• Student election results, Texas Student Media budget and APD jogger arrest

    In this week's podcast, Jacob Kerr, Amanda Voeller and guests Nicole Cobler and Julia Brouillette discuss the results from the student elections, including the Rady-Strickland campaign winning the Student Government executive alliance race. They also talk about last week's Texas Student Media board meeting and a recent incident in which APD arrested a jogger in West Campus for "failure to identify" and "failure to obey a pedestrian control device."

  • Update on student elections

    In this week's podcast, Jacob Kerr, Amanda Voeller and guest Bobby Blanchard discuss the Interfraternity Council's decision not to endorse any candidates in the student election races and the results of the Senate of College Councils election. They also discuss Bobby's recent in-depth story on connections between the executive alliance campaigns and student organizations on campus.

  • Chancellor Cigarroa's resignation, student elections and 'stealth dorms'

    In this week's podcast, Jacob Kerr, Amanda Voeller and guests Bobby Blanchard and Madlin Mekelburg discuss UT System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa's resignation and the upcoming student elections. They also talk about the Austin City Council's vote on stealth dorms.

  • Regents approve transparency recommendations and Shared Services update

    In this week's podcast, Jacob Kerr, Amanda Voeller and guest Madlin Mekelburg discuss a letter sent by UT System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa to the House Select Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations and recap the recent board of regents meeting. They also talk about recent news surrounding the implementation of the Shared Services Plan at UT.

  • Inclement weather, student leaders' tuition proposal, Texas Memorial Museum's future

    In this week's podcast, Jacob Kerr, Amanda Voeller and guests Julia Brouillette and Nicole Cobler talk about the University's handling of Tuesday's inclement weather. They also discuss a proposal submitted by three student leaders to the University and UT System to increase tuition for non-resident students and a petition to restore funding for the Texas Memorial Museum.

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