The International Socialists Organization and Young Americans for Liberty have once again not initially been invited to take part in a Student Government debate.
This debate will be about the implementation of campus carry, while the previous debate was about general political issues.
On this week’s episode of The Daily Texan Newscast, we cover UT’s collaboration with NASA, studies from the World Health Organization and the International Agency for Research on Cancer and the weekend rains.
Students from the Cockrell School of Engineering and McCombs School of Business are celebrating the “classic rivalry” between both schools by showcasing their physical and mental muscles in a week of competition that began on Monday.
Standing by a lone beehive across the street from Speedway Garage, Michael Bettati, a mechanical engineering junior and hive manager for the BEEVO Beekeeping Society, grabbed the nearby beehive smoker, lighting a flame to create a thick smoke.
Four presidential campaign advisers discussed the state of the presidential election and the effects of digital media on the 2016 landscape with Texas Tribune editor-in-chief and CEO Evan Smith on Thursday.
Lisa Falkenberg, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for the Houston Chronicle, said she encountered many failures as a beginning reporter such as misattributing a quote while working for The Daily Texan, but she said she learned from her mistakes and encouraged aspiring journalists to do the same.
UTPD reported an increased prevalence of phone scammers who portray themselves as Internal Revenue Service agents collecting back taxes and other fees, according to an email UTPD sent to the University last week.