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Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

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Opinion

Let it grow: gardening is self-care

Let it grow: gardening is self-care

Tenley Jackson, Senior Columnist November 7, 2023
Senior columnist Tenley Jackson encourages students to view gardening as a way to relax and reconnect with nature.
Gerontocracy and state judges

Gerontocracy and state judges

Abbigail Wood, Columnist November 6, 2023
Columnist Abbigail Wood encourages students to vote ‘no’ for Proposition 13 in the November 7th elections.
Keeping religious identity alive at UT

Keeping religious identity alive at UT

Lucero Ponce, Ellie Monday, and Tommy Wan November 6, 2023
The Daily Texan Forum team gathered submissions from members of different faiths across the UT community to highlight the varying religious experiences on campus.
Texas Catholic & COLA? Yes, I am both

Texas Catholic & COLA? Yes, I am both

Leona Mariel Hernandez, Contributor November 6, 2023
Contributor Leona Mariel Hernandez contends with the tension of being Catholic and pursuing her passion for the liberal arts.
Taking ownership of my Christian faith amidst a new community

Taking ownership of my Christian faith amidst a new community

Avery Wong, Contributor November 6, 2023
Contributor Avery Wong challenges the common religious concern about attending a secular university and explains how the transition to college reaffirmed her connection to Christianity.
Hindu on the Forty Acres - navigating challenges and seeking equality

Hindu on the Forty Acres – navigating challenges and seeking equality

Anirudh Karunakaran, Contributor November 6, 2023
Contributor Anirudh Karunakaran discusses the unique challenges of Hinduism at UT, a religion seeking recognition, representation, and equal footing in the diverse tapestry of faiths on UT’s campus.
The realities of being Muslim at UT

The realities of being Muslim at UT

November 6, 2023
A member of the campus community reflects on their experiences as a Muslim at UT, and calls upon the school’s leadership to stand against Islamophobia.
Being Jewish at UT Austin

Being Jewish at UT Austin

Ava Londa, Contributor November 6, 2023
Contributor Ava Londa opens up about finding community at a large, southern public university after the daunting move away from her predominantly Jewish high school in New York.
Host LBJ events on Cambodian and Lao-American history

Host LBJ events on Cambodian and Lao-American history

Phillip Pham, Columnist November 6, 2023
Columnist Phillip Pham calls on the LBJ School of Public Affairs to host speaker events on Cambodian and Lao-American history.
Mandate undergraduate eating disorder courses

Mandate undergraduate eating disorder courses

Phillip Pham, Columnist November 6, 2023
Columnist Phillip Pham argues that UHS should implement mandatory courses on eating disorders.
Your living space affects your headspace

Your living space affects your headspace

Tenley Jackson, Senior Columnist November 2, 2023
Senior columnist Tenley Jackson encourages students to thoughtfully design living spaces to support their lifestyles and well-being.
Spend time on campus

Spend time on campus

Abbigail Wood, Columnist November 1, 2023
Columnist Abbigail Wood encourages students to become familiar with campus and experience the benefits of getting out of the house.
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