El Arroyo is probably one of the best places to go for a margarita and chips & queso. But, it’s even more well-known for their signs they put up daily. We’ve hand-picked our favorites.
1.) Welcome to Austin.
This should replace our population sign as you come into town.
2.) Soy Milk.
I can’t. No puedo.
Black Swan should have queso, tho.
4.) Oh, Willie.
Always live up to them.
Austin aerial photographer Christopher Sherman runs Over Austin, which takes a spectacular look at our beloved city (and university) from above utilizing a drone.
We’ve compiled a list of our favorite shots! Check them out.
18.) Looking west toward Downtown Austin
17.) The State Capitol
Dark and ominous but beautiful.
16.) Downtown after sunset
Seriously, those lights.
15.) Sixth Street during SXSW
What starts here is forgotten tomorrow.
14.) ACL Fest
I’m ready. Let’s do this.
13.) Pennybacker Bridge from above
Whatever, San Francisco.
Amazon launched its one-hour delivery service in Austin today for Prime members in select zip codes (UT’s 78712 & West Campus’ 78705 being a few of them). So, to make things easier for your hangover days, we’ve compiled a list of things you can buy and get delivered straight to your door step.
Our personal favorite? Cinnamon Toast Crunch, mothafuckas!
Where the hell is the salsa?
8.) Party Masks
Maybe the frat bros can use these instead of dressing up like Mexicans?
7.) Toilet Paper
You’re going to have to wait at least an hour to take that shit.
You’re also going to have to wait at least an hour to have sex.
It’s official. Shaka Smart has been named as Texas’ newest basketball coach, following Rick Barnes’ firing just last week.
Shaka Smart comes to us from VCU and has also been given the title of having the coolest name ever in the history of coaches.
Welcome, Coach Smart.
Apparently, strippers won’t keep you in Richmond. Welcome to the land of BBQ!
Austin is known as a lively and innovative city with a unique atmosphere. When students aren’t studying at one of UT Austin’s beautiful libraries, they’re enjoying the area’s numerous natural swimming holes or shopping the quirky 2nd Street District. Not to mention Austin’s notorious music and arts scene, which culminates each March in the South by Southwest (SXSW) Festival.
KUT posted an awesome video from timelapse videographer and UT aerospace engineering Ph.D. candidate Andrew Takano. The interview mentions something really awesome about the whole thing:
He doesn’t have specialty equipment. He just uses a tripod and does a lot of work in post-production.
Though he says it’s hard to keep track, Takano estimates that he spent “around 300 hours” producing this latest video.
You can read the rest of the interview here.
Damn, I love this city.
You heard it here, y’all! Those girls on West 6th (who still goes there?) aren’t just looking for a free Jägerbomb (or shot of Fireball for that matter).
No, they’re looking to see how they can find that sugar daddy who can help pay off that student loan debt.. Oh, and maybe fund those excursions abroad…who needs study abroad anyways?
So, UT-Austin ranks #1 (woo hoo!) according to the dating website SeekingArrangement.com, which calls itself the “world’s largest online-dating website that matches wealthy benefactors seeking ‘mutually beneficial relationships’ with attractive members.”
Hook ’em? I guess.