Uniting politicians and the politically inclined from all corners of Texas, the 2018 Texas Tribune Festival featured panelists who covered key issues including gerrymandering, voter apathy and education reform.
From Thursday through Saturday evening, politicians, media representatives and the politically-interested from all backgrounds will gather in downtown Austin to consider today’s pressing issues. For the eighth consecutive year, the Texas Tribune Festival offers the promise of bringing communities together to engage in meaningful discussions.
Despite the many things on our to-do lists as students, there should still be room for those things that fulfill us. For many students, following their passions fuels them forward and is at the top of their to-do lists.
ORANGE Magazine sat down with students at the University of Texas at Austin to listen to their views regarding two popular student neighborhoods, and the advantages of life in North Campus, in particular.
South by Southwest is known for having its finger on the pulse of all things technology and business, and this year was no different. However, the bustling festival scene couldn’t escape the environment in which it exists - in a year of Amazon sex trafficking scandals, security breaches, Russian interference, Hollywood, Google and Uber harassment scandals, a serious look at the structure of certain industries had to be examined.