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The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Texas defeats No. 14 Oklahoma 78-58 in Red River Rivalry blowout
Texas defeats No. 14 Oklahoma 78-58 in Red River Rivalry blowout
Why representation in media matters
Tommy Wan, Forum Editor • January 26, 2023
Forum editor Tommy Wan argues that representation is important in media and outlines how UT students can contribute to accurate representation.
UT, institute a loanable laptops program
Augustine D'Eramo, Columnist • January 26, 2023
Columnist Augustine D’Eramo argues that the Campus Computer Store should offer loanable computers to student free of charge
Education over expenses
Faith DuFresne, Associate Editor • January 25, 2023
Associate editor Faith DuFresne urges professors to supply students with alternative resources to pay for required course materials.
It’s not rocket science: UT students plan to bring rockets back down to earth
Tisha Shrestha, General News Reporter • January 25, 2023

Senior aerospace design students are using this semester to design a propulsive landing method to safely...

Q&A: Singer-songwriter Kimbra embraces ‘a reckoning’ with upcoming album
Sage Dunlap, Life&Arts Associate Editor • January 25, 2023

New Zealand-born singer-songwriter Kimbra Lee Johnson, known as Kimbra onstage, first garnered mainstream...

UT researchers receive grant to use fitness wearables to study dementia risk factors
Sowmya Sridhar, General News Reporter • January 25, 2023

UT researchers received a $1 million grant from the Bob and Aubyn Howe Foundation to use fitness wearables...

Manteniendo el Ambiente de Austin: UT investigadores, organizaciones locales luchan en contra de problemas del medioambiente en el Este de Austin 
Vivien Ayers and Paula Botello January 25, 2023

Nota del editor: este artículo se publicó por primera vez el 19 de enero por Vivien Ayers y fue traducido...

It’s not rocket science: UT students plan to bring rockets back down to earth
It’s not rocket science: UT students plan to bring rockets back down to earth
Tisha Shrestha, General News Reporter • January 25, 2023
UT researchers receive grant to use fitness wearables to study dementia risk factors
UT researchers receive grant to use fitness wearables to study dementia risk factors
Sowmya Sridhar, General News Reporter • January 25, 2023
UT pandemic scientist awarded with key to the city of Austin
UT pandemic scientist awarded with key to the city of Austin
Sarah Brager, General News Reporter • January 25, 2023
UT study finds new fossil records, provides insight into dinosaur diversity of late Cretaceous period
UT study finds new fossil records, provides insight into dinosaur diversity of late Cretaceous period
Rylie Lillibridge, Senior News Reporter • January 25, 2023
Noble 2500 opens after months of delays
Noble 2500 opens after months of delays
Madeline Duncan, Senior News Reporter • January 23, 2023
Everything you need to know about Austin’s plan to expand I-35
Everything you need to know about Austin’s plan to expand I-35
Kylee Howard, Senior News Reporter • January 23, 2023
New abortion bill aims to end travel funding for out-of-state abortions
New abortion bill aims to end travel funding for out-of-state abortions
Raiyan Shaik, General News Reporter • January 23, 2023
On Jan. 22, 2023, Madly Kilburn protests the overturn of Roe v. Wade outside of the Texas State Capitol.
50 years later, UT students, protesters commemorate, fight against the loss of Roe v. Wade
Vivien Ayers, Senior News Reporter • January 23, 2023
UT alumnus sues Texas medical schools over admission policies
UT alumnus sues Texas medical schools over admission policies
Molly Mcllhnney, General News Reporter • January 23, 2023
Dell Medical School appoints first chief to new cardiovascular and thoracic surgery division
Dell Medical School appoints first chief to new cardiovascular and thoracic surgery division
Ireland Blouin, Senior News Reporter • January 23, 2023
A protester holds a sign reading Long Live Palestine! as a Palestinian flag waves overhead during a protest against the IAC summit on Jan. 21, 2023.
UT students, community members protest Israeli-American Council Summit
Julius Shieh, General News Reporter • January 23, 2023
Blue Cross Blue Shield negotiations could leave students, faculty with less medical access
Blue Cross Blue Shield negotiations could leave students, faculty with less medical access
Ali Juell, Senior News Reporter • January 19, 2023
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Cunningham’s career high, Carr’s 21 points lead Texas to win over Oklahoma State, 89-75
Cunningham’s career high, Carr’s 21 points lead Texas to win over Oklahoma State, 89-75
Matthew Caldwell, Associate Sports Editor • January 25, 2023
Guard SirJabari Rice goes in for a layup during the Texas mens basketball game against Texas Tech on Jan. 14, 2023. Texas beat Texas Tech 72-70.
Sir’Jabari Rice and his shot fake are for real
Mantra Dave, Managing Editor • January 23, 2023
Why representation in media matters
Why representation in media matters
Tommy Wan, Forum Editor • January 26, 2023
UT, institute a loanable laptops program
UT, institute a loanable laptops program
Augustine D'Eramo, Columnist • January 26, 2023
Education over expenses
Education over expenses
Faith DuFresne, Associate Editor • January 25, 2023
Here’s why volunteerism is important
Here’s why volunteerism is important
Tommy Wan, Forum Editor • January 24, 2023
With great independence comes great responsibility
With great independence comes great responsibility
Mihir Gokhale, Associate Editor • January 24, 2023
Q&A: Singer-songwriter Kimbra embraces ‘a reckoning’ with upcoming album
Q&A: Singer-songwriter Kimbra embraces ‘a reckoning’ with upcoming album
Sage Dunlap, Life&Arts Associate Editor • January 25, 2023

New Zealand-born singer-songwriter Kimbra Lee Johnson, known as Kimbra onstage, first garnered mainstream attention from her collaboration with...

Tat Tuesday: Student explores local art through tattoos
Tat Tuesday: Student explores local art through tattoos
Celeste Hoover, General Life&Arts Reporter • January 23, 2023
‘Close’ navigates themes of boyhood, friendship amid tragedy
‘Close’ navigates themes of boyhood, friendship amid tragedy
Sage Dunlap, Associate Life&Arts Editor • January 22, 2023
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