General Life&Arts Reporter February 15, 2024

Light boards spring to life with vibrant patterns, igniting the curiosity of a group of middle schoolers and immersing them in a captivating demonstration. Prior to this display, the students discovered...

Community members attend the Visual Arts Center’s grand opening for the RRK Collection: Wood Type on Jan. 26, 2024.

Visual Arts Center features students’ wood type projects

Sabrina Ye, General Life&Arts Reporter January 28, 2024

Arranging wooden letter blocks, students in the design studio skillfully lay out their desired pattern. This creative process unfolds as a sheet of paper rolls through the carefully arranged blocks, resulting...

Ava Bozic with some of her currently available jewelry at the Blanton Museum Store on January 19, 2024.

Freshman’s small business ‘Fun Fashions’ to benefit children’s futures

Sabrina Ye, General Life&Arts Reporter January 22, 2024

When Ava Bozic first started selling jewelry at her lemonade stand in sixth grade, she never expected she would eventually raise enough money to financially adopt eight children. Her handmade products...

Beauties and the Beat, a real-life ‘Pitch Perfect’

Beauties and the Beat, a real-life ‘Pitch Perfect’

Sabrina Ye, General Life&Arts Reporter January 18, 2024

In a harmonious crescendo of talent and determination, the countdown to the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella has officially begun for one UT group. During their rehearsals, the members...

Book lovers turn their friendship, passion for reading into podcast

Book lovers turn their friendship, passion for reading into podcast

Sabrina Ye, General Life&Arts Reporter November 27, 2023

The story behind the “Girls Reading Books” podcast features spontaneous decisions, lasting friendships and a love for books. United by their common interest, three friends embarked on a journey this...

Tomoko Hetherington teaches Japanese calligraphy in the EP Schoch Building to Senior Japanese and Math major Samuel Davila-Vega on Nov. 7, 2023. While this was not Davila-Vega’s first time learning, it was for many others.

Author spreads Japanese culture through calligraphy lessons

Sabrina Ye, General Life&Arts Reporter November 12, 2023

In an age of digitalization, Tomoko Hetherington firmly believes a brush conveys a message more profoundly than a keyboard can. The local author holds a deep appreciation for hand-written works and hopes...

Native American Heritage Month in Austin

Native American Heritage Month in Austin

Sabrina Ye, General Life&Arts Reporter November 7, 2023

In 1990, Congress officially designated the month of November as National Native American Heritage Month. Marked to formally acknowledge the important contributions of Native people and their tribal land,...

Naomi Hamm an early childhood education junior with Teachers of Tomorrow, hands out candy during Longhorn halloween on Speedway on Oct. 29, 2023.

Teachers of Tomorrow connect with kids at Longhorn Halloween

Sabrina Ye, General Life&Arts Reporter November 2, 2023

Children chatter with anticipation as they watch HookEm, donned in a spooky ghost costume, make his way around campus. On Sunday, UT organized Longhorn Halloween for the children of the Longhorn community,...

Harshith Sadhu, Abhinav Tiruveedhula and Armaan Chadha display their phone application UT Dining inside J2 Dining on Oct. 23, 2023.

UT Dining app makes menus more accessible to students

Sabrina Ye, General Life&Arts Reporter October 27, 2023

In the early hours of the morning, a filmmaker, a business major and a computer scientist gather around the soft glow of a laptop trying to find the dining hall menu. Recognizing the inconvenience of dining...

Taylor Swift’s 10 best vault tracks

Taylor Swift’s 10 best vault tracks

Sabrina Ye, General Life&Arts Reporter October 1, 2023

Taylor Swift brands her re-recorded albums as "Taylor's Version," treating fans to previously unreleased songs metaphorically locked inside her vault. As she re-releases her albums, Swift records buried...

RTF freshman’s film ‘IMG_8099’ portrays eating disorders, reflects her personal life

RTF freshman’s film ‘IMG_8099’ portrays eating disorders, reflects her personal life

Sabrina Ye, General Life&Arts Reporter September 28, 2023

Content warning: This article heavily features mentions of eating disorders Ana Yanez hates being seen while crying. She never expected she would be bawling her eyes out in front of a camera. The University...

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