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Associate managing editor: The Daily Texan gave me a home at UT
December 4, 2014
Associate managing editor Reeana Keenen says goodbye to The Daily Texan.
Throwback Thursday: Just 20 years later, UT’s computers of 1994 now seem like long-forgotten artifacts
April 10, 2014
Most UT undergraduates are members of the technology-driven, plugged-in generation of Millennials, but just 20 years ago, the Internet was still in its infancy.
Throwback Thursday: In 1943, a woman came home to find a homeless man in her bedroom
March 6, 2014
On Sept. 24, 1943, Peggy “Toe” Neuhaus came home from her date at 12:45 a.m. to a man crouched on the floor of her room in the Tri Delta house.
Throwback Thursday: Student sledding, skating were the main activities of a 1905 University snow day
February 6, 2014
After drudging to 8 a.m. classes in the frigid and somewhat icy conditions Jan. 28, many students were less than pleased when they learned the University had decided to suspend classes until noon, only to cancel them altogether later that day.
Throwback: Fisher v. UT has the seeds of deja vu
November 14, 2013
When Abigail Fisher sued the University on the grounds that it violated the 14th Amendment by denying her admission because she is white, long-time administrators may have felt a sense of deja vu.
The Red River Rivalry is as alive and well as it was 68 years ago
October 17, 2013
The cheers that erupted from Dallas’ Cotton Bowl Stadium on Saturday follwing the Longhorns’ upset win over the Sooners echoed similar cheers from another era: the Red River Rivalry game 68 years ago.