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UT grad student publishes novel, speaks about personal trauma, coping
March 11, 2020
Jane Fleming, an English graduate student and Rhetoric 306 assistant instructor, published her first full-length novel, “Violence/Joy/Chaos” at age 27.
Half-marathon runners provide tips on how to train for the Longhorn Run
March 5, 2020
With around six weeks left until the Longhorn Run, there is still hope to maximize training to reach the finish line. The Daily Texan has compiled a list of advice on how to train to attain success.
Future UT-Austin student sells over 10,000 Girl Scout cookie boxes, breaks Central Texas record
February 26, 2020
Marillah King numbered and signed the last 10 boxes. Seven were sold to students outside the University Co-op. The last box she would sell as a Girl Scout was bought by her grandparents. On Sunday, King broke her own record, selling over 10,000 boxes.
Third-culture kids struggle with identity, search for community
January 30, 2020
Jordan Blumberg can answer the question “Where are you from?” in more than three different ways. “I don’t have a good answer,” said Blumberg, an electrical engineering freshman. “No one understands that (I’ve) lived all over the world, just the same way that (I) don’t understand that they’ve lived in the same place for their entire lives.”