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Guneez Ibrahim Discusses Diversity, Leadership at Saturday’s TEDxUTAustin
For its 2019 conference “Origins of Tomorrow,” which takes place Saturday (April 6), the TEDxUTAustin team sought speakers at the University of Texas to address sustainability and innovation, including senior Sociology and Design major Guneez Ibrahim, who made waves in 2018 during UT’s Student Government elections.

3:40PM Thu. Apr. 4, Alex Puente Read More | Comment »

12:15PM Tue. Apr. 2, Lilli Hime Read More | Comment »

Travis D.A. Seeks a Roadblock in Sexual Assault Suit
U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel will hold a second hearing today (Tue., April 2) in the ongoing sexual assault class action lawsuit.

10:10AM Tue. Apr. 2, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

UT Releases Convention Center Study
On Tuesday morning at 9am, City Council will hold a special called meeting (at the Central Library) for the formal presentation of “Frameworks for Placemaking,” prepared by UT-Austin’s Center for Sustainable Development. The 295-page report, released March 29, is available here.

10:00AM Mon. Apr. 1, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Meeting Highlights Opposition to Riverside Development
Wednesday evening, March 27, city staff hosted a “community meeting” concerning the major redevelopment proposed for Riverside Drive/South Pleasant Valley Road. The event, held at the Boyd Vance Theatre of the Carver Museum, generated much more heat than light concerning the project, and those who spoke were unanimous in their opposition.

9:00AM Fri. Mar. 29, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Sweeping Religious Freedom Bill Heads to Senate
Not with a toilet flush, but with a whimper, the Senate State Affairs Committee sent a sweeping religious refusal bill to the full Senate Monday evening, March 25, after several hours of testimony from Texas residents, social workers, lawyers, and numerous members of the clergy.

7:00AM Tue. Mar. 26, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

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Ann Howard Kicks Off Commissioner Campaign
The 2020 party primaries may be a year away, but not only presidential wannabes are massing at the starting line. On Sunday, Ann Howard, currently director of the End Community Homelessness Coalition, officially began her campaign for the Travis County Commissioners Court, Precinct 3.

2:00PM Mon. Mar. 25, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Austin Bat Cave Panel Dissects the Blurring of Journalism and Activism
DeRay Mckesson, a leader of the Black Lives Matter movement and co-founder of Pod Save the People, joined The Washington Post’s Ann Gerhart and Alexa Ura of The Texas Tribune on Wednesday, March 20, as part of Austin Bat Cave’s three-day journalism workshop for high school students.

11:45AM Thu. Mar. 21, Lilli Hime Read More | Comment »

Spider House Legal Battle to Continue
John Dorgan’s lawsuit against his former Spider House Cafe and Ballroom employee Jeremy Rogers will continue – in part – toward a potential trial.

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