Longhorn Life found sophomore pre-nursing student Tré Miles rocking an Etsy shirt and pants he cut from 21men. Miles easily put together an ensemble that was bound to turn heads by accessorizing his outfit with a hat from his former high school’s theatre department, Leighelena sunglasses and shoes from Target.
Since it’s getting a bit colder, nutrition and pre-pharmacy junior David Daramola carries around a beanie to keep warm. He carries spray deodorant, hand sanitizer, a hair brush and a few papers for school.
We have all encountered that one musical act that sticks with us because they use some sort of quirk or gimmick. From KISS’ face paint to Miley Cyrus’, well, you know, there are plenty of strange fashion choices to keep audiences entertained.
Mallory Hublein, a local band stylist, told Longhorn Life about the exciting and complex world of styling. One thing became clear very quickly: there’s no such thing as a typical day in the life of a band stylist.
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.
KVRX, UT’s student-run radio station, has always embraced their mission to play ‘none of the hits, all of the time.’ With multiple talk shows, DJs and blogs, KVRX is always eager to find new music and feature underground bands.
It’s become so commonplace that it actually has its own name: festival fashion. Events like Coachella and Austin City Limits are not in want of high-waisted denim and flower crowns, so Longhorn Life is here to help you break out of that festival fashion rut.
The organizers of Fun Fun Fun Fest proudly claim on their website that their festival caters to the “most passionate, underground and progressive musicians,” and for bands and hip-hop artists, this couldn’t be truer.
After having paid for tickets, festivalgoers still need to worry about transportation, food, drinks and late night shows. During this time, money tends to disappear, valuables get lost or rain ruins your belongings. Here are a couple tips that might improve the festival experience for both you and your wallet.
Stock up Before and After
There are at least two undeniable facts of any major music festival in Austin: people buy food at the festival because they get hungry, and food is more expensive at festivals than vendors outside.
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.