The school shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkand, Fl. is considered the deadliest school shooting in U.S. history. Seventeen students and staff killed and seventeen others wounded. A University of Texas at Austin student talks about his experience as a survivor of the February 14th shooting.
byTeyha Rassman and Madilynn Thomason
UT students, Teyha Rassman and Madilynn Thomason, produced a short documentary about an 11-year-old girl and her family who are hoping for a miracle as she copes with an inoperable brain tumor.
byLawson Freeman and Daniela Quesada
A short documentary produced by Lawson Freeman and Daniela Quesada, “Tiny but Fierce: Midnight’s Journey” follows a unique bat called Midnight as it becomes more like a pet than a patient at the Austin Bat Refuge.
byEric Goodman and Trenton Daeschner
“Learning The Ropes” pulls back the curtain on an upstart professional wrestling school in Austin, Texas. For the students and trainers here, the performance lifestyle of wrestling has become a way out of – and for some a way into – very real personal struggles. Produced, shot and edited by Eric Goodman and Trenton Daeschner, […]
Spring winds gently ripple through the leaves of 400-year-old live oak trees that stand proud on Restoration Ranch’s 22 and a half acres in Bastrop, Texas. It is currently home to 16 rescued horses that are partnered with veterans and their families in this holistic healing environment founded by Beth Rand in 2012. […]
At Down Home Ranch in Elgin, adults with intellectual disabilities help with everything from feeding the cows to collecting eggs from the hens and grooming the miniature horses.
The park has been a high-profile outdoor showcase for artists. But some say they’re tired of the taggers and others who deface their work.
Youth academy creates a sports opportunity for students and plants the seeds for a football revival at the Eastside high school.
At the Wild Basin Preserve, members of the public track birds with mobile apps, helping collect information for wildlife biologists.
byLaura Marina Boria
His work documents daily life in a turbulent time on the Texas-Mexico border a century ago.
At the Austin Country Club, students learned the art of dancing and the rules of etiquette. One said she would rather be skateboarding.
Carson Leh caters to urban cowboys and cowgirls who zip around on bikes and motorcycles.
by Martin do Nascimento
Cuban Sandwich Cafe also offers Texans a taste of Cuba’s cultural heritage.