As the temperature rises and the number of class days diminishes, more and more students can be seen enjoying outdoor activities. From sedentary acts like lying in a hammock to more active pastimes like throwing a Frisbee, warm weather fun runs the gamut of student interests. Here are a few students we spotted enjoying the summer weather.
What is estimated will be a crowd of at least 20,000 people from across the country have begun to descend upon little, ole’ Austin for the South by Southwest Music festival that kicks off today. And more and more each year, Austin’s unique style and sense of fashion is gaining recognition.
While the weather outside is definitely not frightful just yet, Longhorn Life was able to catch some fellow students sporting a preview of their fashionable winter-wear during what we worry might be Austin’s shortest winter ever.
Celebrated for more than 3,000 years in China, the Mid-Autumn Festival —or Mood Festival marks the end of the fall harvest and the fullness of the moon. To carry on the long-lasting tradition and to promote their passion for Chinese culture to the Austin community, students from UT's Chinese Students and Scholars Association hosted the Mid-Autumn Festival Gala.