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The late Austin artist, Daniel Johnston, smiles with one of his many cassette tapes he would distribute to people near UT.

In the Eye of the Beholder: A Museum Exhibition Review

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ACC Students and COVID-19

People flock towards the entrance of the Astroworld Festival. It is a bright, cloudless day and many young people walk and run in the direction of a huge inflatable Travis Scott head.

Astroworld’s Utopia Turns into Catastrophe

Jeshika Lamsal, prospective ACC student, runs in her neighborhood.

How Students Stay Active

Signing Up with a Study Group

  • In the Eye of the Beholder: A Museum Exhibition Review

    The late Austin artist, Daniel Johnston, smiles with one of his many cassette tapes he would distribute to people near UT.

    ACCENT’s Web Content Editor, Angelica Ruzanova, gives us an in-depth look into Daniel Johnston’s “I Live My Broken Dreams” exhibition at The Contemporary Austin’s Jones Center. Story by Angelica Ruzanova  Edited by Pete Ramirez Truth, deep-seated within each one of us, finds its own way of expressing itself. For the late Austin artist and musician … Continue reading “In the Eye of the Beholder: A Museum Exhibition Review”


  • ACC Students and COVID-19

    Story by Duncan McIntyre Edited by Pete Ramirez We are all still living through one of the most significant periods in human history. Each person you encounter has likely experienced an unexpected change in their own story because of the COVID-19 pandemic.  The virus has affected each of us in a unique and perhaps fundamental … Continue reading “ACC Students and COVID-19”


  • Astroworld’s Utopia Turns into Catastrophe

    People flock towards the entrance of the Astroworld Festival. It is a bright, cloudless day and many young people walk and run in the direction of a huge inflatable Travis Scott head.

    Rager mentality of Travis Scott’s fans fueled the deadly crowd surge incident at Astroworld Festival, placing Houston on headlines across the globe


  • How Students Stay Active

    Jeshika Lamsal, prospective ACC student, runs in her neighborhood.

    Knowing that COVID-19 restrictions would push people towards the couch, Partin found a way to continue to inspire ACC students to work on their fitness.


  • Signing Up with a Study Group

    The Study Session I attended has introduced me to an additional resource on my academic journey, one that I will be heavily utilizing in the future. I recommend that any student struggling with a class or requiring a place to review take advantage of all the Learning Lab has to offer.


  • ACC Students Take on Virtual Events

    Three students of Austin Community College share their perspectives on how virtual events have impacted their life, and what they believe could be done better; a guide for officials to consider, and implement into the academic format we now consider our new normal.


  • How Pomodoro Studying ACTUALLY Went

    By: Pete Ramirez


  • I Tried Pomodoro Studying

    Jordan Easley, ACC academic coach, on a Zoom call with Pete Ramirez, ACC multimedia reporter.

    By: Pete Ramirez I’ll admit it, managing my time has never been easy for me. At times, I have felt as if my to-do list is a never-ending tower that enjoys piling onto my anxiety. Luckily, I received an assignment that has given me an effective tool to combat that pesky to-do list. I have … Continue reading “I Tried Pomodoro Studying”


  • Riverbat Reflection

    three different students studying a visual graphic

    Students reflecting on Virtual Learning during the Fall 2020 semester.


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