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All content by Mia Ciardi

Don’t write off Greek life

July 26, 2017

  Greek Life is often an afterthought to students looking to get involved on campus. Rushing a fraternity or a sorority comes with an “Animal House” stigma, and Greek members are stereotyped...


Take advantage of west campus

July 18, 2017

As high school students graduate, the inevitable separation from home and journey into college life quickly approaches. Incoming college freshman dedicate June, July, and August to making sure they have...


Addiction doesn’t end with jail time

July 11, 2017

In the United States, approximately 2.3 million people are incarcerated. Of those 2.3 million people, 1 in 5 of them are locked up for a drug related offense — 50 percent of which are considered...


Entry level jobs are not really entry level jobs

July 4, 2017

When four years of classes, studying abroad, and internships come to a close, there is one thing left to do — find a job. An entry level job that builds skills in a student’s field of study...


Longhorn football season is missing out on the perks of homecoming

June 29, 2017

If you ask any UT student what their favorite season is, the response, the majority of the time, will be the same: football season. The weekends of the fall semester are dedicated to tailgating, cowboy...


Timothy Piazza’s death needs to be a lesson to all

June 18, 2017

Orientation for the University of Texas started on June 5, meaning that summer for the Longhorns had officially started. With orientation comes orientation parties and with orientation parties comes...