Hilltop Views

10FEATURE

April 16, 2018

Filed under News

The sciences are highly respected in Germany, which is what drew junior Analise Roth-Rodriguez to the Research Internships in Science and Engineering (RISE) program through the German Academic Exchange Service known in German...

Workout Songs

Aldo Martinez

April 17, 2017

Filed under Sports

Workout Songs for that Summer body Need a motivation boost when working out? Can’t find the playlist that works for you? Well here are 30 songs that will get you through your cardio routine or morning run. “R - Cali” by ...

Camp counselor’s first tattoo inspired by pivotal summer work experience

Reporter

September 18, 2015

Filed under Life And Arts

Junior Caitlin Laughlin recently got her first tattoo, inspired by her time working at Akron Rotary Camp for children and adults with special needs.Laughlin has worked at the camp for almost three years now, and recently got ...

Austinites prepare: Winter is coming

Staff Writer

September 18, 2015

Filed under Life And Arts

Even though Texas still has a few months before the weather changes 30 degrees within a matter of days (more like hours), winter is coming and there are countless amounts of places in Austin that either shut down or are too b...

LIPGLOSS: Dates for the brief window of time when the weather won’t kill you

Staff Blogger

March 27, 2014

Filed under Blogs, Blogs / Columns, Viewpoints / Columns

Texans are wimps when it comes to cold weather. It's kind of a given. Some of us, though, are also wimps when it comes to hot weather. This includes me. With Easy Bake Oven weather on the horizon and the blustery winter finally p...

Staff Pick: Favorite Summer Albums

September 10, 2013

Filed under Life And Arts, Life And Arts / Music

OK, so A Song Across Wires was technically released mid-August, but let’s not get hung up on semantics. Brian Transeau, in my mind, deserves a lot more praise and acclaim than he’s had since dance music went vogue. Put it ...

West Nile virus cases in Texas present ongoing health risks

Editor

October 9, 2012

Filed under News

After another blistering summer, Austin recently received some much needed rain. However, with rain and cooler temperatures comes the perfect breeding conditions for mosquitos. Typically, mosquitos are nothing more than annoy...

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