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The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Opinion

Depollute your digital footprint

Depollute your digital footprint

Anjali Shenoy, Columnist July 23, 2024

A digital footprint is a cache of data documenting your internet history. It is an online track record accounting for every offensive social media post and “Congratulations!” message on LinkedIn. Much...

Pets deserve your consideration

Pets deserve your consideration

Arista Rail, Columnist July 16, 2024
Columnist Arista Rail discusses the importance of research before adopting a pet.
Success beyond comparison

Success beyond comparison

Dalila Ramirez, Columnist July 9, 2024
Columnist Dalila Ramirez argues that first-generation students should reframe their model of achievement.
All is fair in love, satire

All is fair in love, satire

Anjali Shenoy, Columnist July 9, 2024
Columnist Anjali Shenoy argues that satirizing UT-related experiences fosters a deeper sense of community.
Pride is for everyone

Pride is for everyone

Tenley Jackson, Associate Opinion Editor July 9, 2024
Associate opinion editor Tenley Jackson encourages people to engage in LGBTQ+ advocacy, Pride celebrations.
Diversify your activism

Diversify your activism

Dalila Ramirez, Columnist July 2, 2024
Columnist Dalila Ramirez argues students should diversify activism through civic engagement.
Don’t count Texas out

Don’t count Texas out

Ava Saunders, Associate Opinion Editor June 25, 2024
Associate opinion editor Ava Saunders argues that students should vote in the upcoming presidential election as Texas may become competitive.
Practice safe boundaries when drinking

Practice safe boundaries when drinking

Tenley Jackson, Associate Opinion Editor June 18, 2024
Associate opinion editor Tenley Jackson calls out dangerous college drinking norms and prompts students to reconsider their alcohol consumption.
Cultural graduation ceremonies are still valuable

Cultural graduation ceremonies are still valuable

Ava Saunders, Associate Opinion Editor June 10, 2024
Associate opinion editor Ava Saunders asks students to preserve identity-centric graduations.
Law enforcement pushes protesters to the edge of the Main Mall lawn during the pro-Palestine demonstration on Wednesday, April 24, 2024.

Was that really necessary?

Lucero Ponce and McKenzie Henningsen April 26, 2024
Lucero Ponce and McKenzie Henningsen argue that increased police presence during protests only causes fear.
Racism is anything but dead

Racism is anything but dead

Juan Rodriguez, Columnist April 25, 2024
Columnist Juan Rodriguez argues that the University should re-establish efforts that address the systemic inequities many students face.
For the love of critters

For the love of critters

Tenley Jackson, Columnist April 25, 2024
Columnist Tenley Jackson shares her love for common campus critters and encourages students to support their conservation.
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