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KIPP provides much needed support for marginalized students in the community
November 19, 2014
Guest columnist Rachel Huynh reflects on her experience mentoring a student at KIPP.
9/11 taught me a new definition of patriotism
September 10, 2014
Guest columnist Rachel Huynh reflects on her memories from September 11, 2001 as a second grader in a family of immigrants.
Limited access to tickets and venue's small size shut students out of Civil Rights Summit
April 9, 2014
Daily Texan columnist Rachel Huynh argues that the choice of such a low-capacity venue and limited access to what tickets were available made it difficult for UT students to participate in the Civil Rights Summit.
Start the habit early, give to the University as a student
March 25, 2014
Daily Texan columnist Rachel Huynh explains why students should donate to UT’s "40 for Forty" student donation drive starting on April 4.
Why Editorial Board was wrong on toilet paper legislation
February 25, 2014
Daily Texan columnist Rachel Huynh explains why the Editorial Board was wrong on two-ply bath tissue legislation.
Why McCombs students should support Millennium lab changes
January 26, 2014
Daily Texan Columnist Rachel Huynh defends the business school's controversial decison to close the beloved Millenium computer lab as a smart move for McCombs degree holders.
UT's trademark rules need adjusting
December 1, 2013
The UT tower, burnt orange and the signature longhorn outline are known to every student on campus — so why do trademark restrictions prevent the majority of student organizations from using them?
Now that it's open to all majors, McCombs' Career Expo is still a success
November 12, 2013
After much debate over whether to open the McCombs School of Business' career fair to all UT students, what actually happened when it did?
This Halloween, know what your costume could mean
October 29, 2013
While there is a difference between "sexy" and "sexualized" costumes, UT students should feel free to go as whomever (or whatever) they like as long as they understand the message it sends.
In shifting culture of business, women can have the advantage
October 17, 2013
Daily Texan Columnist Rachel Huyhn argues that as gender roles advance, women can have the advantage in the business world.
LGBTQ students need better housing options on the 40 acres
September 25, 2013
Though UT-Austin has "awesome" policies for LGBTQ students, such students still struggle to find suitable housing accommodations on the 40 acres.