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Mainstream media tends toward sensationalism, excessive coverage too often
November 8, 2015
Columnist Memo Hutson writes on the sensationalized reporting that meat is as carcinogenic as smoking cigarettes.
Sensitivity towards cultural appropriation has gone too far
October 29, 2015
Cultural appropriation is known as when people take themes and practices out of context from other cultures, without knowing the historical and social implications of them. Many find this offensive because they believe those “appropriating” do not have to deal with the difficult parts of being a member of that culture.
SB 11 will have high costs in fines for opposing professors
October 13, 2015
Columnist Memo Hutson highlights the exorbitant fines associated with dissenting professors' pledge to ban weapons from UT classrooms.
Synthetic marijuana endangers users, exploits legal loopholes
September 30, 2015
Columnist Memo Hutson argues that synthetic marijuana, an unregulated substance, poses a great risk to the health of its users.
Austin is losing what makes it weird
September 21, 2015
Columnist Memo Hutson believes the loss of classic locales will deeply damage Austin's cultural identity.
Comedy and satire should not be limited by growth of political correctness
September 11, 2015
Guest columnist William Hutson believes that champions of cultural sensitivity and political correctness should not determine what is appropriate for everyone else in comedy and satire, especially when the genre is meant to push boundaries.