The hostel sits on top of Thai Noodle House, located right across the street from the UT campus, and doubles as a gallery for aspiring artists. Andy Ward, 2011 UT alumnus and owner of Drifter Jack’s, opened the hostel in early October 2013, right in time for the Austin City Limits Music Festival.
The diamond necklace option might not be for you if it’s only two weeks into a relationship. Luckily for you, Longhorn Life has put together a collective of things to consider before breaking out the big bucks for Valentine’s Day.
Some might argue that marriage is a dangerous thing for young couples. Others argue that when true love finds you, taking the next step in a relationship comes naturally. When it comes to love, is there a right or wrong?
Donations to non-profit organizations during the holiday season make a huge impact on the less-fortunate, and it’s important to count our blessings, keep our lives in perspective, and make time for the underprivileged in any way we can.
Fun Fun Fun Fest officials have created a scavenger hunt that occurs in cities throughout Texas, allowing the winners to receive Ultimate Smooth Passes for first place, three-day passes for second place, one-day passes for third place and Mohawk concert tickets for fourth. Here's what happened.
Few students recognize the niche of athletes on our campus that participate in one of the most awe-inspiring, leg thrashing, feet blistering, lung torturing sports known to man-kind: the ultramarathon.
The ideology behind Aikido is unlike any other martial art.
While some students in the advanced class certainly can toss each other around to get out of messy situations, they also learn the basics of staying both physically and mentally safe and how to embody this philosophy — one that fosters “a sense of loving protection for all living things,” as James Goeman, a local Aikido instructor, described.
Whether you head to a local studio or practice with UT Aikido Club, you will learn valuable tactics that extend further than mere physical strength.