1. Baby and the Big Tent Trailer

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    A burlesque dancer with hidden intentions joins an old traveling circus; mischief ensues. Check out our Facebook Page for updates at www.facebook.com/babyandthebigtent

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    • We Asked... Immigration

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      Voiced opinions of some UT students on providing a path to citizenship to undocumented immigrants currently in the country. *Editor's Note* No interviewees voicing an opinion against a path to citizenship were found while shooting the video, but we welcome opinions both on our Vimeo channel comments and on our website when its interface allows it.

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      • Bevo

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        Bevo reflects on his fame.

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        • Texas Newswatch 11.29.12

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          The Trail of Lights is an Austin tradition that’s back and brighter than ever, we’ve got your first look. Inmates are cooking up positivity. How helping others helps themselves as well. The Longhorns said goodbye to A&M a little over a year ago, but the Aggies were missed this Thanksgiving. We’ll show you how one family is coping with the change in tradition. To get all the details on these stories and more, click on the picture of this week’s anchors above.

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          • Nos Vacances- FR 601C

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            Nicolas and I deliberate about where to go for our Spring Break...

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            • 2012 Post-Election Debriefing Conference from The Annette Strauss Institute at UT Austin

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              Elections are always historical moments in our society. Presidential election years especially, ramp up enthusiasm (or disdain) among citizens and ask for us to engage in our democratic heritage in a deeper way. Whether you knocked on doors or watched the events unroll from the sidelines, the New Politics Forum's 2012 Post-Election Debriefing offerd a space to reflect on what this shared experience meant for us all. In this full-length video, three "TED talk-style" presentations shed light on what happened with frameworks such as: the role partisan bias plays in how citizens get information (with Dr. Talia Stroud, author of "Niche News: The Politics of News Choice"); Latino influence in American and Texas politics (with Dr. Sylvia Manzano- Senior Analyst at Latino Decisions); and misinformation and misperceptions in politics (with Dr. Dhavan Shah, director of the Mass Communication Research Center at the University of Wisconsin). Q & A and discussion to follow. A keynote conversation with members of the working press and political strategists all sharing the insiders' perspective about what actually happened on the campaign trail, featured Will Cain (CNN and The Blaze), Cornell Belcher (Democratic pollster and contributor to CNN), Christina Bellantoni (PBS NewsHour), and Charles Mahtesian (POLITICO).

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              • Emily + Ann’s Talk

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                SEPTEMBER 19, 2012 Vaulted Gallery artist-in-residence Emily Roysdon will present a short lecture regarding her new installation at the VAC, followed by an interview with Ann Cvetkovich, noted queer scholar and Ellen C. Garwood Centennial Professor of English and Professor of Women's and Gender Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. Emily Roysdon is a New York and Stockholm-based artist and writer. Her work is interdisciplinary, and recent projects have taken the form of performance, photographic installations, printmaking, text, video, curation, and collaboration. Roysdon recently developed the concept “ecstatic resistance” to talk about the impossible and imaginary in politics. The concept debuted with simultaneous shows at Grand Arts in Kansas City and X Initiative in New York. She is editor and co-founder of the queer feminist journal and artist collective, LTTR. Her many collaborations include costume design for Levi Gonzalez, Vannessa Anspaugh, and Faye Driscoll, as well as lyric writing for The Knife, and Brooklyn-based JD Samson and MEN. Ann Cvetkovich is the Garwood Centennial Professor of English and Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. She authored Mixed Feelings: Feminism, Mass Culture, and Victorian Sensationalism (Rutgers, 1992) and An Archive of Feelings: Trauma, Sexuality, and Lesbian Public Cultures (Duke, 2003). With Ann Pellegrini, she edited “Public Sentiments,” a special issue of The Scholar and Feminist Online. Cvetkovich co-edits GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies and is currently writing a book called Depression: A Public Feelings Project. She is co-chair of the LGBTQ/Sexualities Research Cluster and a recipient of a Ford Foundation grant for the Difficult Dialogues program. Presented in conjunction with Roysdon’s exhibition on view at the VAC September 21 – December 8 Videography by Thomas Humphreys

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                • Latino Influence in American and Texas politics by Sylvia Manzano

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                  This "TED talk-style" presentation on Latino influence in American and Texas politics was presented by Sylvia Manzano, senior analyst at Latino Decisions. Manzano presented the lecture at The Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life's "New Politics Forum" on Friday, November 9, 2012, in a post-election debrief on politics following the presidential election three days prior.

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                  • The Role Partisan Bias Plays in How Citizens Get Information by Talia Stroud

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                    This "TED talk-style" presentation on the role partisan bias plays in how citizens get information was presented by Talia Stroud, associate professor in the Department of Communication Studies and author of “Niche News: The Politics of News Choice.” Stroud presented the lecture at The Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life's "New Politics Forum" on Friday, November 9, 2012, in a post-election debrief on politics following the presidential election three days prior.

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                    • Misinformation and Misperceptions in Politics by Dhavan Shah

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                      This "TED talk-style" presentation on misinformation and misperceptions in politics was presented by Dhavan Shah, director of the Mass Communication Research Center at the University of Wisconsin. Shah presented the lecture at The Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life's "New Politics Forum" on Friday, November 9, 2012, in a post-election debrief on politics following the presidential election three days prior.

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