Jump to navigation
In the Pros
Movies & TV
Submitting an Op-ed/Letter
You are here
Ads destroy women's sense of self-respect
November 26, 2013
In her last column for the Texan, columnist Lauren Franklin takes up the problem of beautification ads aimed at young women.
Minority students deserve recasting in UT plays
November 10, 2013
What do the UT theatre department's racially-driven casting decisions say about how our society views race in general?
Unpaid internships offer few protections for participants
October 28, 2013
Unpaid internships offer little protection from sexual harrassment and no pay. So why do so many students take them?
What Miley means for Millennials
October 14, 2013
Miley Cyrus' actions may be divise, but Daily Texan columnist Lauren Franklin believes the pop start provides us with an interesting dialogue about choices made by Millenials.
Americans suffer from inadequate foreign language education
October 6, 2013
America is notorious for its small percentage of bilingual citizens, but why is that? And what effect does it have?
Social eating poses serious problems for college students
September 29, 2013
Because part of the obesity epidemic is tied to the social aspect of eating, educators and businesses must incentivize collective good nutrition choices.
Classroom bias can be a self-fulfilling prophecy
September 18, 2013
Although we often think we're being judged for our opinions, perhaps we're just projecting our own insecurities onto others.