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Occupy the Millennium Lab
April 23, 2012
The Millennium Lab, one of the most frequently used resources in the business school, is to be shut down.
1,001 problems but UT ain't one
April 17, 2012
You see, I have quite a lot of trouble making decisions.
Justifying athletics salaries with revenue
April 10, 2012
When looking for places to cut, profitable athletic programs should be the absolute last places to look.
Learning to love the lottery
April 3, 2012
With Friday’s $656 million Mega Millions jackpot finally won, there is much renewed discussion about the lottery process, and on gambling in general.
Voter ID: Securing the polls
March 26, 2012
Texas is one of several states that recently tried to correct absent regulations by enacting a voter ID law.
Affirmative action: Racist by nature
March 19, 2012
The continuance of affirmative action into modern society has become more of a plague than a benefit.
An inclination for gender-neutral housing
March 5, 2012
While it has some advantages, the gender-neutral housing proposal should focus on integration rather than separate housing.
On-campus dining needs improvement
February 29, 2012
Students living on campus depend on the $1,700 that the Division of Housing and Food Services provides to feed them.
Research funds not worth sacrificing freedom
February 21, 2012
This policy would not help users quit but would drive them away from our University.
The benefits of the camping ban
February 13, 2012
UT’s Faculty Council met recently to discuss a new policy that prohibits camping on University property.