Unidos y no serán vencidos: Disaster sets, Sun City rises
Carlos Garcia, Life&Arts senior reporter and associate photo editor, reflects on El Paso's strength following one of America's deadliest massacres. Read this story
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Latest in News
- The Student Activity Center, one of the most popular student spots on campus, will be renamed after former UT President Bill Powers.
- Students often question how the University of Texas’ $31 billion endowment — the second largest in the country — is spent, which is often unclear.
Latest in Opinion
- The editorial board argues that affordability, sexual misconduct, and hazing reforms will continue to be important issues in the year ahead.
- Columnist Wills Layton argues that releasing the finals schedule sooner would help students better plan their summers.
Latest in Sports
- Along with the outcome of the scrimmage, and more importantly moving forward, were the injuries that occurred.
- Running in the Toyota USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships, the odds seemed stacked against former Texas sprinter Teahna Daniels, who was competing against several Olympians and NCAA champions. Even with the pressure of competing for a spot at the World Championships, it didn’t seem to faze her.
Latest in Life & Arts
- The illustrations that haunted ‘90s childhoods are back, more alive than ever. “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” is a film adaptation of the eponymous collection of short stories written by Alvin Schwartz and iconically illustrated by Stephen Gammell.
- Environment Texas, an environmental advocacy group, delivered a petition with over 10,000 signatures to the Texas Capitol in late July calling for the ban of a bee-killing pesticide, neonicotinoids. Some Longhorns have been doing their part to help bees here on the Forty Acres.