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Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

UT, what do you owe, and who do you owe it to?
UT, what do you owe, and who do you owe it to?
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Antiquities Action Symposium opens dialogue on antiquities trafficking
Layla Dajani, General Life&Arts Reporter • April 16, 2024

After watching the demolition of precious historic sites, such as the Palmyra in Syria, during ISIS attacks...

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April 16, 2024

Amid crime, safety concerns, West Campus community members determine a path forward
Kylee Howard and Jaelyn Rodriguez April 15, 2024

Hajin Park is exhausted.  She is exhausted from classes, homework and thinking about post-graduation...

Texas Immersive ‘Elysian Heights’ Exhibition touches on what it means to be a member of society
Tyler Pullum, Senior Life&Arts Reporter • April 15, 2024

From April 11-13, Texas Immersive showcased the collaborative efforts of over 30 students that came after...

U.S. Air Force’s first female fighter pilot to give 2024 commencement address
Aaron Sullivan, Senior News Reporter • April 15, 2024

Retired Maj. Gen. Jeannie M. Leavitt, a UT alumna and the U.S. Air Force’s first female fighter pilot...

Texas Rowing starting its ascent
Ethan Kirschner, General Sports Reporter • April 15, 2024

Champions are often built through offseason preparation and improvement, and just one week into the racing...

UT’s Dance Repertory Theatre presents “Points of Intersection”
Isabella Capuchino, General Life&Arts Reporter • April 15, 2024

Featuring five dance numbers along with five guest choreographers, the Dance Repertory Theatre presented...

Few working street lights line Graham Pl and Rio Grande St. The City of Austin plans to upgrade more than 400 streetlights in West Campus by the end of the year.
Amid crime, safety concerns, West Campus community members determine a path forward
Kylee Howard and Jaelyn Rodriguez April 15, 2024
The University of Texas tower on April 7, 2024.
U.S. Air Force’s first female fighter pilot to give 2024 commencement address
Aaron Sullivan, Senior News Reporter • April 15, 2024
President Jay Hartzell at the State of the University Address on Sept. 19, 2023.
Hartzell addresses DCCE closure, layoffs, Gov. Abbott’s executive order regarding anti-semitism, Islamophobic incidents at faculty council meeting
Naina Srivastava, Senior News Reporter • April 15, 2024
City of Austin hires T.C. Broadnax Jr. as city manager
City of Austin hires T.C. Broadnax Jr. as city manager
Aaron Sullivan, Senior News Reporter • April 15, 2024
Environmental Justice Collective rejects University sponsorship
Environmental Justice Collective rejects University sponsorship
Pili Saravia, Senior News Reporter • April 15, 2024
Carla Salas from Two Hives Honey shows off a beeswax candle during Pollinator Day at the Texas Science and Natural History Museum on Apr. 13, 2024.
Texas Science and Natural History Museum hosts Pollinator Day
Laurel Pinchback, General News Reporter • April 15, 2024
Sergio Torres-Peralta, food policy coordinator for the Austin Office of Sustainability, discusses the proposed Austin/Travis County Food Plan with UT students and Austin residents on April 10, 2024. Workshop participants spoke about expanding access to nutritious and culturally relevant food and wrote suggestions on sticky notes.
Students, staff provide input on Austin-Travis County food plan
Mara Ramazanoglu, General News Reporter • April 15, 2024
University adds more semiconductor opportunities to match area’s growing need for talent
University adds more semiconductor opportunities to match area’s growing need for talent
Pili Saravia, Senior News Reporter • April 12, 2024
A pedestrian walks by a rack of lime scooters on San Jacinto Boulevard in Austin, Texas on April 10, 2024.
Austin rolls out new regulations, limits on e-scooters in city
Olivia Dilley, Senior News Reporter • April 12, 2024
The Center for Students in Recovery located in Bellmont Hall on Wednesday, April 10, 2024.
University recovery center celebrates 20 years as student, community resource
Laurel Pinchback, General News Reporter • April 12, 2024
‘Its worth taking a stand’: A look at two student protests that influenced UT’s history
‘It's worth taking a stand’: A look at two student protests that influenced UT’s history
Trisha Dasgupta, General Projects Reporter • April 12, 2024
The south end of the state Capitol on Congress Avenue, on March 23, 2023.
Lieutenant governor announces legislative priorities for state Senate
Aaron Sullivan, Senior News Reporter • April 12, 2024
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Texas Rowing starting its ascent
Texas Rowing starting its ascent
Ethan Kirschner, General Sports Reporter • April 15, 2024
Senior Shay Holle smiles and throws up her horns after defeating Alabama in the second round of March Madness on March 24, 2024.
Women’s basketball seniors DeYona Gaston, Shay Holle to take separate career paths after 4 years
Isa Almeida, Senior Sports Reporter • April 15, 2024
End of semester is a marathon, not a sprint
End of semester is a marathon, not a sprint
Abigail Gannon, Columnist • April 11, 2024
Reconnecting with my Indian roots
Reconnecting with my Indian roots
Anjali Shenoy, Senior Columnist • April 11, 2024
Passion can pay
Passion can pay
Zaina Siddiqi, Columnist • April 11, 2024
Fashion helped ease my homesickness
Fashion helped ease my homesickness
Neha Kondaveeti, Columnist • April 11, 2024
Abbott’s executive order is unconstitutional
Abbott’s executive order is unconstitutional
Ava Saunders, Senior Columnist • April 8, 2024
A student walks down the Art Building stairs on San Jacinto Boulevard on Monday.
Antiquities Action Symposium opens dialogue on antiquities trafficking
Layla Dajani, General Life&Arts Reporter • April 16, 2024

After watching the demolition of precious historic sites, such as the Palmyra in Syria, during ISIS attacks in 2015, Stephennie Mulder, an associate...

5 Films from various genres with summer vibes
5 Films from various genres with summer vibes
Trinity Orosco, General Life&Arts Reporter • April 15, 2024
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