- University of Texas at AustinGovernment/Geography, 2003 - 2006
After Ridership Drops, Cap Metro Looking to Tweak Rapid Bus System
Austin's "MetroRapid" buses are larger and, let's be honest, nicer than your typical bus. They've got more doors, for one, which makes for f
This Urban Rail Supporter Wants You to Reject Austin's Current Proposal
Some die-hard public transit supporters say Austin’s 9.5 mile, $1.38 billion urban rail proposal is misguided, too expensive, and follows a
Is Capital Metro's New MetroRapid Service Leaving Bus Riders Behind?
Disclaimer: Capital Metro is a sponsor of KUT. Capital Metro's new MetroRapid bus service launched on Sunday. And with the new route came ad
How a Math Genius Hacked OkCupid to Find True Love - Wired Science
Mathematician Chris McKinlay hacked OKCupid to find the woman of his dreams.
The Exploited Laborers of the Liberal Media | VICE United States
Progressive media outlets talk a lot about economic inequality and diversity, but many of them are still relying on unpaid interns while the
Hillary's Nightmare? A Democratic Party That Realizes Its Soul Lies With...
Elizabeth Warren has become a phenomenon for populist Democrats. And that scares Hillary Clinton.
UT adjunct lecturer Ramey Ko's journey into politics
UT adjunct lecturer from the Center for Asian American Studies Ramey Ko announced last June through an email to his friends and family that
Houston to Hire an "Enterprise Data Officer" to Fight Digital Sprawl
The city of Houston is hiring a new top staffer to fight sprawl — in its databases, not its city streets. Houston has 2.2 million citizens s