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This blog is a class project by five students in the “Writing for Online Publications” course taught by Seth C. Lewis at the University of Texas at Austin.

Will Anderson is a student-journalist from North Austin who covers Longhorn basketball for the Daily Texan. He also plays club lacrosse for the University of Texas and is an active runner and cyclist.

Doug Luippold is a journalism and government double-major from North Dallas. He is an opinion columnist for the Daily Texan, and involved in multiple campus political organizations. He was once an avid and accomplished multi-sport athlete with a promising future, unfortunately a broken wrist in the third grade prematurely ended his career before it began.

Hannah Fyne will graduate in May with a degree in print journalism. She enjoys being outside, especially on beautiful days. She spent a lot of time playing basketball, volleyball and ultimate frisbee growing up in the Dallas area, but now you can often find her running with her iPod.

Donnie Hogan is a multimedia journalism senior and sports fanatic that specializes in local golf. At 25 years of age, Donnie’s high school athletic career has long passed him by, but he stays in shape by running and biking around Austin and playing golf every chance he gets. Donnie also runs a sports commentary blog titled More than box scores.

Emily Watkins is a senior journalism and digital arts and media student at UT. She enjoys being outside and focuses on living a healthy lifestyle. She stays active by participating in activities such as running, swimming and pilates.

Actively Austin seeks to inform the public in Central Texas on breaking health and fitness-related news and serve their best interests in all matters related to being active.

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