UT students to celebrate Black Panther premiere followed by Black Empowerment Week
Students are coming together to support the premiere of Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” movie, followed by a week dedicated to celebrating blackness and honoring Black History Month. Read this story
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- After nearly 10 months in office, President Donald Trump declared a 90–day “Public Health Emergency” to combat the opioid crisis. However, the emergency ended three weeks ago with some experts saying it did not do “a single thing.”
- When Former Vice President Joe Biden asked an audience of hundreds whose live had been affected by cancer, nearly every person raised their hand.
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- Forum editor Vik Shirvaikar introduces this week's contributions on student housing, written by candidates for Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Texan.
- Editor-in-Chief candidate Liza Anderson advocates for the University to help students find off-campus housing.
Latest in Sports
- Texas failed to complete the series sweep of Louisiana-Lafayette on Sunday afternoon at UFCU Disch-Falk Field, falling to the Ragin' Cajuns, 2-1.
- The Longhorns secured another opening series win, this time in walk-off fashion off the bat of Austin Todd.
Latest in Life & Arts
- Alumna Susan Gayle Todd is bringing the bedtime stories her husband told their children to life on stage. Written by Todd, “The Wazir of Oz” takes the classic narrative of “The Wizard of Oz,” and gives the production a Bollywood spin.
- The latest studio album, The Room Inside the World, from Canadian post punk/alternative rock band Ought takes a leap into new territory. However, despite talking classic elements from the past and present, Ought fails to stick the landing.