Hilltop Views

Top ten spots to watch the World Series

Jacob Sanchez

October 26, 2015

Don’t feel like rooting for either the New York Mets or Kansas City Royals alone in your apartment or dorm room during the World Series? Check out one of the following 10 spots to watch the World Series. Third Base While you w...

Historic restaurant a go-to for any meal

Staff Writer

April 19, 2015

If you want to sound extra Austin-savvy to your friends, tell them you’ve been to a restaurant so historic that it appears on Austin’s first-ever hand-drawn map.Cenote, a trendy neighborhood café located in East Austin, ...

The best stuffing about Thanksgiving

Staff Writer

November 14, 2014

Thanksgiving began as a way to thank the Native Americans for helping the less than adequate pilgrims figure out how to feed themselves. It continued throughout our history slowly losing its meaning and becoming a holiday devo...

Accepting Topper Tender long, difficult process for businesses

Print Editor-in-Chief

September 15, 2014

Students have been hoping for more off-campus businesses to begin accepting Topper Tender. Despite their wishes, students do not realize that the process is much more intensive than signing up for it.  For example, one rest...

Food trucks far from dead after forced relocation from South Congress


September 14, 2014

South Congress food trucks are a symbol of nostalgia for the class of 2015. The food trucks were informed in fall of 2012 that they would have to move out by May 25, 2013, to allow space for the construction of South Congress Hot...

End of year party doubles as finals study break


April 16, 2014

Roughly seven months have passed since Hillfest, the St. Edward’s campus event in which students enjoyed free food, carnival rides, music, games and pictures with Pax the hilltopper. It is about time that students take a break f...

Focus on local food limits meal options

Staff Writer

November 13, 2013

St. Edward's students have a lot to say about food on campus. Many students, including me, complain that they are tired of the same options week in and week out.This semester alone, I lost count of how many salads I have eaten just...

Low-income families will suffer from food stamp budget cuts

Video Editor

October 8, 2013

This past month Republicans in the House passed a bill that if passed by the Senate would cut nearly $40 billion in funding from the federal SNAP program. Half of the funding would be cut causing 3 million families to lose all ...

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