The Daily Texan March 2, 2021
Quarters residents were displaced due to apartment renovations, UT students navigate classwork and unaccommadating professors following the winter storm and a columnist writes about the importance of disability rights advocacy. Read this story
NewsFebruary 16, 2021 1:54 PM
Life and ArtsFebruary 16, 2021 6:47 PM
Life and ArtsFebruary 18, 2021 2:39 PM
Life and Arts
NewsFebruary 15, 2021 7:47 PM
NewsFebruary 17, 2021 8:21 PM
Latest in News
- UT researchers, in collaboration with experts around the world, discovered asteroid dust within a crater in the Yucatán Peninsula that links the extinction of 75% of life on Earth, including the dinosaurs, to a 66 million-year-old asteroid.
- While apartment complexes are reaching out to students with special deals and lease agreements for the coming fall semester, some students plan to move into new buildings that are currently under construction or recently opened.
Latest in Opinion
- Columnist Megan Tran argues for the standardization of tuition rates between UT’s undergraduate colleges.
- Columnist Susan Cardone argues for more advising accessibility across colleges.
Latest in Sports
- Texas seemed to get right back into the groove it was in during the three-game win streak against BYU. The Longhorns recorded double-digit hits and runs for the second time this season.
- Head coach Shaka Smart dialed up full-court pressure early in Ames, Iowa, and his defense didn’t disappoint, holding Iowa State scoreless for six minutes during a 17-0 Longhorn run in the middle of the first half Tuesday night.
Latest in Life & Arts
- Ethical and sustainable clothing brand called Another Good Human seeks to “celebrate the good of humanity” and encourages its customers to be good stewards of the planet.
- Advertising associate professor Lee Ann Kahlor pieces together costumes with what she finds laying around her house and dresses up with a new theme for every online lecture in her advertising research class.