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Self absorbed former columnist writes one more column about herself
December 8, 2019
I just really like talking about me.
Feeling lost? Take a class that reflects your identity.
September 9, 2019
Associate editor Angélica López encourages students to take classes where their identities are reflected in the course content.
Your community needs you, not your ego
August 28, 2019
Associate Editor Angélica Lopez encourages students to be mindful of their privilege when advocating for their communities.
It’s not too late to get your flu shot
February 7, 2019
Associate editor Angélica López implores students to get flu shots this spring to protect the health of those around them.
It's time for students to rethink the harmful rhetoric of authenticity
January 29, 2019
Associate editor Angélica López urges students to ditch the rhetoric of authenticity.
Multicultural Engagement Center needs resources for mixed students
January 22, 2019
Associate Editor Angélica López advocates for mixed race students to have more specialized resources through the MEC.
You’re not a U.S. citizen. You’re about to graduate. What happens next?
December 3, 2018
Columnist Angélica López advocates for expanded career services for students who are not US citizens.
I’m not from a warzone, I’m from the Valley
November 16, 2018
Columnist Angélica López asks students to be more considerate of their peers who come from the Valley when discussing the militarization of the Texas border with Mexico.
Career service offices should be open to every major
November 3, 2018
Columnist Angélica López urges UT to make it easier for students to get career advice outside of their chosen major.
Stop worrying so much about my race
October 24, 2018
Columnist Angelica Lopez pushes students to be more conscientious about asking other students about their race.
If Kavanaugh is 'self-made,' what am I?
October 12, 2018
Columnist Angélica López discusses how the rhetoric of the self-made man undermines the work many UT students put in to get where they are.
Want to make your students comfortable? Pronounce their names right.
October 8, 2018
Columnist Angélica López urges professors to make students feel welcome by pronouncing their names correctly.
UT should be more considerate of mixed students
October 2, 2018
Columnist Angelica Lopez advocates for greater resources for mixed-race students.