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Natalie San Luis
Natalie San Luis
Respect rap music, artists
April 10, 2013
The April 8 article "The 2012 cheating award for music goes to rap" can be characterized as an imposition of traditional morality at best and offensively insensitive at worst.
Refreshing bills about beer
April 2, 2013
Package of bills makes timely adjustments to laws that haven’t changed much since Prohibition.
The IFC endorsement endgame
March 8, 2013
On the last day of the 2013 Student Government elections, a screenshot image of an email circulated Facebook.
Service should be more than self-serving
February 20, 2013
In 2011, I was invited to join Orange Jackets, one of UT’s most prestigious women’s service organizations.
Scandalized but unscrutinized
February 13, 2013
Last Friday, after a hacker broke into the email account of former President George W. Bush’s sister Dorothy, correspondence belonging to the Bush family went viral — most notably, images of President Bush’s paintings of himself, disrobed and in the shower.
Texans deserve revision of drug policies
February 7, 2013
Revisions to both state and federal drug laws are long overdue. Hopefully Texas legislators will realize just what Texas law sacrifices in the name of a little bit of dope.
Gov. Perry, get your abortion facts straight
January 30, 2013
When legislation affects the health and well-being of half the population, the very least Gov. Perry can do is get his facts straight.
Aaron Swartz: a case for open access at UT
January 24, 2013
With growing opportunities to share research more openly, a shift toward open access seems inevitable.