In the early 1970s, the West Mall was bustling with students chatting with friends, marketing their organizations and leading protest. When students protested the campus carry law yesterday, the scene was much the same.
Gone to Texas welcomes freshmen and transfer students every fall semester to the Forty Acres. The University President makes an appearance with performances by student dance groups and the Longhorn Band.
The Texas Senate Committee on Higher Education held a public hearing Tuesday morning at the Capitol to review the effectiveness of tuition set-asides, a program mandated by state law which reallocates a portion of a student’s fully-paid tuition to those who need financial aid.
After returning to the United States following a trip to Taiwan, Alex Karpets and Shirley Yang scoured Austin for authentic Taiwanese food. When they couldn’t find any, they decided to fill the void in their stomachs and the community themselves.