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All content by Caleb Wong

Fine arts students deserve compensation for real work

Caleb Wong May 3, 2018

Rachel Jarvis* will be working full-time over the summer — but she won’t be paid for all those hours. After the semester ends, she plans on cashiering at an outdoor retail center (and...


UT should host December graduation ceremonies

Caleb Wong April 19, 2018

Most students who graduate in December can’t walk in a fall commencement ceremony.  The College of Liberal Arts and the College of Natural Sciences stopped hosting December commencement ceremonies...


The power of crowdsourcing helps marginalized students

Caleb Wong April 13, 2018

Students don’t come to UT on equal footing. First-generation students like Lauren Loper have to navigate college without the safety net of solid advice and money that their better-off peers possess...


Build a new gym on campus so students don’t die lifting weights

Caleb Wong April 10, 2018

When I walk into the free weights section of Gregory Gym in the evening after a long day of school, I feel intimidated. I stretch out my arms and worry that I’m going to bump into someone as I get...


UT students won’t be able to attend next year’s SXSW. That hurts

Caleb Wong April 10, 2018

For years, South by Southwest has offered the rarest of opportunities: professional experience and unabashed revelry — often at the same time. A lowly student without a badge can wait in line and...

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Why I won’t be giving to the senior class gift

Caleb Wong April 3, 2018

Apparently, bleeding students for everything they are worth through tuition isn’t enough. Student Government’s Senior Class Gift Committee seeks to raise about $120,000 dollars from the class...


Off-campus art offers opportunity for beauty, introspection

Caleb Wong March 28, 2018

Going to see art off campus is a long journey. My Intro to China professor asked us to visit “Forever Bicycles,” an off-campus sculpture, for extra credit last semester. Although the art installation...


Austin B-cycle should provide helmets to riders

Caleb Wong March 9, 2018

Austin B-cycle is a happy medium between wanting to ride a bike and dealing with the costs of owning one. I can get to a Sunday evening church service or a class without having to pull out the U-lock or...


UT should teach students the way to happiness in the classroom

Caleb Wong March 2, 2018

Earning high grades, working at internships, and doing extracurriculars can be an exercise in unhappiness. Rigorous science, though, can give us skills to lead a more satisfying life. The science of positive...


In Ellsworth Kelly’s “Austin,” a place for contemplation without an agenda

Caleb Wong February 23, 2018

UT’s campus can make students extraordinarily stressed. Speedway construction induces claustrophobia. PCL’s harsh fluorescent light causes headaches. Even spaces built for relaxation are busy...


Dealing with interpersonal violence? Peer support is available

Caleb Wong February 13, 2018

Reporting what happened to the Title IX office. Filing legal charges. Finding counseling and support on or off campus. Deciding whether to undergo a forensic exam. Getting that letter for academic accommodations...


UT students are tired, let us nap

Caleb Wong February 9, 2018

Once students are on campus, they are busy. They are studying. They are meeting with their professors in office hours. They are participating in extracurricular activities. All of this takes a toll. Twenty-four...

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PCL needs a new look

Caleb Wong February 8, 2018

There are many beautiful, old buildings on the UT campus whose utility belies their age. Light filtering through the long windows onto the worn tables in the architecture library makes studying pleasant....


Model minority myth hurts Asian-Americans

Caleb Wong January 22, 2018

“You’re so smart — and good at math. Which college are you going to?” Well-meaning people lob these seemingly positive assumptions at Asian-Americans. The widespread “model...


Workers benefit from appropriate compensation, not false titles

Caleb Wong August 4, 2017

As a “Sandwich Artist” at Subway, I was paid $8.00 an hour. I wore a standard, garish green uniform and black pants, along with a pair of kitchen shoes and a black apron.  Under slanted...


What Trump doesn’t understand about the Boy Scouts

Caleb Wong July 26, 2017

I feel sorry for President Donald Trump. In his address to the Boy Scouts at the 2017 National Scout Jamboree this week, the selfless mogul extolled the virtues of the Scout Oath and Law. Repeating...


Men ruined Uber. A woman must fix it.

Caleb Wong July 19, 2017

Open Uber. Type in an address. Car pulls to the curb. Pay less than what a taxi costs. As a passenger, everything seems well as ride-sharing becomes cheaper and more user-friendly. But the simple interface...


Social media companies must design more ethical platforms

Caleb Wong July 14, 2017

I was broken. I applied to become a member of a student society — unlike many others, it seemed like the right fit — and I got an interview. Then I didn’t get in, so I succumbed to my...


How I benefitted from the model minority myth

Caleb Wong July 5, 2017

“I want to change my last name,” I told my dad as I walked into his office late that night. At 16 years old, I enjoyed the trappings of my family’s financial success: a McMansion,...


Want to fight fake news? Teach logic in elementary schools

Caleb Wong June 28, 2017

It’s too easy to find lies, and it’s too easy to believe them. Like the yellow tabloids of the 19th century, fake news — which I define as publications pushing misleadingly slanted and...


Facebook must prioritize queer rights in repressive countries over lucrative expansion

Caleb Wong June 26, 2017

When I first saw the pride flag as a reaction on Facebook, I couldn’t help but be moved. The social media company, after several missteps with transgender users regarding their “real names”...


Men should harness their ambition and potential into female-dominated fields

Caleb Wong June 15, 2017

I spoke with a powerful man recently. He’s taken and passed tough anatomy tests. He’s worked in a variety of rotations, from the intensive care unit to the labor and delivery unit. Whether...


Activism, not impeachment, will bring Donald Trump down

Caleb Wong June 13, 2017

President Donald Trump himself has praised Putin’s response as “very smart” on Twitter to the Obama’s administration’s sanctions against Russia. Attorney General Jeff Sessions...


Texas’ dwindling investment in higher education means gains left on the table

Caleb Wong January 25, 2017

Students sacrifice to get a UT degree everyday. Many students, especially those who must pay their way through school, work many hours outside of class to pay their way through school. And regardless of...


Activists must reach beyond their perspectives in calls for justice

Caleb Wong January 18, 2017

It is a truism on the 40 Acres that diversity should be our common goal, that we should celebrate our differences. I am reminded of what separates us from each other whenever I step into the Gender and...


Federal officials say arson caused West explosion

Caleb Wong May 12, 2016

A “criminal act” caused the 2013 fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas, according to a report released by federal officials.    Officials from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,...


Looking forward to Abigail Fisher: An Explainer

Caleb Wong May 6, 2016

This summer, the Supreme Court is expected to release a ruling on the case Abigail Fisher v. University of Texas. Since the case was filed in 2009, it has sparked a debate about the role of race in college...


Even when students leave Austin, their 12-month leases stay with them

Caleb Wong May 5, 2016

Nursing senior Liana Chau is excited to graduate and go back to Houston over the summer. “I’m going to be relaxing and studying,” Chau said. “I need to pass my state board [exam]...


Turning into trees, students connect with the national parks

Caleb Wong May 4, 2016

Sergio Cavazos is 5 feet 10 inches tall. But for a couple of moments, he became one with nature, turning into a 307-foot-tall redwood tree.  “It was a dream turned into reality,” government...


UT experiences higher demand for on-campus housing

Caleb Wong May 3, 2016

Jake Sanchez, a senior at Brandeis High School in San Antonio, will be the first in his family to go to UT. “It was between [UT] or staying home for college, and UT was the choice,” he said....


UT sees increase in Title IX reports involving sexual violence

Caleb Wong May 2, 2016

The University has seen an increase in Title IX reports involving student complaints about sexual violence, according to the Title IX office. Title IX complaints consist of cases involving sexual assault,...


UT to welcome largest incoming freshmen class ever

Caleb Wong April 29, 2016

When classes start next fall, UT is expected to welcome more than 8,500 incoming freshmen to UT, according to the provost’s office.  “This is the largest incoming freshmen class in...


Minority voters oppose campus carry, poll finds

Caleb Wong April 29, 2016

A majority of black and Latino voters in Texas do not support campus carry, according to a recent poll released by the Institute for Urban Policy Research and Analysis.  According to the poll,...


Kerry discusses experience in Vietnam, America’s path forward in aftermath of war

Caleb Wong April 28, 2016

Drawing on his experience as a Vietnam veteran, Secretary of State John Kerry said America has made significant progress in its relationship with Vietnam, but more needs to be done.  “The...


Former secretary of state Henry Kissinger discusses his controversial career

Caleb Wong April 27, 2016

Addressing his controversial record as former secretary of state, Henry Kissinger acknowledged “mistakes were made” by America in the Vietnam War but said he had no regrets about his actions...


University officials, state officials clash on tuition increases

Caleb Wong April 27, 2016

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick strongly criticized Texas higher education institutions for raising tuition, suggesting the Texas Senate will attempt to limit tuition increases during the next legislative session.  “We...

Preliminary hearing held for suspect Meechaiel Criner

Caleb Wong April 24, 2016

A preliminary hearing for suspect Meechaiel Criner was scheduled Friday morning at the Travis County Criminal Court. Criner, who was charged with the murder of UT student Haruka Weiser, did not appear...


By losing control, UT trends on social media

Caleb Wong April 22, 2016

If you want to grow your social media presence, you have to give it up. This is the lesson Natalie Groves and Nicholas Persac, UT’s social media coordinators, learned when they let two self-described...


SeekUT struggles to attract more users despite new features

Caleb Wong April 20, 2016

The UT System announced it is making a major update to its salary and interactive debt database, seekUT, with new features at a higher education conference Tuesday.  seekUT is a online tool that...


21 Pearl management provides more details about evacuation procedures in notice

Caleb Wong April 17, 2016

Management at the 21 Pearl apartment complex provided more detail about evacuation procedures in a notice dated Thursday, after students were evacuated from their apartments Wednesday due to a hazmat situation. Management...

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UT doesn’t follow trend of accepting more out-of-state students

Caleb Wong April 15, 2016

When Jon Burstain came as a freshman to UT Austin from Iowa, he didn’t know anybody on campus.  “I originally thought everyone had a Southern accent,” said Burstain, a finance...


Residents of West Campus apartment complex concerned over hazmat situation

Caleb Wong April 14, 2016

One male student died and 11 people were injured in a hazardous materials situation involving hydrogen sulfide Wednesday afternoon at 21 Pearl, a student apartment complex in West Campus. While the...


One dead, five injured in West Campus hazmat situation

Caleb Wong April 13, 2016

Update (7:45): UTPD spokesperson Cindy Posey said all of the residents at 21 Pearl are able to return to their apartments permanently. "They won't need [emergency housing] anymore,"...

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Bike registration plummets in recent years

Caleb Wong April 13, 2016

New bike registration steadily decreased from the 2009–2010 academic year to the 2013–2014 academic year, according to the most recent data made available by Parking and Transportation Services.  According...


Universities must find alternative sources of funding in light of state budget cuts, University leaders and lawmakers say

Caleb Wong April 12, 2016

Institutions of higher education must work with each other and the public and private sectors to fund their programs in light of decreased state funding, said top higher education officials and lawmakers. Former...


Suspect arrested, charged with murder in connection to Waller Creek homicide

Mikaela Cannizzo and Caleb Wong April 11, 2016

Police arrested suspect Meechaiel Criner in connection with the death of dance freshman Haruka Weiser on Thursday afternoon and formally filed murder charges on Friday.  According to an arrest...

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For 12 years running, more women than men attend UT

Caleb Wong April 11, 2016

When UT alumna Margaret C. Berry was a student in the 1930s, UT’s student population was male dominated. “All the girls were prepared to teach,” Berry said about a time when most female...


APD formally files murder charges against suspect Meechaiel Criner

Mikaela Cannizzo and Caleb Wong April 8, 2016

The Austin Police Department has formally filed charges of murder against suspect Meechaiel Criner, who is believed to be connected to the death of dance freshman Haruka Weiser. On Tuesday morning,...


APD arrests suspect in connection to homicide victim’s death

Mikaela Cannizzo and Caleb Wong April 8, 2016

Update (3:00 p.m.): UT President Gregory Fenves sent a statement Friday afternoon from Haruka Weiser’s family in an email to the UT community: “We remain steadfast in our desire to honor...


APD seeks suspect after Waller Creek homicide victim identified

Caleb Wong and Mikaela Cannizzo April 8, 2016

To read about the community gathering held Thursday evening in honor of Haruka Weiser, click here. The Austin Police Department is seeking help from the UT community and the general public to help identify...


Homicide victim identified as theatre and dance freshman

Mikaela Cannizzo and Caleb Wong April 7, 2016

For a recap of all of Thursday's updates, click here. To read about the community gathering held Thursday evening in honor of Haruka Weiser, click here.  Update (5:15 p.m.): A recap...


As homicide investigation continues, students and parents raise concerns over lack of information

Cassandra Jaramillo and Caleb Wong April 7, 2016

UT will provide increased safety measures for students as the homicide investigation on campus continues. In addition to extra officers and police vehicles patrolling campus, the University will provide...


UTPD responds to possible homicide in Waller Creek

Mikaela Cannizzo and Caleb Wong April 6, 2016

Update (12:45 p.m.): According to an email sent to the University by Fenves on Wednesday morning, the law enforcement agencies working on the investigation have finished processing the crime scene. "[The...


UT Regent Sara Tucker to address UT graduates at commencement

Caleb Wong April 6, 2016

UT alumna Sara Tucker didn’t go to her own commencement ceremony for her undergraduate degree in journalism or her MBA.  “I was the first in my family to go to college,” Tucker...


UTPD investigating possible homicide on campus

Caleb Wong and Cassandra Jaramillo April 5, 2016

To read our full recap of the day's coverage of this investigation, click here. Update (5:40 p.m.): UTPD Captain Don Verett said at a press conference that the investigation is ongoing and UTPD...


UT System to state officials: Tuition increases won’t affect affordability

Caleb Wong April 4, 2016

The UT System responded Thursday to a request from top state officials asking for information on student debt, college loan affordability and college completion rates.  The system’s report...


White students see more graduation gains than minority counterparts at UT, study shows

Caleb Wong April 1, 2016

From 2003 to 2013, the gap in graduation rates between white and minority students has widened, according to a report from the Education Trust.  Using data drawn from the National Center for Education...


Texas students lag behind others in preparing for college, higher education coordinator says

Caleb Wong March 30, 2016

Texas students are not as college-ready as their peers in other states, the state’s higher education commissioner told the higher education and education committees Tuesday. The commissioner,...


Ken Paxton files brief in support of Wallace Hall

Caleb Wong March 29, 2016

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a brief last Tuesday urging the court to reinstate UT Regent Wallace Hall’s lawsuit against UT System Chancellor William McRaven and provide the requested...


AAUP criticizes Universities’, Department of Education’s Title IX enforcement

Caleb Wong March 29, 2016

Universities and the Department of Education have threatened faculty’s academic freedom, due process and shared governance in the way universities handle sexual assault, according to a draft report...


Despite frontrunner status, Trump lacks support on campus

Caleb Wong March 28, 2016

If you ask Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, he says he gets along with everybody. “People love me, and I’ve been very successful,” Trump told Anderson Cooper during an interview...

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Faculty less diverse than student body, data shows

Caleb Wong March 28, 2016

Students are more diverse than the faculty members who teach them, according to data drawn from UT statistics.  77.3 percent of UT faculty are white, and 60.8 percent of faculty members are male,...


Interim architecture dean named after current dean announces departure

Caleb Wong March 21, 2016

President Gregory Fenves announced Elizabeth Danze, current associate dean for graduate programs, will serve as the interim dean of the School of Architecture beginning July 1. "I am grateful for...


New Secretary of Education addresses student loan repayment options, debt relief scams

Caleb Wong March 21, 2016

Paying off student loans isn’t easy and can take years, but the Department of Education is trying to make it easier through streamlined repayment options.  In a conference call Friday with...

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As improved U.S.-Cuba relations make individual travel easier, study abroad worth it, faculty and students say

Caleb Wong March 21, 2016

President Barack Obama touched ground in Cuba on Sunday, marking the first time a sitting president has visited Cuba since 1928. But countless scholars, students, journalists and other people traveling...


Lawmakers discuss role of alcohol in sexual assault in Higher Education Committee hearing

Caleb Wong March 9, 2016

Lawmakers vigorously questioned researchers, activists and higher education officials about sexual assault in a hearing before the Higher Education Committee on Tuesday.     Representatives...


UTPD to hire female detective to investigate sexual assault, work with survivors

Caleb Wong March 9, 2016

UTPD will officially hire a female detective specializing in sexual assault investigations by April, according to Chief David Carter. Carter said the hire will be a current UTPD officer and will be...

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Texas youth voter turnout on Super Tuesday rivals 2008

Caleb Wong March 8, 2016

Texas youth voter turnout in 2016 rivals election participation in 2008, according to political science researchers.  An estimated 565,864 young people ages 18 to 29 voted in the Texas Super...


Public universities should cut costs instead of raising tuition, state officials say

Caleb Wong March 7, 2016

High-ranking state officials criticized recent tuition increases by UT-Austin and other public universities in a letter sent to public university presidents and chancellors Friday. “It is discouraging...


Faculty members cite campus carry as reason to leave University

Caleb Wong March 4, 2016

Growing up in a family of hunters, Frederick Steiner, dean of the Architecture School, got his first gun when he was 11 years old.  “I grew up hunting,” Steiner said. “I grew...


LBJ professor speaks about capitalism to Bernie Sanders supporters

Caleb Wong March 2, 2016

As Super Tuesday results came out, supporters of Bernie Sanders gathered on campus to listen to a public policy professor speak about capitalism, one of Sanders’ biggest platform points.   Raj...


Voters to decide if campus carry makes it to Texas Democratic Party platform

Caleb Wong March 1, 2016

Voters in the Democratic Primary will have an opportunity today to help decide whether campus carry will be on the party platform of the Texas Democratic Party.   On the ballot, the question posed...


Board of Regents votes to increase UT-Austin tuition by three percent

Caleb Wong March 1, 2016

The UT System Board of Regents voted 5-3 Monday to raise tuition at UT-Austin by 3.1 percent for the 2016–2017 academic year and by another 3 percent for 2017–2018.  This is the...


Ideas, values attract young women away from Clinton to Sanders

Caleb Wong February 26, 2016

In May, Lydia Tsao, a self-described LGBT activist, supported Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination when the former secretary of state announced her candidacy via social media. “I had...


Other public universities share their experience implementing campus carry

Caleb Wong February 26, 2016

At public universities, such as the University of Idaho and the University of Colorado-Boulder, campus carry has been implemented with only a couple of minor gun-related incidents. But at UT, the issue...


Students for Concealed Carry, Gun Free UT may file litigation in response to University decision on campus carry

Caleb Wong February 24, 2016

Both Students for Concealed Carry and Gun Free UT have suggested they might file litigation in response to UT President Gregory Fenves’ decision regarding campus carry. “SCC is confident...


UT System to establish summer internship program in philanthropy

Caleb Wong February 19, 2016

The state of Texas funded 47 percent of UT-Austin’s budget in the 1984-85 academic year, while gifts and endowments funded 3 percent. In the 2013-14 academic year, the state only funded 13 percent...

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UT faculty compensation lags behind peer schools

Caleb Wong February 19, 2016

UT is considered a top-tier public university by rankings published by sources such as Business Insider and U.S. News & World Report, but it does not pay its faculty as much as its highly-ranked peers. Faculty...


Fenves releases campus carry rules

Caleb Wong and Mikaela Cannizzo February 18, 2016

UT President Gregory Fenves notified the University of his decision regarding the policies for campus carry legislation via email Wednesday morning. After communicating with the campus carry working...


President Obama’s budget includes more money for Pell Grants, a simplified FAFSA

Caleb Wong February 16, 2016

Starting next year, students could receive extra money in the form of a Pell Grant or answer fewer questions on their Free Application for Federal Aid. President Barack Obama’s proposed fiscal...


UT System invests $30 million to “win the talent war” for top faculty

Caleb Wong February 15, 2016

The UT System Board of Regents voted Thursday to fund a program by an additional $30 million that attracts promising faculty members to UT System institutions. The Science and Technology Acquisition...


Regents, McRaven clash over tuition increases

Caleb Wong February 12, 2016

Chancellor William McRaven and the Board of Regents held a civil but spirited meeting over proposed tuition increases Wednesday in Galveston.  “If you aggregate the increases, it’s...


Despite uncertainty around campus carry, many expect relatively smooth rollout

Caleb Wong February 11, 2016

Anticipation and uncertainty about campus carry has increased, especially as UT prepares to release campus carry rules within the next few weeks, ahead of the Aug. 1 implementation date. However, members...


As sharing economy grows, Airbnb and city regulations collide

Caleb Wong February 11, 2016

Lizzy*, a senior at UT, makes $300 a month, but she doesn’t work a traditional on-campus job or get the money from her parents.  Instead, she charges guests to stay in a room in the...


In crowded HD 49 race, candidates try to set themselves apart

Caleb Wong February 9, 2016

Democratic candidates in a crowded race for the House District 49 seat attempted to differentiate themselves from each other during a moderated discussion on campus Monday.  Speaking to a predominantly...


Fischer, Hinojosa get thumbs up from University Democrats, Central Austin Democrats in House seat race

Caleb Wong and Forrest Milburn February 8, 2016

University Democrats and Central Austin Democrats endorsed different candidates for House District 49 on Sunday, establishing a divide in widely coveted support from two of Austin’s top Democratic...


Presidential candidates promote different solutions for college affordability

Caleb Wong February 8, 2016

College affordability has become an increasingly important issue in the presidential campaign, but each candidate has a distinct and different plan to tackle this issue that many students face. Marco...


Students, McRaven clash on top ten percent rule

Caleb Wong February 5, 2016

Chancellor William McRaven, who oversees the UT System, inserted himself into a decades-long debate about the top ten percent rule, which allows the top portion of students at high schools in Texas to...

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UT System endowment falls 5.3 percent

Caleb Wong February 3, 2016

The UT System’s endowment returns shrunk 5.3 percent to $24.1 billion, according to data released last Wednesday by an association representing university business officers.  The National...


Future UT-Dallas president discusses plans for office

Caleb Wong February 2, 2016

The trajectories of UT-Dallas and the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech are similar: skyrocketing student enrollment, increased research expenditures and higher academic rankings. Those trajectories...


UT System implements “Rooney Rule,” promotes diversity in faculty, staff

Caleb Wong February 1, 2016

The UT System took a play from the NFL Thursday to eliminate gendered differences in pay and promote faculty and staff diversity. All UT System institutions must invite minority candidates to interview...


UT System implements Rooney Rule system-wide, effective immediately

Caleb Wong January 29, 2016

The UT System took a play from the NFL on Thursday to eliminate gendered differences in pay and promote faculty and staff diversity. All System institutions must invite minority candidates to interview...


Students, faculty share thoughts on McRaven’s first year as chancellor

Caleb Wong January 29, 2016

Admiral William McRaven gave students a memorable piece of advice during UT-Austin’s 2014 commencement ceremony: If you want to change the world, start by making your bed. Mere months later,...


New survey finds 21 percent of female students have been sexually assaulted in college

Caleb Wong January 28, 2016

About 21 percent of female undergraduates have experienced sexual assault since starting college, according to a recent survey of nine college campuses. The survey, commissioned by a White House task...


New UT Dallas President named

Caleb Wong January 27, 2016

The UT System Board of Regents named Richard Benson, dean of the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech, as the sole finalist for the presidency of the University of Texas at Dallas on Monday.  The...


McRaven says faculty members must comply with campus carry laws

Caleb Wong January 27, 2016

UT System Chancellor William McRaven said he expects faculty members to comply with campus carry rules and regulations in a Senate State Affairs Committee meeting Tuesday.  “We have...

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New gun legislation prompts questions

Caleb Wong January 27, 2016

If you’re a student, faculty or staff member at UT, you have probably heard about campus carry and open carry on and around college campuses. To clarify the current legislation, we answered frequently...


UT System to implement leadership education as part of core curriculum

Caleb Wong January 27, 2016

Students at every UT System institution will be required to participate in leadership education as part of the core curriculum, starting as early as next year. Named the American Leadership Program,...


Richard Benson named sole finalist for UT-Dallas president

Caleb Wong January 26, 2016

The UT System Board of Regents named Richard Benson, dean of the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech, as the sole finalist for the presidency of the University of Texas at Dallas. The Board of Regents...


Houston mayor “concerned” about UT expansion

Caleb Wong January 26, 2016

Houston mayor Sylvester Turner said the UT System’s planned expansion into the city could hurt other Houston-based universities. “One the one hand, it is flattering for a Tier One institution...

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