Hilltop Views

Valentine’s Day proves to be a good excuse to binge some Netflix

@myrkitty

February 13, 2017

Valentine’s Day is here and whether you celebrate it or not, it’s difficult to choose the right thing to watch that fits your mood. There are always romantic comedy classics like “10 Things I Hate About You” or “Clu...

New film of muscian’s love story breaks expectations of traditional romantic comedies

Dustin Gebel

October 28, 2016

 “Begin Again” explores whether a song can save a soul. The 2013 film centers around two musicians who fall in love after experiencing deep despair. “Begin Again” is written and directed by John Carney, starring Mar...

Professor Ev Lunning Jr- ONLINE ONLY

Gabrielle Wilkosz

April 22, 2016

Assistant Professor of Theater Arts Ev Lunning, Jr. is retiring this spring after a fruitful, lively career. Actor, director, musician, athlete and educator, Lunning will continue to visit campus and stay involved. Before his...

Professor Ev Lunning, Jr- PRINT ONLY

Gabrielle Wilkosz

April 22, 2016

Assistant Professor of Theater Arts Ev Lunning, Jr. is retiring this spring after a fruitful, lively career. Actor, director, musician, athlete and educator, Lunning will continue to visit campus and stay involved. Before his fin...

A couple walks across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York on Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016, during a powerful weekend storm blanketing the East Coast in snow. (Carolyn Cole/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Whiteout Climate Change

January 29, 2016

‘Mad Men’ on Netflix provides drama, romance, peek into lives of ‘ad men’

Laura Irwin

January 21, 2016

With the start of the New Year, many like-minded people have begun to participate in an exciting and challenging ritual: making New Year’s resolutions. Many of these promises consist of bettering oneself by eating healthier or e...

MoPac Improvement Project runs over poor Austinites

Gabrielle Wilkosz

November 16, 2015

Since it was first announced in October 2010, Austinites have hotly debated the MoPac Improvement Project and the impacts it could have on the fourth-most congested city in the country.The project, which is over a year behind...

Graffitist tags New York City with divisive political commentary

Reporter

October 30, 2013

Imagine an art show that uses walls rather than canvases. Now imagine art pieces displayed up and down the streets of New York City. Graffiti is not an uncommon sight in New York, but this is much more than graffiti. It is street a...

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