• A conversation with Wendy Davis

    Former Texas Senator Wendy Davis sits down to talk about Deeds Not Words, an organization started by Davis to advocate for women's equality. Davis, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate in 2014, also talks about the collective power of people in influencing politics and how college students and women can affect the upcoming election.

  • Listen: 'Cocks Not Glocks' protests campus carry with sex toys

    Students at The University of Texas at Austin protested against the recently implemented state law known as campus carry, which allows concealed weapons on college campuses, by carrying dildos on the first day of class. Organized by the group Cocks Not Glocks, they claimed to be “fighting absurdity with absurdity.”

    Correction: Open Carry Texas is based in Temple, Texas.

  • The Daily Texan Newscast: April 29, 2016

    Travis county residents lined up in masse this week to vote on repealing increased regulations for companies like Uber and Lyft while Secretary of State John Kerry and former American diplomat Henry Kissinger spoke at the LBJ Library’s Vietnam War Summit. Also this week a cake from whole foods sparked online controversy and the CEO of the University Co-op is retiring. It is Friday, April 29 2016, Willie Nelson turns 82 today and this is The Daily Texan Newscast.