Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

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

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A story of an affirmative action hire at UT

A story of an affirmative action hire at UT

January 12, 2023
Professor Daniel Acosta, Jr. reflects on his experiences and urges UT to promote faculty diversity.
Why you need to run for SG Representative (or vote for one)

Why you need to run for SG Representative (or vote for one)

January 9, 2023
Contributor Kevin Roberts urges students to run for UT Student Government and enact on-campus change.
What does free speech mean to you?

What does free speech mean to you?

December 2, 2022
The Daily Texan forum team has gathered submissions from members of the UT community who discuss the complex nature of freedom of speech.
Free speech has consequences

Free speech has consequences

December 2, 2022
Contributor Gina Masullo, an associate professor in the School of Journalism and associate director of the Center for Media Engagement, believes that while freedom of speech is an integral part of being an American, it doesn’t come without consequences.
Liberum oratio

Liberum oratio

December 2, 2022
Contributor Carter Moxley argues that diversity of viewpoints and political perspectives at UT will create a healthy and beneficial on-campus dialogue.
When to say what is not to be said

When to say what is not to be said

December 2, 2022
Contributor James Sam contends that context is crucial when deciding whether it is appropriate to censor certain speech and content.
UT community should oppose autonomous robots on campus

UT community should oppose autonomous robots on campus

November 14, 2022
Contributor Bennett Burke argues that introducing "robot dogs" to UT's campus would have dangerous implications and should be opposed.
Help leave a sustainable campus for future Longhorns

Help leave a sustainable campus for future Longhorns

November 4, 2022
The Daily Texan forum team gathered submissions from members of the UT community who want students to lead more sustainable lives and get involved with campus efforts.
Are you less eco-friendly than a petroleum engineer?

Are you less eco-friendly than a petroleum engineer?

November 4, 2022
Contributor Peyton Botik shares his perspective as a petroleum engineering junior interested in sustainability and discusses ways to incorporate environmentally-conscious choices daily.
What (and who) makes a climate justice movement strong

What (and who) makes a climate justice movement strong

November 4, 2022
Eleanor Hammersly, a member of the Students Fighting Climate Change board of directors, argues that students of all academic and professional disciplines can effect change and help protect the environment.
You can get involved in UT sustainability efforts

You can get involved in UT sustainability efforts

November 4, 2022
The UT Office of Sustainability, Resource Recovery and Landscape Services teams explain UT’s current initiatives and programs aimed towards creating a more sustainable and eco-friendly campus. This op-ed was submitted by Veronica Trevino.
Why we need to address the student loan debt crisis (again)

Why we need to address the student loan debt crisis (again)

November 1, 2022
Contributor Kevin Roberts urges students to apply for federal aid relief and argues that the Biden administration must do more to address student loan debt.
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