Jump to navigation
Submitting an Op-ed/Letter
Other UT Sports
Food and Recipes
Movies & TV
Through the Lens
Hispanic Heritage Month
2016 Student Elections Explorer
SXSW 2016 Guide
National Signing Day 2016
Texas Football Attendance
Austin Music Road Trip
UT Then & Now
UT researchers study the possibilities of invisibility
You are here
Jeremiah “The Innocent” deserves more recognition
August 4, 2017
Columnist Audrey Larcher asks Austinites to examine the history of one famous mural.
New police initiative ignores the true nature and art of graffiti
July 7, 2017
Columnist Audrey Larcher advocates that we let graffiti exist in its natural habitat— Austin streets.
Arts funding must be protected from Trump
January 25, 2017
Guest Columnist Audrey Larcher defends arts funding.
Co-ops provide students with supportive, affordable housing alternatives
November 28, 2016
Columnist Audrey Larcher believe cooperative housing options teach students valuable lessons about adulthood.
Superdelegates oppose our political system's ideals
November 14, 2016
Columnist Audrey Larcher argues against the use of supergelegates in the Democratic party, as they undermine the voter's political power.
Male birth control study highlights gender inequality in the medical field
November 7, 2016
Columnist Audrey Larcher argues that the discontinuation of the male birth control study highlights the inherent sexism in medical testing.
Systemic change needed to properly accommodate student athletes
October 31, 2016
Columnist Audrey Larcher argues both universities and the NCAA must make changes to their systems for student athletes to be properly accommodated and educated.
Write-in votes promote democratic participation
October 24, 2016
Columnist Audrey Larcher argues write-in votes encourage democratic participation by giving the American people a voice, and allows those who may not agree with either of the major party's candidate to confidently cast a ballot.
Tinder proves viable dating option for college students
October 17, 2016
Columnist Audrey Larcher argues Tinder is more than just one night stands and hook ups, and can provide students with a favorable avenue of dating.
Wikileaks' politics undermine original goal
October 11, 2016
Columnist Audrey Larcher argues that the organizaiton WikiLeaks is undermining it's original goal of freedom of information by strategically attacking predential candidate Hillary Clinton.
ACL strays from original purpose, fails to properly include Austin artists
October 3, 2016
Columnist Audrey Larcher argues ACL has lost its community focus in recent years, despite this focus being vital to preserving and encouraging the Austin music scene.
Abbott's exclusion of refugees hurts Muslims
September 27, 2016
Columnist Audrey Larcher criticizes Gov. Greg Abbott's immigration policies, saying they hurt Muslims and refugees seeking asylum.
UT must combat West Campus gentrification to create a more inclusive space
September 19, 2016
Columnist Audrey Larcher argues UT must work with qualified professors to combat gentrification in West Campus.
Texans must reject Trump's isolationist policies
August 31, 2016
Guest columnist Audrey Larcher argues that Texans must reject isolationist policies that run counter to what benefits them.
Get Daily Texan News Alerts in your Inbox