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Pride in Pop

by Nick Sheppard Pop music has long been a space for LGBTQ artists to play with their identities. Some opted to hide their true selves in fear of commercial backlash (Liberace, Freddie Mercury); others drowned the stage in it like the incomparable David Bowie. Today, riding on the rainbow wave of support from people like […]

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Night At The Museum: The DMA Celebrates National Pride Month

by Mai Geller On the third Friday of every month, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) opens its doors till midnight, inviting the city to explore the museum well past its regular visiting hours. These “Late Nights,” each embracing a different theme, offer performances of live concerts, film screenings, and other programs set among the […]

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Print Issues

Dressing up Sensuality: The Costumes of “Call Me by Your Name”

by Nick Sheppard Photography by Alli Weitzel Stylist: Rebecca Wong HMUA: Viviana Torres Models: Hank Freeman, Grant Kanak “Call Me by Your Name”is a categorically gorgeous film. Directed by Luca Guadagnino, every shot is alluring, each bit of dialogue is enticing and the narrative is heart-wrenchingly romantic. Set in rural 1983 Italy, the precocious 17-year-old […]

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Remade: The Meaning of Makeovers on the Silver Screen

by Abigail Rosenthal Photography by Sissy Martin Stylist: Afzaa Prasla  HMUA: Mariah Becerra Models: Urvi Joshi, Bonnie McEnnis  In the 2001 film “The Princess Diaries,” Mia Thermopolis learns she is the princess of a European country through her dead father, tries to run from the responsibilities being a princess entails, and eventually triumphantly accepts the position, […]

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The 10 Most Insta-Worthy Murals in Austin

by Jennifer Ellis Along with live music and breakfast tacos, Austin, Texas is known for its murals. If you haven’t seen at least fifty Instagram posts in front of the iconic “I love you so much” mural, you’ve been living under a rock. With so many unique pieces of art and expression, it sometimes becomes […]

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travel

Here’s Your Guide to Traveling in Texas on a Budget

by Caitlin Rounds As a college student, I constantly find myself dealing with the urge to pack up and travel the world. However, finding the time and money are my two biggest challenges. Traveling doesn’t have to be expensive and it doesn’t have to mean leaving the state. Here are five affordable vacations and day […]

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Lindsay Stewart Won Dimension — And That’s Just the Beginning

by Joanne Xu Photography by Peter McCain Hair & Makeup by Jessica Teran Models: Gabby Tan, Ron Wayne, Ebanie Griffith, Haoqing Geng Lindsay Stewart strides into Starbucks right on time, somehow simultaneously looking like she threw on the first thing in her closet and deliberately calculated every part of the ensemble all at once. She’s made […]

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