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Getting Schooled

Mark Cuban says 'UT is not enough': Austin needs another 'major' university

By John Egan

Dallas billionaire Mark Cuban dispenses his no-holds-barred business advice on ABC’s Shark Tank, where budding entrepreneurs seek money from him and other high-profile investors. Now, he&rsqu ...

Economics 101

Texas State coeds tap sugar daddies for college tuition at record rates

By Jonathan Rienstra

College tuition has gone up 60 percent in the last decade, but some enterprising students are finding financial aid in a creative way — by landing a sugar daddy to the pay the bills. And stud ...

leadership austin

Why college access, affordability and success are key to Texas economy

By Denise M. Trauth

Editor's note: CultureMap Austin partners with Leadership Austin — the region's premier provider of civic and community leadership development — in this on-g ...

Love at First Site

Seeking Arrangement: Texas university students are getting tuition help from sugar daddies

By Jonathan Rienstra

Were you aware that the recipient of a sugar daddy’s attention is known as a sugar baby? And did you know that there is a website called that helps set up the whole pro ...

Fourth in a series

Spotlighting Austin’s Sports Directors: YNN’s Ricky Doyle, the cable guy

By Bill Church

With the heavy turnover in Austin television news, it is easy to forget that the sports directors have been here for many years. FOX 7’s Dave Cody has 27 years, KVUE’s Mike Barnes, 23, ...

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Classes go on through bomb threat at Texas State

By Chris Baldwin

Texas State University is the latest college to be hit by a bomb threat. But classes are going on in San Marcos even as an Austin bomb squad rushes to the campus. University officials say that ...

Texas State University Galleries present: SWARM: paintings by Naomi Schlinke opening

Austin-based painter Naomi Schlinke’s work is like a circus on a canvas, an underwater spectacle of shapes and colors. Strangely deep though a mere 2D representation of images, you’ll f

A reading and book signing with Amelia Gray

Amelia Gray is the author of the story collections AM/PM and Museum of the Weird, which won the Ronald Sukenick/American Book Review Innovative Fiction Prize. In March, 2012, Farrar, Strauss &

Winning Speakers

NOT cutting up dead bodies: UT hosts national competitive forensics tournament

By Michael Graupmann

If you’ve driven down Guadalupe at any point this weekend, you may have seen college students dressed in professional attire, visiting the Drag’s various storefronts, shopping and eatin ...

The Center for Texas Music History

Celebrating the Texas music that defines us: Living Texas music history

By Kevin Benz

Moving to Austin, Texas in 1979 to attend UT, I knew a little something about the neo-hippie culture and the cosmic cowboy movement that defined the place in the late 70s. But it would be nearly 20 ...

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