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The Making of Dimension

by Daniela Perez & Paddy Ghaemi It’s 11:53 PM on April 17th; Tuesday is about to turn into Wednesday. Students at the University of Texas at Austin students are about to turn in to sleep. And simultaneously, spectacular fabrics are being turned into finalized garments. The sound of sewing machines and tired laughter flow through […]

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An Earthly Love Affair: An Interview with Victoria Jameson

by Carson Blair Close your eyes. Imagine light squeezing through ocean blue waves and shining a spotlight on the unique creatures of the sea. Imagine green hills rolling like an old movie reel: grainy, classic and everlasting. Mountains extend their reach to the sky, blooming with fluorescent flowers at the ground equipped with dream-like snow […]

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#sparktravels: Caprock Canyons: Where the Buffalo Roam

by Carson Blair It’s 4 am. I’m foggy eyed, exhausted to the core and my brain does not recognize the chilling darkness as morning. Yet, I get up — as excited and wide-eyed as one can be at the first dawn of day, for I am yearning for pure adventure. I prance outside to chilly weather, immediately […]

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The Reinvention of Poetry in the Digital Age

by Niti Majethia Graphics by Esther Shin There’s no formula for what makes a good poem. Because you see, there are so many different factors that influence the form of poetry. As time evolves, people change, technology grows and thinking progresses — the way something is presented may change, contexts may change, formats may evolve, […]

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Monochromatic Style: Get The Most Compliments Doing The Least

by Elizabeth Nguyen Photography by Katherine Perks Elizabeth Nguyen takes on the monochromatic outfit challenge one school week to wear one color head-to-toe instead of the usual outfit of t-shirts and leggings to learn how to style and feel better in class in great outfits I have run into too many cute people while looking […]

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TEDx Reponse: Introverts + Activism in Austin

by Natalie Berry Graphics by Rachel Efruss Activism is an assertive word that breeds associations with bra-burning marchers and crowds screaming at the top of their lungs. But that’s not truly correct. A lot of the headway that activists have achieved is through quiet, diligent actions. There is definitely a place for introverts in activism, […]

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To the Moon Bus: The Store on Wheels

by: Caitlin Rounds Photos by: Julia Soniat Creative edits by: Jasmy Liu Caitlan Lochridge is a local female entrepreneur and owner of To the Moon Bus, a mobile store featuring art, clothing, home décor and more from local vendors. According to Lochridge, working in retail for several years and her passion for traveling inspired her […]

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