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Women in longhorn football are underrepresented
May 2, 2017
Columnist Nahila Bonfiglio argues that women in college football are unrepresented and not given the acknowledgement that they deserve.
CMHC provides necessary resources for LGBTQ students
April 9, 2017
Columnist Nahila Bonfiglio discusses the much-needed resources and programming that exist on the UT campus for LGBTQ students.
Republican attacks on LGBT protections threaten equality
March 19, 2017
Columnist Nahila Bonfiglio explains how Texas Republicans' recent attacks on protections for LGBT persons are unconstitutional.
Austin Congressmen owe their voters town halls
February 21, 2017
Columnist Nahila Bonfiglio discusses the importance of Texas lawmakers holding discussions and forums with their constituents.
Activists should not focus on most outlandish bills
February 7, 2017
Columnist Nahila Bonfiglio discusses why proposed extreme abortion laws deserve less attention and what activists should do instead.
New Bill Nye show combat scientific ignorance
January 19, 2017
Columnist Nahila Bonfiglio explains the significance of Bill Nye's new show.
President Obama’s legacy warrants our gratitude
November 30, 2016
Columnist Nahila Bonfiglio reflects on President Obama's achievements during his time in office and why he deserves our gratitude.
Journalists must rebuild the public's trust
November 16, 2016
Columnist Nahila Bonfiglio reflects on the public's emerging distrust of the media and why journalists must make amends.
In post-election America, stay politically engaged
November 9, 2016
Columnist Nahila Bonfiglio explains why Americans need to stay politically engaged even after the election season.
#NoDAPL reveals historic struggles of native people
November 3, 2016
Columnist Nahila Bonfiglio explains why Americans should stand with Standing Rock and how #NoDAPL highlights historic injustices endured by indigenous people.
Presidential nominees must support climate action
October 19, 2016
Columnist Nahila Bonfiglio urges voters to consider the consequences of climate change and choose the presidential candidate who will uphold the Paris Agreement.
Women should not be shamed for breastfeeding in public
October 13, 2016
Columnist Nahila Bonfiglio considers the needs and benefits of breastfeeding more important than the comfort of strangers.
At first debate, Trump's bravado lets him down
September 29, 2016
Columnist Nahila Bonfiglio analyzes Trumps loss at the first presidential debate.
Presidential candidates must move away from personal attacks
September 21, 2016
Columnist Nahila Bonfiglio urges U.S. presidential candidates to focus on concrete messages rather than meaningless attacks on their opponents.
Hate speech should not be protected under the First Amendment
August 30, 2016
Guest columnist Nahila Bonfiglio argues the U.S. needs to attempt to curb hate speech.
UT students and researchers collaborate to combat cancer
August 3, 2016
Young minds at UT are working on a project that could assist in the detection of several different types of cancer.
Survey reveals student mindframe regarding plagiarism
July 22, 2016
In a recent survey, RefME found that the majority of college students are concerned about plagiarizing other work and revealed the most common citation errors.
Clinton and Sanders unite to make college tuition affordable
July 22, 2016
Hillary Clinton announced she would provide free college to most Americans and a temporary moratorium on existing student loans.
Potential risks, dangers associated with Pokemon Go
July 21, 2016
Pokemon Go, the newest craze in phone games, carries with it several potential threats to users’ health.
UT-Arlington CAP program goes awry
June 23, 2016
Due to an issue with admissions, UT-Arlington was forced to rescind enrollment offers to more than 200 hopeful students.
Relationship happiness based on desirability, study shows
June 15, 2016
A recent study shows happiness in a relationship is dependent on how one’s partner compares to others in the dating pool.
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