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Young Texans need jobs
August 29, 2012
If you’re worried about getting a job after graduation (and you should be), pick your major carefully.
The truth trumps top 14
June 10, 2012
I have one request of UT Law's new Dean and his administration: above all else, never lie to us.
Keep Roundup coverage well-rounded
March 26, 2012
UT already has a humor publication, but now apparently we have a Nancy Grace-style tabloid as well.
Undercutting the student voice
February 1, 2012
Future spring election question on tuition increases holds no significance, undermines student voice.
An UNTimely endeavor
January 30, 2012
The University of North Texas faces more delays at their satellite campus in founding a new law school.
Remember policy, not politics
September 15, 2011
When asked how the GOP planned to attract Latino voters, Santorum immediately turned the question into an opportunity to attack Perry.
Research isn't sole issue
July 28, 2011
If the Texas Coalition for Excellence really is more than the University administration’s pet watchdog, then it’s time to show some teeth.
Remembering the Fourth
July 4, 2011
Today, as millions of Americans are firing up the grill, waving flags and remembering our nation’s birthday, hundreds of politicos, pundits and one Rick Perry are gearing up for a crack at the White House.
Waste not, want not
June 26, 2011
While the UT community has rightfully rallied against a set of misguided proposals, that support should not be allowed to fester into the kind of protectionist mentality that assumes that the University is infallible.
Proceed with caution
June 6, 2011
While not directly “lowering the bar,” the new system creates a dangerous regulatory environment with the potential to degrade the quality of education offered by those institutions.
I hate everyone
May 5, 2011
And so, an entire generation of American college graduates are now sitting at stop lights, unable to comprehend what exactly is in front of them.
Reactions to Gene Powell's memo
May 3, 2011
"The cost bubble in higher education is about to burst and universities that do not reinvent themselves — and quickly — will be made irrelevant."
Hands off UT
May 3, 2011
If you’re going to play political games and fight ideological wars against the boogey-men of Ivory Tower academia, take it to some other part of the state.
April 26, 2011
There are massive inefficiencies and areas for cost-savings within Texas higher education.
Keeping classes offline
April 19, 2011
Online materials should be incorporated into a curriculum when such materials substantially improve the quality of the education offered by that curriculum.
When the tail wags the University
March 29, 2011
For a system designed to quantify our nation’s best and brightest, college rankings are pretty stupid.
UT in the cross-hairs
March 22, 2011
Establishing these custom-crafted metrics would do little besides facilitate an academic witch hunt so that policy decisions could be justified with manipulated or manufactured data.
Battered, not beaten
March 8, 2011
For those unfamiliar with Aggieland, the Corps of Cadets is the student military organization at Texas A&M most well-known for marching in step and brandishing swords at football games.
Students in the city
September 20, 2010
Ignore college rankings
September 9, 2010
Keep the streets free
September 1, 2010
On Wednesday, Student Government hosted a town hall meeting to discuss proposed parking meters in West Campus.
Don't bank on it
August 26, 2010
Freshmen, be wary the next time you find yourself way laid on the way to Pita Pit.
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