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Cooperative Housing As An Affordable Housing Option For Underserved Populations In Texas
Affordable housing has been a huge problem in American cities over the past century, particularly with minority households. Urban residents face rising costs of living without options that fit their needs. From 1980 to ...
Mobile Home, America: A Look Inside the Lives of Manufactured Homeowners Facing a Disappearing Space
This creative thesis is a work of long-form, narrative journalism. Since mobile homes grew in popularity after World War II, these spaces have come to be some of the most affordable avenues to homeownership. However, as ...
Live Music Capital of the World? The Effects of Austin's Urban Branding on Its Local Musicians
Since 1991, Austin has branded itself and been heralded as the “Live Music Capital of the World,” drawing people from all over to take part in a culture fueled by its creative residents. This thesis aims to answer the ...
A School Divided: The history of LBJ and LASA
Students at the Liberal Arts and Science Academy (LASA), a highly selective and nationally ranked magnet school, occupy a separate floor directly above their counterparts at Lyndon B. Johnson High School in northeast Austin, ...