March 28, 2018
Although some may question the wisdom of handing out “participation trophies,” Cindy and Bo Kelly, owners of Hill Country Trophy in San Marcos, say recognizing children for their efforts is a rewarding part of their work.
November 6, 2017
Cat sisters and Houston natives Jamie and Alice had an uncertain future when their apartment was flooded during Hurricane Harvey. Until, however, a human from Austin took them in to her home.
October 18, 2017
In between classes, homework and her other obligations as a student, UT Austin radio-television-film senior Haley Morales has one more responsibility on which she must spend her time: either taking care of her four-month-old son, Hunter, or finding someone to look after him.
November 8, 2016
When economics junior Joy Youwakim was growing up, she grew tired of being told to eat everything on her plate because people elsewhere were starving.
“It’s ridiculous that it’s 2016, and there are still people that are hungry in the world, especially when we produce enough,” Youwakim said.
May 6, 2016
Take a glimpse into the life of an Austin drag queen.
April 29, 2016
Game developer, level designer, 3D-modeler: senior Christina Curlee is not your average studio art major.
Curlee builds art games — games that are focused on showing concepts or aesthetic ideas — more than entertainment.
March 4, 2016
UT nursing graduate student Janet Morrison has spent hundreds of hours helping multiple sclerosis patients improve their quality of life.
The American Association of Colleges of Nursing recognized her hard work this February when she was named Emerging Scientist of the Month.
February 19, 2016
Most people wouldn’t make a connection between theatrical design and airplanes. For Andrew Carson, however, combining the two fields offered a solution to a tiresome problem.
March 11, 2015
Through an old-looking wooden gate, normally-dressed crowds of normal people enter what seems like a different world, or at least a different era. Between the modern-looking patrons are people of all ages dressed in suits of armor, pirate outfits and all manner of odd medieval costumes. Outdated expressions such as “my lady” and “in sooth” are flung across the grounds between passersby, and merchants try to steal the attention of potential customers to their tents and booths of hand-crafted trinkets and period-style clothing.