Hilltop Views

Fine Arts Gallery exhibits pieces that are alive

Staff Writer

September 18, 2012

Filed under Life And Arts

The devastation of Hurricane Katrina is still evident in Mississippi seven years since it first reached land. Taken from him his home, work and friends, Jeff Schmuki, artist and current professor at Georgia Southern University, ...

70’s cult horror film terrifies, intrigues and raises questions

Reporter

September 18, 2012

Filed under Life And Arts, Life And Arts / Movies, Life And Arts Movies Flix

Weekly ‘Flix Fix takes the legwork out of wading through thousands of film choices on Netflix, bringing you the most truly bizarre, quirky and outright amazing gems instant streaming has to offer. “The Baby,” released in ...

Culinary celebrity Anthony Bourdain gets a taste of Austin

Reporter

September 18, 2012

Filed under Life And Arts, Life And Arts / Food

During a recent episode of “No Reservations, ”Anthony Bourdain said a “hipster apocalypse” hit Austin. Bourdain kicked off the final season of his award-winning show “No Reservations” in Austin during the South by South...

South Korean rapper PSY entertains America Gangnam Style

Life & Arts Editor

September 18, 2012

Filed under Life And Arts, Life And Arts / Music

The world, or at least the United States, was unprepared when South Korean rapper PSY unleashed “Gangnam Style” on the world. Published on Youtube on July 15, PSY’s music video for his hit single “Gangnam Style” has ...

Two former students tie the knot in the chapel

September 11, 2012

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Family and friends gathered on the St. Edward’s University campus to attend the wedding ceremony of Marett Hanes and Steven Stern, both St. Edward’s graduates. The wedding was held Sept. 1 in Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel....

Transit stages original works and classical adaptations

Staff Writer

September 10, 2012

Filed under Life And Arts

All the world, or at least St. Edward’s University, is a stage to the students involved in the Transit Theatre Troupe. This semester the five year-old Troupe will continue performing rarely-produced theatre that involves theat...

Alumnus Matt Hines speaks on ACL, success and St. Ed’s

Life & Arts Editor

September 10, 2012

Filed under Life And Arts, Life And Arts / Music

The Eastern Sea, who played at this year’s Hillfest is not only a local favorite.  The band, led by St. Edward’s graduate Matthew Hines, has become a national indie music phenomenon and will be performing  at the Austin City ...

Video: ACL Wrap-up

Video: ACL Wrap-up

October 3, 2009

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