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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.

A selection of photos that were taken at Fun Fun Fun Fest 2013 at Auditorium Shores.

No new album, no new tour — releasing two new singles and playing Fun Fun Fun Fest is all the future activity The Impossibles have confirmed, for now.

In a dimly lit lounge, you listen to verses spoken in Middle English while nibbling away at your scrumptious bread pudding. 

UT journalism student Rachel Robillard dove into the summer fun that the Texas Rowing Center provides for Austinities for her Reporting: Words journalism class.

Special Editions Editor Alex Vickery breaks down what happened this past weekend at the Free Press Summer Festival in Houston.

Backyard barbecues, days by the pool or even a summer running playlist — we’ve all got those songs that seem to ooze sunscreen out of the speakers. We asked local musicians to share their ultimate summer soundtracks.

Get the scoop on which bands you won't want to miss during this year's Austin Psych Fest, from April 26 to 28.

UT Department of Textiles and Apparel Senior Lecturer Eve Nichols informs us about the academic study of fashion and how UT students will be involved in Austin Fashion Week.

Guest writer Chris Gilman from the Texas Travesty returns to Longhorn Life with this fake and laugh-inducing interview with Macklemore.

Austin Fashion Week features style-filled events and runway shows that feature both national and local designers, such as these four Austin-based fashionistas: Ross Bennett, Gail Chovan, Stephen Moser and Kendra Scott.

The Blanton is a great place to go when you need a quiet break on campus.

Austin Resource Recovery's Alexandria Bruton breaks down the bag ban and the community's reaction to its implementation.

Top Chef season three contestant Brian Malarkey teamed up with visionary James Brennan to create Searsucker, the upcoming addition to downtown's Warehouse District.

The Student Event Center's annual event returns with Chiddy Bang as the headliner.

Now that it's getting warmer, consult this guide and head into the wilderness for a camping adventure with your friends.

Flour and Vine replaces Hugo's Restaurant Y Tequila Bar and brings a 1920s flare to South Lamar.

Longhorns represented at the SXSW conference in a big way.

UT students weigh in on which fast food establishments they'd like to see on campus.

Here are the runners-up for each category in the UTmost Survey. Show them some love, too!

Right on the edge of campus, BC's caught the hearts — and lungs — of UT students.

Right around the corner from campus, Buffalo Exchange is where UT students go to add some vintage to their wardrobe.

Stubb's outdoor venue is a Longhorn-favorite spot to enjoy the aroma of fresh barbeque while watching your favorite band.

With Justin Timberlake and Grumpy Cat in attendance this past spring break, it's no wonder why Longhorn's picked SXSW as the best festival.