Bob Bullock Museum – Things to do Over the Break

Winter Break is coming, and for those of you who are not planning on going home for the holidays, or are already from the Austin area, there are a number of Austin attractions to keep you entertained. One of these is the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum located right off of MLK just South […]

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Mozarts – Study in Peace

With finals coming up, outlets at the PCL will soon be impossible to snag. Why not try going off campus away from the dimly lit libraries and catch a breath of fresh air at Mozart’s Coffee Roaster Cafe? Located right off Lake Austin, its scenic view is almost as great as its coffee. At night […]

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Tourists Guide of Zilker Park

Zilker Metropolitan Park is considered “Austin’s most-loved park.” This 351-acre park is home to a variety of recreation opportunities and special events for individuals and families. ¬†Zilker Park is a great place to go with friends and family to do all sorts of things (run, hike, relax, etc.). It is also the home to famous […]

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Thanksgiving Cheer

The best way to get an early taste of Thanksgiving is with Hopdoddy’s Thanksgiving on a Bun – complete with “Homemade Cornbread Stuffing, Ginger Cranberry Chutney, Turkey Patty with Sage Pesto, Gouda Cheese, Bacon Brussels Sprouts Salad, Egg Bun.”

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Do You Even Food Truck?

Coming from a land very far far away, I unfortunately came to school with a very negative perception of food trucks. ¬†Essentially to make a long story short, I was trained to believe that they were gross, super unhealthy roach feeders with a mixed scent of sweat, salt and maybe a little gasoline. Of course […]

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Thirsty Thursday

In honor of college night, why not try heading on down to 6th Street for a stress-free (and school-free) time! Austin’s own version of New Orlean’s Bourbon Street, 6th Street is lined with all types of bars. The Blind Pig, Cheers, Burnsides, Peckerheads, The Lodge… everyone a great places to meet up with friends and […]

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