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The Future for Graduate Students Looks Bleak
December 4, 2014
Is social media really ruining our generation?
November 14, 2014
Moving forward After Proposition 1
November 6, 2014
The Campaign that Didn't Want to Win
October 30, 2014
The Myth of Liberal Arts
October 16, 2014
Liberal arts are more than economics
October 9, 2014
Auto-centric mentality primary deterrent to public transportation initiatives
October 2, 2014
Higher education does not exclusively define humanity
September 26, 2014
Sidewalk, bike lane improvements necessary for multimodal transportation system
September 18, 2014
Transportation of the future
September 11, 2014
Plan II physics should be taken at earlier time
September 8, 2014
Associate Editor Amanda Haight says Plan II physics is a necessary course that should be taken earlier on in college.
MetroRapid proves not to be so rapid
September 3, 2014
What should have been a quick trip in to campus turned into a hot and sweaty 50-minute ordeal.
City should work services like Lyft, Uber into Austin's transportation system
August 6, 2014
According to columnist Amanda Haight, transportation networking companies like Lyft and Uber deserve a spot in the city's transportation system.
American servers shouldn't have to depend on tips
July 17, 2014
To improve the lot of servers, American restaurants should implement new pay structures to reduce their servers' reliance on tips, says columnist Amanda Haight.
Social mindset about public transportation needs to be changed before any reform
July 2, 2014
Before expending millions to reform public transportation, Travis County should consider how to find supporters of an urban rail in a car-centric society.
Seven years later, LBJ High School still not seeing benefits of split
June 10, 2014
Splitting LBJ High School into two independent schools hasn't helped both groups of students in the way it was supposed to.
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