• The Daily Texan Newscast: February 12, 2016


    On this week's episode of The Daily Texan Newscast, we look back at the New Hampshire primary and what's to come as well as presidential candidate's stances on affordable higher education. Learn about election code violations within Student Government, finding love at the laundromat, and whether Deadpool lives up to the hype. Tune in for an update on the state of UT Athletics and a review of DIIV's Is the Is Are

  • Daily Texan Newscast: January 29th, 2016

    On this week’s episode of The Daily Texan Newscast, we cover new research on cancer treatment, sending students to the Rio Olympics and a UT team in a SpaceX competition. The women’s basketball team celebrated 1,000 wins. Key differences between campus carry and open carry are explained. Learn about voter registration on campus before the February 1st deadline. Tune in for a review of Ty Segall’s new album Emotional Mugger and movies to look forward to this semester.

  • December 4, 2015

    On this week's episode of The Daily Texan Newscast, we cover the Austin Police Department’s implementation of body cameras, Peace Corps applications and the new Kin’s Coffee coming to campus. Get a sports update before the final football game of the season. Reporter Matthew Adams joins us to discuss the Fisher v. UT case before the Supreme Court hearings next week. Tune in for a roundup of the best albums of the year.

  • November 20, 2015

    On this week’s episode of The Daily Texan Newscast, we discuss the UT community’s response to the Paris attacks, campus carry updates and the University’s investigation of a confrontation between members of the Palestine Solidarity Committee, a professor and unidentified attendee at an Institute for Israel Studies event. Get an update on the state of UT Athletics and tune in for a special edition of the Daily Texan Backbeat: The Global Teen Heartthrob Showdown.  

  • November 13, 2015

    On this week’s episode of The Daily Texan Newscast, we cover Noodles and Company’s closure, solar-powered, phone-charging umbrellas coming to campus and renovations to Welch Hall. Reporters join us to discuss the Fight for $15 rally, the Million Student March, and the postponed Hall v. McRaven lawsuit. Stay updated on football, volleyball, and the men’s basketball team’s trip to China. Tune in for reviews of the new Ellie Goulding album Delirium and the new movie My All-American.

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