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Who Let the Dogs Out?: ‘Isle of Dogs’ continues Anderson’s stop motion journey

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March 19, 2018

When it comes to Wes Anderson, viewers come for his mastery of cinematography and aesthetics, but they stay for his realistic characters and entertaining yet heartwarming storylines. His much anticipated film “Isle of Dogs...

New Year, New Movies: 8 films to look out for in 2018

@SaintCanaan

January 29, 2018

As we hope and pray 2018 will be a reprieve from the chaos and uncertainty of the past year, I would like to propose something hopeful: film. 2018 is loaded full of promising and interesting film releases, and here are eight (in ...

St. Edward’s freshman accepts award from First Lady, represents Mexic-Arte Museum

Amanda Gonzalez

December 6, 2016

If you had the opportunity to meet the First Lady of the United States, what would you say?Freshman Kassey Rocha traveled to Washington Nov. 14-15 to accept a 2016 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award from Michelle Obama...

ACL Feature: Local Austin musician uses music to express activism

Lilli Hime

October 12, 2016

Gina Chavez is a Latin folk musician known for her social activism and unique blend of different genres of music, ranging from reggaeton to cumbia. Hilltop Views got an exclusive interview at the Austin City Limits Music Festiva...

Humans of St. Edwards: Maria Cardona

April 15, 2016

My major is Global Studies. I wanted to do math as a minor, but I didn't have enough time for that.My passion is traveling the world. I haven't gone everywhere that I would like to yet, but I am working on it. I love all different...

Asia Pacific University students experience Austin’s ‘outgoing’ community

Myrka Moreno

March 28, 2016

Haruno Yamauchi, Nono Ueda and Ryosuke “Sako” Mizusako are all Japanese students who are currently part of the St. Edward’s University/Asia Pacific University (APU) program. The program brings 21 high school graduates from Japan ...

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