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The Daily Texan breeds opportunity

Bobby Blanchard April 29, 2015

Almost every successful moment I’ve had in college is thanks to Texas Student Media.  My first internship was because of work I did for The Daily Texan — which eventually led to my...


Friends, staff are top highlights for leaving reporter

Bobby Blanchard May 2, 2014

Editor’s note: A 30 column is a chance for departing permanent staff to say farewell and reflect on their time spent in The Daily Texan’s basement office. The term comes from the old typesetting...


Report: Additional on-campus beds needed to meet student demand

Bobby Blanchard April 30, 2014

The University is falling short of a demand for on-campus student housing by 3,900 beds, according to a previously unreleased report obtained by The Daily Texan. The report, called the Residence Halls...

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Grand outside, hollow within: UT keeps Tower nearly half-empty because of safety concerns

Bobby Blanchard March 28, 2014

The loudest noise on the 13th floor of the UT Tower is the minute hand of an old clock.  More than half of the floors of the UT Tower are empty, classified formally by the University as either...


UT encourages entrepreneurship while addressing hazy intellectual property policy

Bobby Blanchard March 3, 2014

Austin, which Forbes calls America’s No. 1 boomtown, has become a technology hub as a wave of innovation and entrepreneurship has come to town — and the University of Texas is trying to catch-up...

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UT Student Government campaigns aim for victory via student organization connections

Bobby Blanchard February 20, 2014

With Student Government elections yielding low turnout in recent years — 14.9 percent of the student body voted in 2013 — campaigns often vie for endorsements from voting blocks to maximize...

Interactive: Gubernatorial contributions from UT staff, faculty and regents

Bobby Blanchard February 5, 2014

Updated Tuesday, Feb. 26 — In Greg Abbott's and Wendy Davis' latest campaign finance reports, Davis reported raising another $3,665 from UT professors and staff, while Greg Abbott raised...


UT faculty, staff and regents donate to Texas gubernatorial races

Bobby Blanchard January 23, 2014

Two UT System Regents gave almost 10 times more in campaign contributions to Greg Abbott than what more than 100 UT individuals combined gave to Wendy Davis, according to the latest campaign finance reports...

Racial demographics in Austin’s 10-1 student district fall short of UT’s make-up

Bobby Blanchard November 20, 2013

After months of debate and consideration, Austin’s new student city council district was finalized to include a drastically smaller portion of minority residents than UT’s racial and ethnic...

LISTEN: More committee hearings, football tickets and a Fisher v. Texas update

Bobby Blanchard November 18, 2013

In this week's The Daily Texan Podcast, Bobby Blanchard, Christine Ayala and Jordan Rudner discuss the latest ongoing developments in the Wallace Hall committee hearings. They also talk about Christine's...


Water usage dropping on campus, but UT hopes to lower it more

Bobby Blanchard November 18, 2013

In a state that’s been plagued with on-and-off drought conditions for more than six years, UT has worked to decrease its water usage, but the University still has a ways to go if it’s going...

LISTEN: New athletic director, sexual assault and latest regent controversy

Bobby Blanchard November 11, 2013

In this podcast, Bobby Blanchard, Christine Ayala and Jordan Rudner discuss the most recent regent controversies. They also talk about the new athletic director and Rudner's story on the underreporting...


Deans stand at center of University fundraising efforts

Bobby Blanchard November 7, 2013

Over a dinner at a loud, high-end seafood restaurant in chilly February, Roderick Hart, dean of the College of Communication, found himself in a conversation he didn’t expect to have that night. Hart...

Abortion fight, casting conflicts and budget cuts

Bobby Blanchard November 4, 2013

In this week’s The Daily Texan podcast, Bobby Blanchard, Christine Ayala and Jordan Rudner discuss the developments in Texas’ new abortion law. They also talk about the conflicts behind casting...

LISTEN: Undocumented Students, Moody Foundation and Regent News

Bobby Blanchard October 28, 2013

In this week's The Daily Texan Podcast, Christine Ayala, Jordan Rudner and special guest Madlin Meckelburg discuss the long discussion at the Student Government meeting on undocumented students....


UT naming more buildings after donors, less after faculty than ever before

Bobby Blanchard October 21, 2013

The names of oilmen and CEOs are making their way onto campus buildings as UT becomes more likely to honor big-dollar donors instead of long-time professors and influential University presidents. While...

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MAP: UT buildings and the history behind their names

Bobby Blanchard October 20, 2013

Orange — A building named after a UT president, faculty member or regent. Green — A building named after a donor. Yellow — A building that is unnamed. The University might...

LISTEN: Post Office closure, CapMetro closure and course auditing

Bobby Blanchard October 11, 2013

In this podcast, Bobby Blanchard, Christine Ayala and special guests Madlin Mekelburg and Anthony Green discuss the news that the campus post office is slated to close in February. They also discuss...


Cockrell School of Engineering entering 21st century with new building, leaving behind outdated facilities

Bobby Blanchard September 23, 2013

The Engineering Sciences Building — a 50-year-old facility that houses the University’s electrical engineering program — has run its life course.  Ceilings open up to exposed...

LISTEN: 4 year graduation rates and Bevo

Bobby Blanchard September 23, 2013

In this podcast, Bobby Blanchard, Christine Ayala and Jordan Rudner discuss the recent four year graduation rates and Christine Ayala's long form feature on UT's mascot — Bevo. Listen...


9 ways the new engineering building will improve the really, really bad Engineering Sciences Building

Bobby Blanchard September 22, 2013

      1. No more stained, ugly ceiling tiles that look like someone spilled his or her coffee. Photo of the Engineering Sciences Building ceiling by Zachary Strain 2. It...

LISTEN: Funding for engineering building, foundations adjustments

Bobby Blanchard September 13, 2013

In this podcast, Bobby Blanchard, Jordan Rudner and Jacob Kerr discuss the recent action by the UT System Board of Regents to approve a new funding plan for the University's new engineering building....

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UT System investment presents possible conflict of interest

Bobby Blanchard September 13, 2013

Behind the fresh, glamorous exteriors of the newly built private off-campus dorm, The Callaway House, is American Campus Communities, a private student housing developer that the UT System has invested...

LISTEN: Balloon attacks, construction complaints in West Campus

Bobby Blanchard September 8, 2013

In this podcast, Bobby Blanchard, Christine Ayala, and Jordan Rudner discuss the balloon attacks happening in West Campus, the 10-1 plan, and recent accusations that construction workers in West Campus...


Construction workers in West Campus apartment complexes allege mistreatment, unpaid wages

Bobby Blanchard September 6, 2013

Of the three West Campus apartment complexes that opened to more than 1,000 students this fall, at least two were built by construction workers who claimed they were mistreated. Documents obtained from...

LISTEN: Updates on Longhorn Network, regents

Bobby Blanchard August 30, 2013

In the first Daily Texan podcast of the 2013 fall semester, Bobby Blanchard, Christine Ayala and Jordan Rudner discuss updates on the Longhorn Network and some of the recent Board of Regents controversies. Check...

UT appoints Greg Fenves to provost

Bobby Blanchard August 4, 2013

Just before the start of the next academic school year, Greg Fenves, the dean of the Cockrell School of Engineering, has been appointed to the position of provost of the University. Fenves, who...


LISTEN: Previewing the 2013 Texas Football season

Bobby Blanchard August 2, 2013

In the last Daily Texan Podcast of the summer, Bobby Blanchard, Christine Ayala, Jody Serrano and special guest Sara Beth Purdy recap the summer's two biggest stories: abortion legislation and Fisher...


LISTEN: UT regents, MyEdu and ESPN’s X Games

Bobby Blanchard July 26, 2013

In this podcast, Bobby Blanchard, Christine Ayala, Jody Serrano and special guest Jacob Kerr discuss the UT regents, MyEdu and ESPN's X Games. They also get off topic for a little bit and discuss the...


Austin wins summer X Games bid, prepares to welcome extreme fans

Sara Beth Purdy and Bobby Blanchard July 22, 2013

Within the state of Texas, sports are a way of life. Home to two MLB teams, two NFL teams, three NBA teams, NBC’s Friday Night Lights and a mob of frenzied fans, Texas is known for its all-American,...

LISTEN: Greg Abbott running for Texas governor

Bobby Blanchard July 19, 2013

In this podcast, Bobby Blanchard, Christine Ayala and Jody Serrano discuss Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott's recent announcement that he was running for governor in 2014. They also discuss the abortion...


Greg Abbott speaks to Austinites at end of Texas tour

Bobby Blanchard July 19, 2013

49ers quarterback and former longhorn Colt McCoy introduced Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott as "the next Texas governor" to a crowd of Abbott supporters at an event in Austin Thursday evening. "It's...


Democrats remain determined despite Texas Senate passing abortion legislation

Bobby Blanchard July 13, 2013

Moments after the Texas Senate passed abortion legislation and sent a bill to Texas Gov. Rick Perry's desk, undaunted Democratic Senators and opponents of the abortion legislation rallied on the...

LISTEN: The Death and Life of the “Albino” Squirrel

Bobby Blanchard July 12, 2013

In this podcast, Bobby Blanchard, Christine Ayala and Jody Serrano discuss the most recent UT System Board of Regent meeting, the final stages of the abortion legislation in the Texas legislature and the...


Supporters, opponents of abortion legislation rally at Texas Capitol

Bobby Blanchard July 9, 2013

Supporters of abortion legislation in blue and opponents of the bills in orange mixed together at the Texas Capitol Monday night, chanting, screaming and singing over each other. Two different rallies...


LISTEN: The Second Special Session: The Sequel

Bobby Blanchard July 5, 2013

In this podcast, Bobby Blanchard, Christian Ayala and special guest Laura Wright discuss the second special session of the 83rd Legislature. They also discuss how the national spotlight has turned to Texas...


Texas House committee passes abortion legislation

Bobby Blanchard July 3, 2013

More than 1,000 people signed up to testify on abortion legislation at a House State Affairs Committee hearing on Tuesday, but less than 100 had the opportunity to. The House State Affairs Committee...

Supreme Court strikes down Section 4 of Voting Rights Act

Bobby Blanchard June 25, 2013

The Supreme Court of the United States has struck down Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act and is requiring Congress to figure out new ways to determine which states require stricter federal monitoring. Section...


LISTEN: Daily Texan Podcast tackles abortion, vetoes and Fisher v. Texas

Bobby Blanchard June 21, 2013

In this podcast, Bobby Blanchard, Jody Serrano and Christine Ayala speak about the recent controversies at the State Capitol regarding abortion legislation. The trio also talk about Texas Gov. Rick Perry's...


Rick Perry vetoes more than two dozen bills

Gov. Rick Perry vetoed a key bill that would have restricted the responsbilities and power of the UT System Board of Regents in a slew of bill killings Friday.  Perry vetoed more than 20 bills,...


Job posting for UT Dell Medical School dean calls for significant research, economic return

Bobby Blanchard June 11, 2013

In a 21-page document released Monday, UT has outlined the expectations, duties and opportunities of the inaugural dean of the Dell Medical School, a position the University hopes to have filled by...


Mosque set on fire in North London close to UT students studying abroad

Bobby Blanchard June 5, 2013

UT students studying abroad in north London are approximately a mile away from a mosque that was set on fire Wednesday. According to the Associated Press, a fire at the Somali Bravanese Welfare Association,...


Higher ed stakeholders express concerns over declining research funding

Jody Serrano and Bobby Blanchard June 5, 2013

On the cusp of possibly losing $105 million in research funds under the across-the-board budget cuts known as sequestration, UT System officials are working to find alternative options to fund research.  Higher...


School of Journalism director Glenn Frankel to leave UT after 2013-2014 academic year

Bobby Blanchard May 15, 2013

After four years as the director of the School of Journalism, Glenn Frankel will retire from his position and become a full-time author. In an email to his colleagues Thursday evening, Frankel...


UT students doodle on Perry-Castañeda Library’s whiteboards go on Flickr

Bobby Blanchard May 14, 2013

Students who sought relief from end-of-the-year stresses by doodling on the whiteboards in the Perry-Castañeda Library just might be famous on Flickr. Beginning in the spring of 2010, the library...

App building class turns students into developers

Bobby Blanchard April 29, 2013

This semester, more than 20 journalism and computer science students entered senior journalism lecturer Robert Quigley’s new Mobile News App Design class. All of them will leave the class as developers,...


David Sedaris explores life with humor in “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls”

Bobby Blanchard April 24, 2013

David Sedaris does not stray from his typically sarcastic style in his latest book “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls,” in which he writes about politics, rednecks, a husband-stealing...

Five things to take away from this weekend’s International Symposium of Online Journalism

Bobby Blanchard April 22, 2013

This past weekend more than 350 journalists converged at the Blanton Museum of Art for the annual International Symposium of Online Journalism. This year a record-breaking number of editors, reporters...


For the small town of West, an event no one saw coming

Bobby Blanchard April 19, 2013

WEST — Outside her house Thursday afternoon, Carolanne Kocain struggled to describe the explosion that happened at the fertilizer plant close to her home in the town of West on Wednesday evening....


West residents still uncertain of home, fellow community members’ fate

Bobby Blanchard April 18, 2013

WEST — Resident of West, B.J. Walters is sitting on an air mattress in the First Baptist Church of Gholson with his dog Pepe and his grandmother Joyce Rucker at 3:57 a.m. on Thursday when he...

Will a self published ebook ever win the pulitzer?

Bobby Blanchard April 15, 2013

The Association of American Publishers recently reported 23 percent of American publishing sales came from e-books in 2012, which is up from 17 percent in 2011. E-books are growing industry, and while...

Dave Eggers’ “A Hologram for the King” has a shot at the pulitzer

Bobby Blanchard April 15, 2013

In Dave Eggers’ “A Hologram for the King,” an almost broke salesman, close to unemployment, is trying in vain to support his daughter’s college education. His only hope: pitch and...

Non-specific bomb threat brings increased law enforcement presence to campus

Bobby Blanchard April 11, 2013

Late Wednesday afternoon, the University sent a campus-wide email alerting students they will see an increase in law enforcement for the next few days because of a bomb threat. UT spokeswoman Cindy...

“Life After Life” centered around character’s death after death

Bobby Blanchard April 11, 2013

Ursula Todd, the main character of Kate Atkinson’s “Life After Life,” dies in the first few pages of the novel. And then she dies again. And again. And again. In fact, Ursula’s...

The Daily Texan named “College Paper of the Year” by Texas Associated Press Managing Editors

Bobby Blanchard April 8, 2013

The Texas Associated Press Managing Editors named The Daily Texan “College Paper of the Year” for the third year in a row this past weekend. Aleksander Chan, former managing editor of The...

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Facebook Home: What it is, where it’s going and what it means

Bobby Blanchard April 8, 2013

Facebook Home, the newest push by Facebook to make your real life secondary to your digital life, isn’t going to be a success, but it is a sign for more developments to come. Facebook unveiled...

Elizabeth Strout’s characters proves strongest element in ‘The Burgess Boys’

Bobby Blanchard April 2, 2013

Elizabeth Strout’s “The Burgess Boys” is only her fourth book, but her engaging plot thrives with a cast of well-rounded characters. The majority of the novel takes place in Shirley...

UT opens its first four edX courses to registration

Bobby Blanchard April 1, 2013

Over the weekend, UT opened four free massive open online courses for registration. The University’s edX courses, which will begin in September, are Ideas of the 20th Century, Introduction to...


Ten UT-related twitter accounts you should be following

Bobby Blanchard April 1, 2013

UT is more popular than Beyonce. At least maybe on Twitter. Among Texas’ universities and colleges, UT-Austin has the highest Klout score. Klout is a company that analyzes a person’s or...

“Family Pictures” written well, but unoriginal

Bobby Blanchard March 27, 2013

“Family Pictures” is not good enough to read and not bad enough to hate. The book isn’t awful. It doesn’t put you to sleep, and it doesn’t lack clarity. But there is nothing...

State of Journalism report mix of good, bad news

Bobby Blanchard March 25, 2013

Editor’s note: This is the first installment of Media Monday, which is a weekly column about journalism, social media, media in general and news. For the past 13 years, journalism has been dying. Kind...

Rowling donates $25 million, UT gets ready to construct new building

Bobby Blanchard March 22, 2013

A $25 million donation is going to give business graduate students another place to study and everyone else a new place to park. Dallas businessman and UT alumnus Robert B. Rowling and his family donated...

Luis Negrón keeps ‘Mundo Cruel’ brief, but enjoyable

Bobby Blanchard March 19, 2013

In just 96 pages, Luis Negrón is satirical, heartwarming, heartbreaking and laugh-out-loud funny. His collection of short fictional stories, “Mundo Cruel”, is gay fiction at its best. “Mundo...

Legal services offers advice, help to UT students with tickets

Bobby Blanchard March 18, 2013

With spring break over, UT’s Legal Services for Students is entering its busy season. The office of  Legal Services for Students offers free legal advice to UT students on any legal issue,...

Spring breakers who return from Colorado with marijuana may face felony charges

Bobby Blanchard March 8, 2013

Students who spend spring break in Colorado risk facing felony charges if they bring marijuana into Texas, said Sylvia Holmes, UT Legal Services for Students attorney. UT Legal Services for Students,...

The candidates’ columns: Let the student regent vote

Bobby Blanchard February 26, 2013

Editor’s note: Per the TSM election code Section 7.45B, Daily Texan editor-in-chief candidates have the opportunity to publish two columns during their campaigns. The candidates were asked to write...

The Daily Texan is not a newspaper

Bobby Blanchard February 22, 2013

Editor’s note: Per the TSM election code Section 7.45B, Daily Texan editor-in-chief candidates have the opportunity to publish two columns during their campaigns. The candidates were asked to write...

Rhyme and reason play no part in nutty novel

Bobby Blanchard January 29, 2013

Dave Barry’s “Insane City” is true to its name — as soon as Seth Weinstein and his groomsmen arrive in Miami for his wedding, things get a little crazy. And by ‘a little crazy’,...

Melanie Benjamin explores the life of Anne Lindbergh in “The Aviator’s Wife”

Bobby Blanchard January 23, 2013

In “The Aviator’s Wife”, Melanie Benjamin shines a light on the rarely told story of author and aviator Anne Lindbergh, whose accomplishments and personality often fall in the shadow...

George Saunders produces what will be one of the best books of 2013

Bobby Blanchard January 14, 2013

Although the year has just begun, George Saunders’ “Tenth of December” is sure to become one of 2013’s most prominent and talked-about works of fiction. “Tenth of December”...

Student Government reflects on fall accomplishments, looks to Invest in Texas campaign, outdoor water fountains next semester

Bobby Blanchard December 7, 2012

As they look back over this past semester and ahead to the next one, Student Government president Thor Lund and vice-president Wills Brown said they are happy with what they see. Brown and Lund announced...


LBJ Library will unveil new exhibits after year-long renovation

Bobby Blanchard December 7, 2012

The Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library is getting a new look later this month — and it is coming with a price. When the LBJ Presidential Library unveils its new exhibit Dec. 22, the library...

Daily Texan news boxes on their way to Belo Center for New Media for spring semester

Bobby Blanchard December 6, 2012

Three months after announcing intentions to place a Daily Texan news box in front of the Belo Center for New Media, the College of Communication is now saying it hopes to install specially designed and...


Snarky novel ‘Struck By Lightning’ misses mark with unprofessional mistakes

Bobby Blanchard December 3, 2012

Chris Colfer certainly brings laughter in “Struck By Lightning: The Carson Phillips Journal,” but beyond a snarky and sarcastic attitude Colfer fails to add anything else to his novel. “Struck...


Student Government encourages student entrepreneurship with One Semester Startup

Bobby Blanchard November 30, 2012

With the help of various organizations and UT professors, Student Government is hoping to continue growing entrepreneurship support on campus. One Semester Startup, a UT course that aims to help educate...

Humorous T-Shirt pokes fun at Mack Brown

Bobby Blanchard November 30, 2012

According to a new T-shirt, OU and UT fans have finally found something to agree on: Mack Brown. Smack Apparel, a sports-focused non-licensing T-shirt company, is selling a new shirt that reads “Keep...


Austin not blind to nature preservation

Bobby Blanchard November 29, 2012

Four salamander species that inhabit Central Texas might be added to the endangered species list, but city officials say they are prepared for the restrictions associated with this change. The U.S....

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Giant black hole baffles astronomers

Bobby Blanchard November 29, 2012

A discovery made with the help of UT-Austin equipment and research has thrown a supermassive wrench into astronomers’ understanding of black holes and how they form. Using a telescope at UT’s...

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UT’s telescope finds massive black hole, challenges former theories

Bobby Blanchard November 28, 2012

Theories about how black holes are grown inside a galaxy may have to be modified because of a recent discovery astronomers made using UT’s Hobby-Eberly Telescope. While working on a study to better...


Attorneys offer advice for first-time renters

Bobby Blanchard November 28, 2012

As the fall semester comes to a close, students are beginning the hunt for a place to live off campus next fall — an experience that can scare first time leasing students. Raymond Schiflett, director...


University System sues Ryan O’Neal over Farrah Fawcett portrait by Andy Warhol

Bobby Blanchard November 28, 2012

The dispute over a $30 million portrait between the UT System and actor Ryan O’Neal was delayed Tuesday, further keeping the Andy Warhol portrait of late actress and former UT student Farrah Fawcett...

Education bills seek to increase student volunteers

Bobby Blanchard November 27, 2012

Editor’s note: We will feature higher education bills already filed for Texas’ 83rd legislative session, which begins Jan. 8, every day until the end of the semester. Two bills filed...

SURE Walk moves headquarters to Perry-Castañeda Library for increased accessibility

Bobby Blanchard November 26, 2012

SURE Walk, a free Student Government service that aims to protect students walking during late hours, moved its headquarters to the Perry-Castañeda Library in hopes of better serving students and increasing...


Glenn Beck offers a dystopian future with “Agenda 21,” leaves readers with more questions than answers

Bobby Blanchard November 26, 2012

Glenn Beck’s “Agenda 21” is set in an undated but futuristic totalitarian United States. Unfortunately, the book offers nothing new to the dystopian genre and is cliched. The novel is...

SG to vote on bill to require presidents, vice presidents to address students on YouTube

Bobby Blanchard November 21, 2012

Student Government’s increased presence on YouTube might become permanent if a new bill passes through the general assembly next week. Wills Brown, Student Government vice president, and Joshua...

UT’s Wayfinder adds tools to help students pick major

Bobby Blanchard November 20, 2012

A new online interactive balloon-popping game is one way UT is trying to help its incoming students graduate in four years. The University added modules to Wayfinder, an online site incorporated into...


Author details own delirium

Bobby Blanchard November 19, 2012

Though “Brain on Fire” is written as a memoir, the tale of Susannah Cahalan’s fall into madness and ascent back to sanity is a horror story fit for any campfire. In the book, Cahalan,...


University to turn annual A&M Hex Rally against TCU, continuing tradition despite conference change

Bobby Blanchard November 19, 2012

UT will work witchcraft Monday night with its annual Hex Rally, but this year it is not against A&M. The Hex Rally is an annual event held by Texas Exes, previously to place a hex, or a curse, on...


Jalah Goette appointed permanent director of Texas Student Media, will quickly work to develop budget

Bobby Blanchard November 15, 2012

For the first time in nine months, Texas Student Media has a permanent director. Jalah Goette was appointed to the position Nov. 8 by Gage Paine, Vice President for Student Affairs, after the Texas Student...

Student organizations coordinate campus-wide food drive

Bobby Blanchard November 13, 2012

UT student organizations joined together to launch a campus-wide canned food drive this week, with the goal of collecting 1,000 cans for the Capital Area Food Bank. Neighborhood Longhorns Program, a nonprofit...

Alumnus John Schwartz chronicles son’s sexual identity struggle in memoir ‘Oddly Normal’

Bobby Blanchard November 12, 2012

There are not a lot of books that explore a child’s coming out story from the eyes of his parents, but with parental love and a journalistic style, “Oddly Normal: One Family’s Struggle...


Student entrepreneurs start up HatTee company, sell golf hats

Bobby Blanchard November 9, 2012

Logan Brown and Bradley Roofner are fellow sophomores, fraternity brothers, roommates, close friends and the two founding CEOs of a student entrepreneurship company that makes accessorized hats for golfers. Brown,...

Texas Student Media board gives previous interim director permanent position

Bobby Blanchard November 9, 2012

Gage Paine, vice president of Student Affairs, announced Thursday that Jalah Goette will serve as the director of the Texas Student Media board. The Texas Student Media board represents the various University...

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