The neighborhood north of the UT campus has a network of unpaved alleys that were such a problem for a while that the city threatened to stop trash pickup in them. They're clearer now, but some still retain the look of a dusty little neighborhood. It's possible to picture Hyde Park's recent past as a center of low-priced rentals for students and artists while walking down a quiet dirt path. The alley that runs between Guadalupe and Home streets between 35th and 37th streets was once famously known as "Reflector Alley”—a mysterious proliferation of reflectors appeared on every stationary object in the alley and made for a surprisingly illuminated drive for anyone turning down it at night.