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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Longhorns abroad

Longhorns abroad

Megan Tran, Alexa Leon, and Tommy Wan April 12, 2023
The Daily Texan Forum Team gathered submissions from the UT community who share their experiences and lessons learned while studying abroad.
Pots of paella

Pots of paella

Zoe Meyer, Contributor April 12, 2023
Contributor Zoe Meyer learned to avoid academic burnout and enjoy the everyday pleasures of life during her semester exchange in Madrid.
UT student finds home away from home in Madrid

UT student finds home away from home in Madrid

Celine Farhat, Contributor April 12, 2023
Contributor Celine Farhat reminisces about her semester exchange in Madrid and shares lessons learned while abroad.
Studying abroad changed my life

Studying abroad changed my life

Bryn Palmer, Contributor April 12, 2023
Contributor Bryn Palmer shares her study abroad experiences and encourages students to learn about themselves through the world.
Seeing new sides in Sweden

Seeing new sides in Sweden

Anjali Senthilnathan, Contributer April 12, 2023
Contributor Anjali Senthilnathan highlights her experiences while studying abroad in Sweden in Spring 2022.
Is government overstepping?

Is government overstepping?

Megan Tran, Alexa Leon, and Tommy Wan April 5, 2023
The Daily Texan Forum Team gathered submissions from UT community members to discuss their outlook on our government’s role.
UT students need to push leaders for statewide online voter registration, voting rights retention

UT students need to push leaders for statewide online voter registration, voting rights retention

Bruce Elfant, Contributer April 5, 2023
Contributor Bruce Elfant argues the government has a responsibility to push for statewide online voter registration to empower voters of all citizens.
Government has duty to public, not corporate interests

Government has duty to public, not corporate interests

Damiana De La Paz, Contributer April 5, 2023
Contributor Damiana De La Paz argues the importance of stepping up and advocating for everyday issues for the well-being of Texans when the government won’t.
Do state governments have right to change history?

Do state governments have right to change history?

Daniel Acosta, Contributer April 5, 2023
Contributor Daniel Acosta argues in favor of abolishing long-standing legal precedents.
Housing crisis in heart of Texas

Housing crisis in heart of Texas

Megan Tran, Alexa Leon, and Tommy Wan March 27, 2023
The Daily Texan Forum Team gathered submissions from UT community members to discuss their experience with Austin’s housing crisis.
What this old street corner in West Campus says about Austin’s priorities

What this old street corner in West Campus says about Austin’s priorities

Joseph El Habr, Contributer March 27, 2023
Contributor Joseph Elhabr explains the importance of history, urban planning and development needs in West Campus.
It’s time for the UT community to mobilize to ease housing burdens for students

It’s time for the UT community to mobilize to ease housing burdens for students

Jacob Wegmann, Contributer March 27, 2023
Contributor Jacob Wegmann argues that a tight housing market is causing real harm for students; delivering relief to them will require the city and university to work on multiple fronts.
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